(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Art Prices Current"

N8670,A7 



Digitized by tine Internet Arciiive 

in 2010 witii funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/artpricescurrent03lond 



Advertisements. 



Art Prices Curorkt. 



By Special Appointmfnt to 



Ris n?ajcstp the King and r>er IHajcstp fbc Queen, 
R.R.R. the prince of Wales and n.R.Fi. the princess of Wales. 



P.O. Telephone: 
No. 195 VICTORIA. 

Cable Addhess for the 

Colonies and U.S A : 

" REWOP." 




Works & Studios : 

RUSKIN HOUSE 

ROCHESTER ROW, 

WESTMINSTER, 



]E5tabli6beD IS54. 



W. M. POWER, 

Picture and Print Cleaner 



and Restorer, Picture Frame 

Specialist, Carver and Gilder, 

. Dealer and Expert. . 

Victoria Gallery, 

123, VICTORIA STREET, 
WESTMINSTER, S.W. 



Write for Brochure on the Preservation of 
Paintings, Post Free. 



AWARDED THE GRAND PRIX. Franco-British 

Exhibition, 1908, and placed " Hors Concours " 

(above competition), and Member of Jury, Brussels 

Exposition, 1910. 



Art Prices Currext. Advertisemeni-s. 



A LUXURY BECOMES A NECESSITY! 



Mr. Fores says: — "Concentrates the buyer's attention." 
Ackermann's say: — " Saved many damaged pictures. 

" Do not know what we did without it 
before." 
Hanfstaengl's say: — " Proved very satisfactory." 
Hyde Park Gallery: — "Where 30 pictures before, can now 

show 300." 
Fine Art Society: — "Oh, yes! lam pleased." — Mr. Daw- 
burn, Director. 
" I Hke the screen, for it puts on show 
Drawings that could not be exhibited 
before." — Mr. Perkins. 
"It's a fine idea; people stop and are 
interested." — Mr. ARMSTRONG. 
Combridge, Dublin: — " Been very useful ; made extra sales." 

anvaNTflrpc iWarpless! Great Capacity! Reasonable Cost ! 

of the '- '^^^^ °^ Erection and Manipulation ! 

QrRPP'Rr I Lasting Qualities and Fine Appearance ! 

ouKiiiiin. J i^ggps ,he Main Gallery Free! 



THE MULTI-SCREEN CO., 
161, High Holborn, London, W. 



A. LIONEL ISAACS, 

59, Piccadilly, London, W. 



French Illustrated Books of 
the XVIIIth & XlXth Centuries. 



Collections Purchased. 



Telephone : Mayfair, 4435. 



Tt 



A -7-? 



/ • 



AnvERTISE^[E^■TS, 



Art PrTCKS rUKRKNT. 



ESTABLISHED 1851. 



(GEO. T. NEWLING, 



Manufacturers, Carvers & Gilders, Fine Art Agents k Packers, 

2, I>ERCY ST., LONDON, W. 

Sped alite —Old English Swept Frames. 




Gilding, Framing, Decorating, &c. Antique Gilding a Specialite. 
Frames of every description for Water Color Drawings. 

Dealers and Trade supplied. Write for Estimates, Private Galleries hung 
and kept in order by workmen used to handling Obiets D'Art of great value. 



Art Pricks Current. 


Advertisemekts. 


Aft Prices Current. 

Vol. I. (1907-8) and Vol 11. (1908-9) 


are still on sale at 1 0/6 net, 1 1 /- post free. 


The Verdict 


of the Press, 


standard. 


Athenaeum. 


"There is little doubt that 


" ' Art Prices Current ' is the 


' Art Prices Current ' will take 


handiest record of its kmd, and 


its place as a standard work of 


withm Its limits, yet published." 


reference. " 






Studio. 




" Extremely useful to the 


Pall Mall Gazette. 


collector." 


" That well-known source of 




information on the market and 


Manchester Guardian. 


progress on connoisseurship, the 


" This IS by far the most 


' Fine Art Trade Journal," has 


useful publication of the kind that 


entered on a publication, which. 


has yet appeared, and it may be 


being more than a mere offshoot 


hoped that the publisher's inten- 


or supplement, is sure to be 


tion to continue it year by year 


useful and welcome to collectors." 


will be carried out." 




Globe. 


Scotsman. 






" Will be welcomed by 


" Must be of great interest 


most connoisseurs." 


and value to artists, collectors 




and dealers." 


Picture and Art Trade 




(Chicago). 


Westminster Gazette. 


"Should prove invaluable to 




art . dealers and coUertors who 


" There is no doubt as to its 


wish to keep in touch with the 


value for purposes of reference." 


current prices of pictures." 


Offices of THE FINE / 


iRT TRADE JOURNAL: 


Maxwell House, 


Arundel Street, 


LONDOi 


IM, W-C. 



AnVERTISEMENTS. ART PRICES CURRENT. 

ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Volume IV., 1910-11. 



IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. 

Enlarged Scope. 

At the request of numerous subscribers we have 
decided to extend the scope of the fourth and future 
volumes by including the ivhole of the fine art prices at 
the sale rooms of Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson and 
Hodge, and Messrs. Puttick and Simpson. 

The Index will be further improved b}- giving a 
list of subjects under the name of each artist or engraver. 

These changes will largely increase the size of the 
volume, and its cost of production, and we shall be 
obliged, therefore, to raise its price to One Guine&. 
We are assured that the volume in its enlarged and 
improved form will be more than doubled in value. As 
the result of the arrangements we have made. Vol. IV. 
will appeal" in October, 1911. 

Monthly Issue. 

The record of prices in all three sale-rooms — 
Christie's, Sotheby's, and Puttick <S: Simpson's — can 
now be obtained ironthlv from December to September 
at a charge of 7/6 post free, payable in advance. 
Subscribers for the monthly issue purchasing 
the annual volume with Index will be credited 
with 3/6 as an allowance off the purchase 
price. As the number of the monthly issue will 
be limited an earl}' application, accompanied by a 
remittance of 7/6, should be made. 

For One Guinea 

Paid in advance the monthlv issue will be forwarded 
post free, and the annual volume as soon as published. 

Offices of "The Fine Art Trade Journal," 

Maxwell House, Arundel Street, 



Art Prices Currext. 



Advertise MR Mrs. 



GUSXAV LAUSER. 

LARGE COLLECTION OF 

Genuine Old Engravings 

OF THE 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL 

ON \!EW AT 

25, Garrick Street Govent Garden, W.G. 



Sporting, Naval, Military and Historical Subjects. 
Mezzotints, Coloured and Fancy Prints. &c. 

CATALOGUES ISSUED. 



0&-D ENGRAVINGS RURCHA5ED. 



Portfolios, Print 

Stands, 
Cabinets, &c., 

For Engravings and 
Drawings, made in all 
sizes, styles and prices, 
in walnut, oak, ma- 
hogany, &c., for the 

Picture Gallery, 

Studio, or Drawing 

Room. 




Slade Bros. & Lacey, 

210, Gt, Portland Street, k 69, Bolsover Street, London, W, 



TELEI^HONE 463, MA^FAIR. 



Adverttsements. Art Prtces Current. 



THE 

NETHERLANDS 
GALLERY. ^ ^ 

Pictures by Dutch and Flemish 
Masters ; also by those of the 
Early English School. 

lla, KING STREET, 

ST. JAMES' SQUARE, S.W. 

Telephone: 244 MAYFAIR. (Two doors from Christie's.) 



THE RESTORING OT - - - 

Old Colour-Prints, Drawings & Pictures. 

The FAGE Process of Cleaning and 

Restoring is known the World over. 

LGtt&rs of testimony from all parts can be seen. 



Water-Colour Drawings, Prints, Miniatures and Oil Paint- 
ings, no matter how hopeless their condition, restored with 
absolute fidelity. The Finest Mounter of Drawings and 
Prints in the Trade. Manufacturer of Hand-Made Mounts. 



Estimates given to Galleries, Museums 
and Collectors. Distance no object. 

STUDIOS AND MANUFACTORY; 

133, Hornsey Road, 
LONDON, N. 



GEO. FAGE, 



Art PrICFS CuRREN-r. ADVERTtSEMENTTS. 



FRANK T. SABIN, 

FINE AND RARE ENGRAVINGS, 

PICTURES, MINIATURES, 

DRAWINGS, BOOKS, AUTOGRAPHS, &c. 

172, New Bond Street, 

LONDON, W. (Only address.) 
Telegrams: "Sabinus." ^ Telephone: 5547, Mayfair. 



Original Etchings 

BY 

D. Y CAMERON, A.R.S.A., R.W.S. WILLIAM WALKER 

ZORN EUGENE BEJOT. R.E. 

WILLIAM HOLE, R.S.A.. R.E. E. M. SYNGE. A.R.E. 

ANDREW F. AFFLECK N. SPARKS. R.E. 

And others, always on View at 

James Connell & Sons, 

47, Old Bond St., London, W. 

And at 31, Renricld Street, GLASGOW. 



AKT PRICES CURRENT 

1909-10 



A RECORD OF SALE PRICES AT 
CHRISTIE'S DURING THE SEASON 

WITH AN 

INDEX TO ARTISTS' AND ENGRAVERS' 

NAMES, AND AN ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF ANONYMOUS PICTURES, DRAWINGS 

AND ENGRAVINGS. 



VOLUME III. 



LONDON : 

OFFICES OF THE FINE ART TRADE JOURNAL, 
MAXWELL HOUSE. ARUNDEL STREET. 
STRAND, W.C. 



Art Prices Current. Advertisemk-xis 



TTo Collectors & Owners of pictures^ 

Telegrams : 'nS^ Telephone : 

" Oalerada, London." No. U17 May/air. 

If you wish to 

BUY PICTURES SELL PICTURES 

(Old or Modem). (Old or Modern). 

Or to have 

PICTURES RESTORED. VALUED. IDENTIFIED. 
:: Bought at Sales. Bought at Exhibitions. Warehoused, :: 
:: PICTURES OR MINIATURES COPIED ; :: 
Or any Advice on Pictures, pay a visit to. or write to, 
E. TREVELYAN TURNER, op Sir Wm. BRUCE, Bart., J.P., 

The Carlton Galleries, Pall Mall Place, London. 




W i». V»IL»T AC*1 C©LL£CT>Oif«. 



CONXBNTTS. 



Preface to Vol. No. III. 
List of Sales 

Index : — 
Pictures 
Drawings 
Engravings :— 

Artists 
Engravers 



PAGE 
XV 



421—454 
457—472 

475— 4S7 
491—523 



Art Prices Current. Advertisements. 



An Indispensable Reference Book. 

In five volumes, 4to, 21s. net each ; or in half-morocco. 31s. 6cl. each. 

BRYAN'S DICTIONARY of PAINTERS 

- - - AND ENGRAVERS. - - - 

A New Edition, Revised and Enlarged under the 

Supervision of GEORGE C. WILLIAMSON, Litt.D., 

assisted by a large StaH of Specialists. 

With 500 Illustrations, including 40 Photogravure Plates. 

The present edition contains upwards of 1.400 new biographies, and nearly 
6,000 corrections have been made in articles which have been allowed to stand. 
In addition to this, 250 lives have been partly re-written. 

" The text bears evidence of careful revision on every page ; and the value 
of the book to the general reader is very greatly increased by a fine series of repro- 
ductions after masterpieces in all countries. In short, Dr. Williamson has done 
his work with intelligence and with thoroughness. Certainly no one interested 
in the Fine Arts can afford to be without this comprehensive and indispensable 
dictionary." — Pall Mall Gazette. 

" The five volumes will no doubt take rank amongst the standard publica- 
tions of the twentieth century.' — Studio. 

TDtflrite tor ITUustrateD progpcctus. 
London: G. BELL & SONS, Ltd.. Portugal St., W.G. 



A. W. WILDE & CO. 

A Large Selection of 

Water Colours, by Modern and Early English 
Artists. 

Engravings, Old and Modern, always on view. 
Speciality: Water Colours by Baragwanath King. 



THE MOUNT STREET GALLERIES, 

89, MOUNT STREET, 

GROSVENOR SQUARE, LONDON, W. 



Advertisements. Art Prices Current. 



A Magnificent Art Book with 56 Photogravure Plates and 
Frontispiece on Japan paper in Colours. 

THE LIFE OF 

GEORGE MORLAND 

(1763-1804) 

By George Dawe, R.A. 

With an Introduction and Notes by J. J. FOSTER. 

Sumptuously Illustrated by Full-page Plates reproduced by the finest 

7nethod of Photo^iavure, from examples in the National and Private 

Galleries, and a Frontispiece in Colours on Japan paper. 

Cloth extra, gilt top, head bands, etc. Size ISj by 10. 

Published at £3 3s. net. 

We are enabled, by a special arrangement with the publisher, 
to offer this splendid record of Morland's work at 

£2 2s. 



The subjects included in this edition are fifty-six in number, 
and comprise "The Angler's Repast" and "Dancing Dogs" ; 
such illustrations of child life as the "Playing at Soldiers," 
"The Kite Entangled," "Birds Nesting," "Nutting," and 
" The Angry Farmer "; several of his subject pictures, of which 
" Lcetitia " and " The Recruit " series are examples : Stable and 
Rural scenes, such as "The Reckoning," "The Postboy's 
Return," " The Benevolent Sportsman," "The Turnpike Gate," 
"Gipsies," and the "Farmer's Stable " ; and a selection of the 
Coast and Fishing scenes. 

Collectors will appreciate the carefully prepared Appendices 
which show the prices obtained for the original paintings, and of 
mezzotint and other engravings from them, for many years past. 
Another most useful table for reference is an alphabetical list of 
plates after Morland with names of engravers, sizes, etc. 

Note our price. Two Guineas, obtainable only by 
ordering direct, with remittance, from 

The Art Trade Press, Ltd,, 

I Maxwell House, Arundel Street 

strand, London, W.C, 



Aht Prices Current. Advertisements 

Hanfstaengl, 

Fine Art Reproducer and Publisher, 

16, Pall Mall East, S.W. 

Important for purposes 
of Identification. 

A LL the important Pictures in nearly all of 
THE PUBLIC GALLERIES and many 
PRIVATE COLLECTIONS OF EUROPE 
have been reproduced by Hanfstaengl. 

. Published ia Uniform Series at i/- and 6/- each — 
over 9,000 subjects. 

■"■■ Hanfstaengl i^"ii"™ 

THE Reference House of every School of Art. 

Catalogue of Old Masters ... Price Two Shillings. 
Catalogue of Modern Art ... Price Half-a-Crown. 

i™™^™ Hanfstaengl "^"^ 

undertakes the entire production of Illustrated 

Catalogues of Private Picture Collections, 

including photographing, plate making, 

block making, &c. 

Photogravure & Half-tone Block Maker & Printer to the Trade. 



Preface to Volume III. 

In the amount of information it contains, the third volume of 
Art Prices Current shows a considerable advance upon its two 
predecessors. In last year's issue the number of entries in the 
Index was about 20,000 ; in this volume it exceeds 30,000. The 
increase, in the main, is due to the much larger number of 
engravings offered for sale during the year at Christie's, one 
collection — the Theobald — alone occupying nine days in its 
disposal. 

Art Prices Current can be said to have increased in value 
from year to year. With the issue for 1910-11 — as fully explained 
in another part of this volume (see page v) — we shall greatly 
extend its scope by adding a complete record of prices obtained 
for engravings, etc, at the rooms of Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson 
and Hodge, and Messrs. Puttick and Simpson. 

The public interested in Art, together with the Press, have 
shown so far the warmest appreciation of Art Prices Current. 
With the great development in its scope just indicated, we 
confidently anticipate that of future volumes their appreciation 
will be correspondingly augmented. 



Art Prices Current. Advertisements. 

il. nugei g r. UIIBMIUVIZ, 99 Boulevard Raspail, PARIS. 

By Subscription. 

Critical and Descriptive Dictionary 

®t ipaintcrs, Wcsigncts, iSngtavets, 

Sculptors, of all times anO countries. 

By a number of French and Foreign Specialists, under the 

direction of E. BENEZIT . 

Two large volumes, octavo, each containing more than 1 ,000 pages with numerous 
illustrations aher the Masters. Paper covers, 60 francs ; bound, 5 francs per 
volume extra. Payable 10 francs on subscribing, and the balance in two equal 
instalments on delivery of the volumes. 

if the amount of matter renders it necessary, a third volume will be provided 
without extra charge to Subscribers. 

On the publication of the second volume the price will be raised to 80 francs, 
and if (as is probable) there is a third volume the price will be 1 00 francs unbound. 

TO ARTISTS, COLLECTORS AND ART DEALERS. 

Everybody possessing paintings, drawings, engravings, or sculpture will find it 
advantageous to purchase this Dictionary. They will find m U the most complete 
information respecting all artists, living or dead, as much from the biographical 
point of view as from that of their works, and the monetary value these possess 
according to the results of public auctions in all the great art centres. 

NO SUCH BOOK OF REFERENCE AS THIS AT 
PRESENT EXISTS. 

Artistic productions represent in value many millions of pounds, and, apart from 
a few rare examples, the value of such treasures is but little known. Many persons, 
without doubt, possess works of art which they will find, on consulting the 
Dictionary, possess considerable value. Quite recently two engravings by 
Rembrandt reached the price of 80,000 francs each. 

In the Benezit Dictionary it will be found that the most varied information is 
given in methodical order such as could not otherwise be obtained without long and 
difficult research. It will include a large amount of information hitherto un- 
published, it will contain more than 20 millions of letters representing the value 
of more than 50 ordinary volumes at 3 francs, 50 centimes each. In these two 
volumes will be found double the matter contained in the most complete works of 
this kind. 

It will contain notably : — 

1 . A biography of each artist. 

2. A list of his works in all the galleries, museums and other public 

buildings of the world. 

3. A list of his works in all the great collections of the world. 

4. A list of his works which appeared in the art exhibitions of different 

countries. 

5. The prices obtained for his works at public sales. 

6. A dictionary of the monograms and marks of particular collection*, 

the signatures of the principal artists, etc. 

VOLUMES 1. and II. WILL BE PUBLISHED IN 1911. 



LIST OF SALES. 

PAGB 

November 27 and 30, 1909. 

Collection of Mrs. Hartmann, White Lodge, Rich- 
mond ... ... ... ... ... ... ... I, 6 

Property of the late .Sir William Sawyer 8 

Property of the late Alfred Burger, Esq., 51, Margaret 

Street, Regent Street, W 9, 46 

December 4, igog. 

Collection of the late John Dickinson, Esq., late of 

Park House, Sunderland 12 

December 6, igog. 

Property of the late Leicester Hibbert, Esq., late of 
Misbourne House, Calverley Park Gardens, Tun- 
bridge Wells ... ... ... iS 

Property of the late J. B. Greenwood, Esq., "Norton," 

Alexandra Road, Southport ... ... ... ... 21 

December 11, igog. 

Collection of the late Earl of Sheffield ... ... ... 2^ 

December 13 and 14, igog. 

Property of the late Percy Arden, Esq., A7, The 

Albany, Piccad'l'y ... ... ... ... ... 29,34 

January 31, igio. 

Remaining Works of the late Edward John Gregory, 

R.A., P.R.L, 8, Greville Place, Maida Vale, N.W. 58 

February 5, igio. 

Property of the late Sir J. A. Jacobv, 34, Eaton Place, 

S.W " 62, 77 

Property of the late Miss Agnew Laing, 23, Craven 

Hill, Bayswater. W 66 



LIST OF SALES. 



February 7, igio. page 

Collection of Theatrical Portraits of the late Mrs. C. 

Wylie, 151, Church Street, Chelsea, S.W. ... 68 

February 8, igio. 

Collection of J. E. Fordham, Esq., Melbourn Bury, 

Royston (also April 9) 75, 196 

Property of the late Merton A. Thorns, Esq., 4, St. 

George's Square, S.W. ... ... 76 

February 12, igio. 

Property of the late J. H. Nettlefold, Esq., Observa- 
tory House, Campden Hill, W 80 

February ig, igio. 

Collection of the late J. S. W. S. Erie Drax. Esq., 

Olantigh Towers, Wye, Kent 85, 90 

February 26, igio. 

Properly of the late Mrs. A. Y. Hayles, 27, Cambridge 

Road, Hove, Brighton 96 

Property of the Trustees of the late Sir A. D. Bate- 
man .Scott and Lady Bateman Scott, Great Barr 
Hall, Birmingham 97 

Property of Arthur Robert Hood, Esq., The Greys, 

Eas'tbourne ... ... ... ... ... ... gi^ 

Property of Capt. C. F. \\'eston-Underwood, Grendon 

Underwood, Ajdesbury, Bucks ... ... ... loo 

March 5, igio. 

Property of the late E. Levita, Esq., 27, Ennismore 

Gardens, S.W., & 6, Brunswick Square, Brighton loS 

Property of the Right Hon. the Countess Bathurst... 109 

Property of the Trustees of the late James Paton, 

Esq., Edinburgh ... ... ... ... ... 111 

Property of the late W. S. Partridge, Esq., Lynn 

Court, Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells ... in 



LIST OF SALES. 



March 7, 1910. page 

Property of the late Miss Catherine Vincent, 27, St. 

Mary's Mansions, Padclington, W. ... ... 114 

Property of the late H. Simpson, Esq., Hanley ... 118 

March 8, 19 10. 

Japanese Colour Prints of the best period, forming 
part of the Collection of H. A. Ritchie, Esq., 
Catteshall Manor, Godalming, Surrey ... ... 120 

March 9, 1910. 

Property of the late Stephen T. Gooden, Esq., 107, 

Tulse Hill, S.W 128 

March 12, 14, and 15, 1910. 

Collection of Sir Walter Gilbey, Bart., Cambridge 

House, Regent's Park 133, 139, 145 

March 19, 1910. 

Portion of the Stock of Messrs. Wallis and Son, The 

French Gallery, Pall Mall, S.W 151 

March 21, 1910. 
Works by the late William Callow, R.W.S 156 

April 4, 1910. 

Property of the late Robert Hannah, Esq., 82, Addison 

Road, W. ... ... 172 

April 7 and 8, 1910. 

Collection of the late Montague J. Guest, Esq., 
A5, The Albany, Piccadilly, W., and 14, Bruns- 
wick Square, Brighton 177, 187 

April 12 and 13, 1910. 

Collection of Etchings and Engravings formed by 

H. S. Theobald, Esq., First portion ... 202, 208 

Secotid portion (April 2$, et seq.) 230, 27b 



LIST OF SALES. 



April i6, igio. page 

Property of the late George Frederick (Fenton) Smith, 

Esq., Cromwell Lodge, Putney Hill, S.W. ... 214 

April 18, .igio. 

Property of John Grossman, Esq., ALD., 331, Wands- 
worth Road, S.W 219 

Property of the late William Shoosmith, Esq., South- 
ampton ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 221 

Property of the late Mrs. Bostock, 47, Sheep Street, 

Northampton ... ... ... ... ... ... 222 

April 23, igio. 

Property of the late J. Vavasseur, Esq., G.B., Black- 
heath and Kilverstone Hall, Thetford ... ... 224 

Property of Mrs. Woodward, Glancathara, Glarence 

Park South, Weston-super-Mare 226 

Property of John Ba^'lay, Esq., 14, Kidbrook Grove, 

Blackheath 227 

April 30, igio. 

Property of John Maddocks, Esq., Heath Royal, 

Putney Heath 277 

May 6, igio. 
Collection of the late Octavius E. Coope, Esq., 

Rochetts, near Brentwood, Essex ... ... ... 281 

Property of Mrs. Hautenville Cope and Miss Thoyts... 285 

May 9, igio. 

Property of the late Isaac Falcke, Esq., 104, Gower 

Street, W.C 287 

Property of Robert Walters, Esq., Ware Priory, Herts. 291 

May 12, 1910. 

Property of the late James Keyden, Esq., i, Clare- 

mont Terrace, Glasgow 296 



LIST OF SALES. 



May 23, igio. page 

Property of R. Forbes Carpenter, Esq., 106, Green- 
croft Gardens, West Hampstead, N.W 29S 

Property of C. Mylne Barker, Esq., late 65, West- 
bourne Terrace, VV. ..-. 301 

May 24, igio. 

Portion of the Stock of Messrs. Frost and Reed, 

8, Clare Street, Bristol 303 

May 25, 1910. 

Property of Dr. J. S. Joule, 12, Westbourne Terrace 

Road, W. 309 

May 27 AND 30, igio. 

Property of the late Abel Buckley, Esq., Rvecroft 

Hall, Audenshaw 316,322 

May 27, igio. 

Property of the late T. H. Ismay, Esq., Dawpool, 

Cheshire ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 319 

Property of the late William Linnell, Esq., 40, Elm 

Park Gardens, S.W 319 

Property of the late Sir W. Q. Orchardson, R.A. ... 319 

Property of the late Mrs. John Fielden 320 

June 3, igio. 

Property of the late E. Erskine Scott, Esq. ... ... 326 

Property of the late Andrew Maxwell, Esq., 8, St. 

James' Terrace, Hillhead, Glasgow 327 

Property of P. M. Inglis, Esq., 23, Park Circus, 

Glasgow 328 

Property of the late R. W. Rankine, Esq., Cunnoqu- 

hie, Fife; and 4, Ainslie Place, Edinburgh ... 328 

June 6, igio. 

Property of the late Mr. Alfred Whitman, of the Print 

Room, British Museum 331 



LIST OF SALES. 



PAGE 

Property of the late H. H. Glutton, Esq., 2, Portland 

Place, W 33, 

Property of the late T. W. Waller, Esq., 10, West- 

bourne Street, W. (also June 10) 332, 337 

June 13, 1910. 

Property of the late Mrs. Frank Crowther, Beau- 

monds, Rochdale 342 

Property of the late T. S. Eade, Esq., 62, Cavend'sh 

Road, Brondesbury, N.W 346 

June 14, 1910. 
Property of Herbert Raphael, Esq., M.P 349 

June 17, 1910. 

Collection of the late Sir Frederick Thorpe Mappin, 

Thornbury, Sheffield 354 

Property of the late Rev. Charles J. Steward, The 

Cedars, Anglesea Road, Ipswich (and July 75) 357, 396 

Collection of the Right Hon. Lord Armstrong, Crag- 
side, Rothbury, Northumberland ... ... ... 363 

June 30, 1910. 

Collection of the late Alexander Young, Esq., i, Aber- 
deen Terrace, Blackheath 367.378 

July 8, 1910. 

Property of G. E. Cririe Clayton, Esq., Penarwel, 

Llanbedrog, North Wales 383 

Property of the Right Hon. the Earl of Perth, Strath- 

allan Castle 383 

Property of Sholto Montgomery Cay, Esq 383 

Property of the Right Hon. the Earl of Morton, 

Dalmahoy 385 

July 12, igio. 

Property of the late Daniel Meinertzhagen, Esq., 

Brockwood Park, and 26, Rutland Gate, S.W. ... 386 



LIST OF SALES. 



July 15, igio. page 

Property of the late Frank Hurst, Esq., 18, Cadogan 

Place, S.VV 392 

Property of the late William Imrie, Esq., Holme- 
stead, Moseley Hill, Liverpool ... ... ... 396 

Property of the late William Beacall, Esq., Shrewsbury 396 
Property of the late J. Moxon, Esq., 3, Kilgraston 

Road, Edinburgh 397 

From the Collection of the late C. E. Vertue, Esq 399 

Property of Mrs. W. H. Millais 410 

Property of Monsieur Alphonse Simkens ... ... 413 



Art Prices Current. ADVERTiSEMf:NTi\ 

TpREDK. HOLLYER'S Collection of 
Platinotype Reproductions may be 
seen daily at his Studios, 9, Pembroke 
Square, Kensington, London, W. The 
Collection includes : — the Parthenon 
Marbles, Drawings by Holbein, Selections 
FROM THE Florentine, Hague, Dublin, and 
National Galleries. The Bridgewater and 
Benson Collections. The Paintings and 
Pencil Studies of Sir E. Burne-Jones. The 
Pictures and Portraits of G. F. Watts, R.A. 
The Works of Turner, Rossetti, Harry 
Bates and others. Illustrated Catalogue 
One Shilling. The Photographing of 
Paintings is also undertaken, and is 
done personally by F. T. HOLLYER. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 27, 1909. The following were the property of 
Mrs. Hartmann, removed from WTiite Lodge, Richmond ; and 
were sold by order of the trustee in bankruptcy. 

modern: pictures. 

1 Achard, J., " River Scene," loj x 16 (Obach), £2 123. 6d. 

2 Heulant, A., " A Love Scene," i,q x 22} (Lister), £^ 3s. 

3 Jongkind, J. B. (i856t, " Harbour Scene," ijl x 2ii (D. L. Isaacs), 

£$2 los. 

4 Noter, P. F. De, " Winter Landscape," gj x 13 (Buttrey), j^3 3s. 

5 Plassan, A. E., " The Miniature," 8x6 (Sampson), ^11 iis. 

6 Wetherbee, G. F. {18S3), " The Faggot-Galherer," igi x ii\ (Lister;, 

OLD PICTURES. 

7 "The Triumph of Amphitrite"; and the companion, a pair, 35 x 55 

(Sackville Gallery), £2 2s. 

8 Arentz, A., " River Scene," 11 x 14 (Leger), £q igs. 6d. 

q Braubrun, " Portrait of Marie Th^r^se," 29J x 22^ (Wagner), ^,"14 14s. 

10 B-ilcn \'-M\ and Breughel, " Landscape, with the Madonna and Child," on 

copper; and " Horses," a pair (CoUings), £12 12s. 

11 Baroccio, " The Holy Family and the Infant St. John," 26 x 2a 

(Agnew), £^2 los. 

12 Borgognone, " Cavalry Skirmishes," a pair, 15 x 25 (Bertram), ;^4 4s. 

13 Boucher School, " Shepherds and Shepherdesses," a pair, 22| x 2.S (A. S. 

Collings), £■/ 17s. 6d. 

14 Conegliano, " The Madonna," ig x 15 (Bohler), ;£'iio 5s. 

15 Craddock, " Hawks," 23! x 30 (Bertram), £-j ys. 

16 Cuyp, A., " Cocks Fighting," 33J x 46 (Lister), £in 14s. 

17 Early English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," oval, 27 x 21 (Mrs. 

Wheeler), £2 2S. 

18 French .School, " Portrait of a Lady," 47 x 38 (Parsons), ;£^I2 12s. 

19 French School, " Portrait of a Lady," 52 x 38 (Cohen), £g gs. 

30 French School, " A Lady as ' Diana ' "; and " ."V Lady, in red cloak," 
oval (Parsons), £12 12s. 

21 Fyt, J., " Dead Partridges," 14 x 18 (Lewis and Simmons), ;£!^44 2S. 

22 Greuze, " Head of a Girl," 6| x 6 (D. L. Isaacs), ;^26 5s. 

23 Grief, A.., " A Fox "; and " Dead Game," a pair, 13^ x 16 (Money), £2 

I2S. 6d. 

24 Holbein School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress and cap, 

holding a watch; and " Portrait of a Lady," in black dress and 
white cap, holding her gloves, a pair, 24J x 18 (.Agnew), ;^io5. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



25 Italian School, " A Cavalry Engagement," near some buildings; and 

" A Landscape," with market figures, a pair, 38J x 56 (Wheeler), 
£•5 5S- 

26 Italian School, " The Holy Family," 20 x 18J (Dowdeswells), £8^. 

27 Italian School, " Cupids Sporting," 38 x 52 (CoUings), £n 3s. 6d. 
a8 Janssens, " Portrait of a Lady," 28 s 23^ (Scarborough), ;^I5 15s. 

29 Kneller. Sir G., " Portrait of the Duke of Marlborough," 49 x 40 

(Shepherd), ;^5S 16s. 

30 Kneller, " Portrait of Lady Fanshaw," 35^ x 28 (Mrs. Wheeler), ;^9 9s. 

31 Kneller, Sir G. (after), " Portrait of the Duchess of Marlborough," oval, 

29 X 24-J- (D. L. Isaacs), £22 2s. 

33 Lambert, G. (1739), " Dunton Hall, Lincolnshire, the Seat of Sigismund 

Trafford, Esq.," 33 x 525 (Agnew), £efi i6s. 
_33 Lely, Sir P. (after), " James Butler, First Duke of Ormonde, K.G.," 
49 X 39 (Mrs. Wheeler), ;^i2 12s. 

34 Lely, Sir P. (after), " Anne Hyde," oval, 30 s 25 (Mrs. Wheeler), jCs 5S- 

35 Lely, Sir P. (after), "George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham "; and " The 

Comtesse de Gra-nniont " (Parsons), -£8 i8s. 6d. 

36 Maes, N., " Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown robe; " Portrait of a 

Lady," in white dress, a pair, 21^ x 18^ (Leger), ^73 los. 

37 Meulen, Van der, " .^n Encampment Outside a Town," 27 x 44 (Wheeler), 

;^8 8s. 

38 Mignard, P., " Portrait of a Lady," 46 x 35 (Leggatt), £^6 4s. 

39 Riley, J. (after), " King James II.," 48 x 39 (Mrs. Wheeler), £6 i6s. 6d. 

40 Rosa, S., " A Cavalry Engagement," 27J x 38 (Wheeler), ;^3 3s. 

41 Saftleven, H., " Valley Scene," loj x 14I (Collings), £4 4S- 

42 Stry, J. Van, " Cattle in a Pasture," 16 x 2i| (.A. S. Collings), £^ 4s. 

43 Tivoli, R. Di, " Birds in a Landscape," 13J x 23 (Christie), £2 ^3^- ^^ 

44 Vernet, J., " A Rocky Coast," 26 x 37J- (A. S. Collings), ;^s ss. 

45 Wissing, W. (after), " Queen Mary," 48 x 37 (Mrs. Wheeler), £11 iis. 

46 Wyck, " A Hunting Party Halting by a Fountain," 28 x 31J (A. S. 

Collings), £^ 14s. 6d. 

Different properties. 

Pastels. 

47 Cotes, F., R.A., " Portrait of Lady Xorthington, 

;£^I0 los. 

48 Cotes, F , R..'\., " Portrait of Mrs. Mary 

(Dotson), ;^2i. 

49 Cotes, F , R.A., " Portrait of Rhoda, Lady 

(Dotson), £8 8s. 

PICTURES. 

yi Ommergani-k, B. P. (1782), " Cattla. Goat ;.'nJ .SI fep, in a Landsjape," 
II X 14I (Collings), j^is 153- 

51 Dutch School, " Landscape," 11} x 15^ (Cohen), ;^I7 17s. 

52 Pether, " River Scenes "; " Moonlight," a pair (Wake), £1 iis. 6d. 

53 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 16 x 13 (Leger), £6 i6s. 6d. 

54 English School, " Two Children," 31 in., circular (Speelman), £y 7s. 

55 Teniers, " Peasants outside a Cottage," 18J x 24! (Buck), ;£'i9 19s. 

56 Paul, J., " The Custom-Housc and Ouny on thf Thnmcs," 24! :; 29J 

(Saunders), ;£'io los. 

57 Paul, " Fleet Street and Temple Bar," 29 x 38 (Muggins), ;£!o 10s. 

58 Paul. " A Church, with buildings and figures," 24 x 29 (Cox), £5 155. 6d. 



1," 23 X 


17 ( Dot;on). 


Charleton,' 


' 23i ^ 17 


Huband," 


23 K 17^ 



November 27, 1909. 



59 Paul, " Charles I. Statue and Northumberland House," 30 x 39 (Huggins), 

£jo 10s. 

60 Mans, F. H., " A Church on a River." i6§ x 12^ (Cohen), £j 3s. 

61 Artois. " Woody Landscape," 60J x 80 (Cleaver;, ;£^27 6s. 

62 Zuccarelli, " Roman Ruins," a pair, 27 x 37 (Mrs. Wheeler), jCj 7s. 

63 Rosa, S., " Hilly River Scene," 30 x 44 (Cleaver), £5 5s. 

64 Haydon, B. R., " A Nun at her Devotion," 29 s 24J (Moore), ;^i iis. 6d. 
6s Trovon, " A Cow in a Landscape," iSs x 12 (Eyles), .£2 12s. 6d. 

66 Vincent, G., " Landscape," 20j x 31 (Bower), ;^i6 i6s. 

67 Heem, J. D. De, " Fruit and Still Life," 13 x 21 (Gooden and Fox), ;£J42. 

68 Kneller, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 23 x 19J (Shepherd), j£r6 i6s. 6d. 

69 Wissing, " Portrait of Mrs. Lawson " (Seth Smith), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

70 Zuccarelli, " River Scene," 22 x 45 (Cohen), £g 19s. 6d. 

71 Rosa, " Rocky Coast Scene," with soldiers; and "A Cavalry Engagement " 

(Payne), £7 ys. 

72 Dyck, Van, School, "Portrait of the Countess of Northumberland," 30 x 25 

(Wylde), £8 .gs. 

73 Italian School, " A Venetian Lady," 25 x 30 (Glen), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

74 Mans, F. H., " River Scene," 22J x 30 (Collings), £^ 4s. 

75 Early English School, " Lady Francis Pembroke as a Girl," unframed, 

44 X 33 (Moore), ;^i iis. 6d. 

76 Ruysdael, " Landscape," loj by 12J (Cohen), £^2. 

77 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), " The Strawberry-Girl," 26 x igj 

(withdrawn). 

78 Dutch School, " Portrait of the Duchess of Richmond," 40 x 33J (Cubitt), 

£9 9S- 
yg Ostade, " Frozen River Scene," 14 x 20 (Cohen), ^721. 

80 Dutch School, " Winter Scene," 17 x 22 (A. S. Collings), £2 13s. 6d. 

81 Dutch School, " Woody Landscape," i8j x 22 (A. S. Collings), £^ 15s. 6d. 

82 Weyden, R. Van Der, "The Descent from the Cross," 26in. circular 

(Cohen), ^8 18s. 6d. 

83 Marieschi, " View in Venice," iSJ x 29^ (Grant), £1^ 13s. 

84 Williams, E., " A Mill at Yately, Surrey," 23I x igJ- (Lister), £S 8s. 

85 Dutch School, " Landscape," 16 x 14 (Wood), .£6 i6s. 6d. 

86 Champagne, " Portrait of a Cardinal," 29 x 23^ (Band), £s 5s. 

87 Hanncman, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 30 x 23 (Bohler), :£'i4 14s. 

88 Pater, " A Fete Chanipetre," Si x n (Clen), £i:i 14s. 

89 Opie, J., R.A., " Portrait of John Burgess," 30 x 25 (Price), £^ 14s. 6d. 

90 Molenaer, J. M., " .\n Interior," 18 x 23^ (Streletskie), .£19 igs. 

91 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," 23I x 20J (Sargent), 

£3 >3S- 6d 

92 Reynolds, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 21 x 18J (Smythe), ;^5 155. 6d. 

93 Early English School, " Portrait of J. Jordan, Esq.," 29 x 24 (Collings). 

£S iSs. 6d. 

94 Early English School, " Portrait of Dr. Burke," 29 x 24 (Thomas), 

£3 i3^- 6d. 

95 Roninc-y. G., " Portrait of a Lady," 26 x 2ii t,Forth), £2^ 4s. 
q6 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24 (Wood), £g gs. 
97 Rubens School, " .\ Boar Hunt," 14J x 26 (Thorne), .^^3 3s. 

g8 Raeburn, " Portrait of Miss Fraser," 23 x 19 (Amor), £:$ I5S- 
99 Gainsborough, " Lady Sheffield," 23J x 17^ (Agnew), £65 2s. 
100 Early English School, " Portrait of the Hon. Mrs. Leighton," oval toj 
X 9i (Agnew), £50 8s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



lOJ Reynolds, " Portrait of William Henry Chauncy, Esq.,'^ oval, 30 x 25 
(Bates), £1^ 14s. 

102 Bergen, " Figures and Animals in a Landscape," 45 x 38 (Ewen), £36 153. 

103 Heyden, J. Van Der, "River Scene," 13 x 9 (Christie), £2^; 4s. 

104 West, B., P.R.A., " The Death of King Lear," 43^ x 58 (Neiss), £j2 12s. 

105 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in blue dress; and " Portrait 

of a Gentleman," holding a paper — a pair, 245 x 29J (Parsons), £$ 8s. 
10b HecU, A. B. Van Den, " Pontius Pilate," 28J x 23 (Wagner), ;^33 us. 

107 Morland, " News of the Battle," 35! x 29^ (Bates), ;^i6 i6s. 

108 Italian School, " The Madonna and Child, with Saints," 43 x 6t (Samuel), 

;^iS 15s. 

109 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," 29 x 24J (Wise), ;^33 12s. 
no Ravensteyn, "Portrait of a Gentleman," 28^ x 22 (Smith), ^5 55. 

111 Chalon, J. B., " Horses in a Paddock," 26i x 33! (Dole), £4 14s. 6d. 

112 Seymour, J., " Flying Childers," with a trainer and groom, 36-i x 50 

(Eule), ^18 i8s. 

113 Guardi, " Venice," I4i x 24J (Leger), £j ys. 

114 Canaletto, .\., " Views in Rome," a pair, 19 x 35 (Rodd), £\6 i6s. 

115 Canaletto, A., " View in Rome," 37J by 58-i (withdrawn). 

116 Fabris, C, " View at Naples " and " \ Castle on the Italian Coast," a 

pair, 40 X 61 (withdrawn). 

117 Weenix, J. B., " Dead Game and Implements of the Chase," 38^ x 30 

(withdrawn). 

118 Dyck, Van (after), " Charles I. on Horseback," 26 x 22 (withdrawn). 

119 Romney, " Portrait of a Lady," 23I x igi (Ingate), ^£'78 155. 

120 French School, " A Lady Sc-itfd " in a landscape, 28 x 21-J (Holmes), 

£-5 Ss- 

121 Netscher, " Portrait of a Lady," 26J x 22 (George), ;£ii iis. 

122 Rubens, " Venus and Cupid," 445 x 19 (Streletskie), £6 los. 

123 Italian School, " Venus " and " Diana," a pair, 41 x 34 (Eldridge), £^ 53. 

124 Early English School, " Portrait of iMiss Lacon," 29 x 24 (Yates), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

125 Cuyp, " Landscape," 13 x 17 (Thorne), £^ 4s. 

126 Early English School, " A Child in a Landscape," unfranied, 28 x ai^ 

(Thorne), £i 13s. 6d. 

127 Neefs, P., " An Interior of a Church," 12J x isJ (Grose), £1 i^s. 
J28 Rubens, " Christ bearing the Cross," 23^ x 17J (withdrawn). 

129 Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of Sir Isaac Newton," 49 x 40 (Leggalt), ;^so 8s. 

130 Molenaer, " Frozen River Scene," iij x gj- (Cohen), £7 los. 

131 Rubens, " Portrait of a Gentleman," 23 x igj (Shepherd), ^i6 i6s. 

132 Reynolds, " Portrait of the Artist," 29 x 24 (Lacey), £25 4s. 

133 Sanders, G., " Portraits of Alexander Hope, Esq., and a Lady of the Hope 

Family," a pair, 34 x 27^ (Leighton), £$ 53. 

134 Staveren, J. Van, "A Hermit at Prayer in a Cell," 21 x 16 (Parsons), 

£25 4S- 

The property of a sjcntleman. 

PICTURliS. 
13s Breughel, "f.,andscape, with the Temptation of Christ," and " Woody 

Landscape," with figures (Leger), £icf 19s. 
13G Cabel, Van Dcr, "The Israelites Leaving Egypt," 35 x 45 (Leger), £& 8s. 
137 Cabel, Van Dm-, " Landscape," with figures, and " Head of a Boy " 

(Buck). £n 14s. 6d 



November 27, igog. 5 

138 Campidoglio, ' Fruit," 36 x 44 (Maynard), £4 4s. 

139 Crome, " Woody Landscape," 26 x 32 (Huggins), £g 9s. 

140 Dutch School, "Mountainous River Scene," 19 x 27 (St. David), :^i8 i8s 

141 Falens, Van, " Horsemen Halting " and " Herdsman nnd Animals ' 

(Buck), £2 12s. 6d. 

142 Goyen, Van, " A Waterinill," i^\ x 24 (Parsons), £8 8s. 

143 Neer, A. Van Der, ''River Scene," i8i x 24 (.Agnew), .^£357. 

144 Poelenburgh, C, " The Entrance of a Cavern," 9 x 12J (Cohen), £2 2S. 

145 Poussin, " Landscape," with a castle and figures, and " The Daughter 

of Jephthah " (Parsons), £7 7s. 

146 Ruysch, R., " Grapes, Apples, and other Fruits," 18J x 27^ (Buck), 

£ij 19s. 6d. 

147 Vaga, P. Del, " Susannah and the Elders," 50 x 66 (Veitcb), £^.^ 2s. 

148 Vcrendael, Van, " Flowers in a Basket," J3J- x iS| (Parsons), £y 17s. 6d 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 30, 1909. The following were the property of 
Mrs. Hartmann, removed from White Lodge, Richmond Park, 
and were sold by order of the Trustee in Bankruptcy. 

1 " George III. and Family," after J. Zoffany, by R. Earlom; and " Of Such 

is the Kingdom of God," after Rev. W. Peters, by W. Dickinson, 
proof before letters; and "Nymphs and Cupids," a pencil drawing 
(Gunn), £t, 15s. 

2 " Prince William Frederick," after Sir W. Beechey, by T. Hardy; 

" H.R.H. Mary Duchess of Gloucester," after the same, by W. Say; 
" Queen Charlotte, with Cupid and statue of Concordia "; and a 
portrait of George III. (Mrs. Hill), ;^3. 

3 " Miss Farren," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Shurey, in colours; " Qvieen 

Charlotte," by Frye; and two others (Parsons), jQ-^ 15s. 

4 " Stella " and " Vanessa," after Sir J. E. Millais, by T. L. Atkinson, a 

pair, artist's proofs (Ogilvie), £1 55. 

5 " Rorke's Drift," after De Neuville, by Flameng, artist's proof; and the 

companion (Harland), £i 2S. 

6 " Huntsmen Taking Hounds to Cover," after Rosa Bonheur, by C. G. 

Lewis; " Scotch Cattle "; and "A Stampede," after the same, artist's 
proofs (Lefevre), £,\o 15s. 

7 " The Horse Fair," after the same by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Lefevre), 

^"19 19s. 

8 " Mrs. Abington, as ' Miss Prue,' " after Sir J. Reynolds, by R. B. 

Parkes; " Mile. Desmares," after Santerre, by Norman Hirst; and two 
others (Mrs. Hill), £2 53. 

9 " Mrs. Payne Gallwey," after Sir J. Reynolds, by Zobel ; and " Lad; 

Waldegrave and Child," after and by the same, artist's proofs (Gooden 
and Fox), £■},. 

10 " Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, as ' Collina,' " after and by the same; and 

" Little Swansdown," after Storev, by the same, artist's proofs (Mrs. 
Hill), £1 ss. 

11 " Mrs. Tickell," after G. Romney, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Agnew), 

£-i I OS. 

12 " Head of Lady Hamilton " (circle), after the same, by H. T. Greenhead, 

artist's proof (Graves & Co.), £y los. 

13 " The Duchess of Devonshire," after Gainsborough, by T. G. Appleton, 

artist's proof, £(> los. 

14 " Le Baiser Envoy^," after Greuze, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(Leggatt), £2 2s. 

15 " Ptarmigan Hill," after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £z- 

16 " Chevy," after and by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £^ 53. 

17 " Vauxhall," after Rowlandson, by R. Pollard, aquatinted by F. Jukes 

(Ellis and Smith), £^ 10s. 

18 " Views of Windsor," after R. Cooper, by S. Aiken, a pair; and " Si rolling 

Players," by T. O. Barlow, artist's proof (Amor), £s 5s. 

19 " Views: Kent," after Woollett, by P. C. Canot (3); and " Hampton 

Court," after Highmore, by J. Finney (3) (Hill), £i 5s. 



November 30, 1909. j 

20 " Views: Kensington Palace," after Highmore, by J. Finney (3); " Foots- 

Cray Place "; and " Coombank, near Sevenoaks," by and after W. 
Woollett (2) (Mrs. Hill), £z. 

21 "Views: The Gardens at Oatlands Park," after Pillement, by Elliott (2); 

" Coalbrookdale," by F. Vivares; and " Hagley Park," by the same 
(Mrs. Hill), £1 5s. 

22 " Views: West VV'ycomb," after W. Hannan, by W. Woollett (3); " Earl 

of Westmoreland Villa," by J. S. Mason; " Mer de Glace, Chamouny," 
after Pars, by Woollett (Mrs. Hill), £2 53. 

23 " L'Angelus," after J. F. Millet, by Ch. Waltner, artist's proof; and 

" Le Labor," after the same, by F. Braquemond, remarque proof 
(Gooden and Fox), £^. 

24 " The Gleaners," after the same, by Damman, artist's proof (Gooden and 

Fox), £i 153. 

25 " Portrait of a Man," after Rembrandt, by Ch. Waltner, artist's proof 

(Gooden and Fox), £<). 

26 " A Lady with a Fan," after Rubens, by the same, artist's proof 

(Barnard), £\ 2S. 

27 " The Children of Charles I.," after Van Dyck, by A. Mathey, remarque 

proof (Obach), ;^i. 
2S " La Berg^re," after J. F. Millet, by Damman, artist's proof; " La Mare," 
after Th. Rousseau, by L. Kratk^; and another, by C. Koepping, 
remarque proof (Yeulett), £-^. 

29 " The Seasons," after N. Lancret, by Audran, Scotin, Tardieu, and Lebas, 

a set o( four (Parsons), £%. 

30 & 31 " Seconde Suite D'Estampes pour servir 4 I'histoire des Moeurs et du 

Costume t-n France," after Moreau, a set of twelve plates, with the 
titles; and " Troisi^me Suite," after the same, a set of twelve platea, 
with the titles (Sabin), £(>% ss. 

32 " Le Couch(5 de la Marine," after Baudouin, by Moreau and Simonet; and 

" Le Lever," after the same, by Massard (Sabin), £\'i 13s. 

33 " La Toilette," after the same, by N. Ponce; " Le Jardinier Galant," 

after the same, by Helnian; and " Le Danger du t6te-4-t6te," by 
Simonet (F. Daniell), £i,fi 4s. 

34 " La Surprise "; and " La Matinee," after Freudeberg, second state; and 

one other (Parsons), £2 12s. 6d. 

35 " Les Nymphes Scrupuleuses," after Lavreince, proof before any letters 

(Jacobson), £■}, 12s. 

AFTER SIR J. REYNOLDS. 

36 " Lady Charlotte Fitzwilliam," by J. McArdell; and " Countess of Essex," 

by the same (Ellis and Smith), £2. los. 

37 " Bell, Countess of Sefton," by J. Watson; and " Prince William of 

Gloucester," by C. Watson, second state (Breun), £2. 

38 " Mrs. Huddesford, by H. Meyer, proof before any letters (Rimell), £\ iss. 

39 " Mrs. Mordaunt," by J. R. Smith, first state; and a print state of the 

same (Sabin), £\ 2s. 

40 " Lady Cockburn and Children," stipple, by C. Wilkin, second state 

(F. Daniell), £(> 6s. 

41 " Viscountess Beauchamp," stipple, by W. Nutter, first state (Colnaghi & 

Co.), £\i, 14s. 

42 " Mrs. Morris," by J. R. Smith, first state (Sabin), £2^ 5s. 

43 " The Hon. Mrs. Stanhope," by the same (Ellis and Smith), £\% i8s. 



ART PRICES CLaRENT. 



BY S. COUSINS, R.A. 

44 " Yes "•; and " Yes or No," after Sir J. E. Millais (Burke), £z 153. 

45 " Saved," after Sir E. Landseer; and " New Laid Eggs," after Sir J. 

E. Millais, artist's proofs (Vicars), ;^3. 

46 " Countess Spencer and Lord Althorp," after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's 

proof (Mayer), jQa, 15s. 

47 " Lady Caroline Montague," after the same, artist's proof (Colnaghi & 

Co.). .6^2 5s. 

48 " Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, as ' Sylvia,' " after the same, artist's proof 

(Vicars), ;^4 ss. 

49 Another, of the same, artist's proof (Mrs. Hill), ;^s. 

50 " Lavinia, Countess Spencer," after the same, artist's proof (Hill), j^Jij. 

51 Another, of the san-.e, artist's proof (M. Mayer), £,\2. los. 

52 " Lavinia, i_-ountess Spencer " (in cap), after the same, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £,■}, los. 

53 Another, of the same, artist's proof (Max Meyer), jQ\ 5s. 

54 " Miss Bowles," after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), jQxo ids. 

55 Another, of the same, artist's proof (Vicars), £,\\. 

56 " Simplicity," after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), ,^12. 

57 " The Age of Innocence," after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), ^13. 

58 " The Hon. Anne Bingham," after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), ;^io. 

59 Another, of the same, artist's proof (Mrs. Hill), ;^14 los. 

60 " The Strawberry Girl," after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), £8 los. 

61 " Mrs. Braddyll," after the same, second state, before the title (Vicars), 

62 " Miss Julia Peel," after Sir T. Lawrence, second state (Gooden and 

Fox). £(>%. 

63 Another impression, in the same state (Vicars), £,^\. 

64 " Lady Julia Peel," after the same, second stale (Colnaghi and Co.), 

;£S4 '2S. 

65 " Miss Croker," after the same, second st.nfe (Vicars), ;i^53 us. 

66 " The Countess of Blessington," after the same, first published state 

(Vicars), £-x,l '6s. 

67 " Miss Macdonald," after the same, proof before any letters (Baird- 

Carter), ^^24 3s. 

68 " Master Lambton," after the same, second state (Colnaghi & Co.!, 

The following were the property of the late Sir William 
Sawyer. 

69 " The Minuet," by ChampoUion; " The Bath," by P. Rajon ; and another, 

artist'<: proofs (Rutley), £■}, 3s. 

70 " The Evening Hymn," after G. Mason, by C. Waltner, remarque proof; 

and " The Gleaners," after Millet, by Damman, artist's proof, £1 2S. 

71 " The Vagrants," after F. Walker, by C. U'altner; and two others 

(Ogilvie), £-i. 

72 " The Blue Boy," after Gainsborough, by the same, remarque proof; and 

" Portrait of a Man," after Rembrandt, by the same, artist's proof, 
(Ogilvie), £\^ 17s. 

73 " Rembrandt's Mill," alter Rembrandt, by B. Dcbaincs, remarque proof 

(Obach), ;£4 14s. 6d. 
ja, " Limburg on the Lahn "; and " An Old Hanse Town," etchings by A. 
H. Haig (Rutley), £\2 12s. 



November 30, 1909. 



75 " Greenwich," first state, etching by Sir F. Seymour Haden (Agnew), 

76 " Mrs. Arbuthnot," after Hoppncr, by T. G. Appleton, artist's proof; and 

one other (Mayer), £2 los. 

77 " Duchess of Devonshire," after Sir J. Reynolds, by Cousins, artist's 

proof (Colnaghi and Co.), ;£ri6 i6s. 

78 "The Valley Farm'"; "The Cornfield," after J. Constable, by B. 

Debaines, artist's proofs (Gooden and Fox), j^g 9s. 

79 " Chill October," after Sir J. E. Millnis, by the sarr.e, artist's proof 

(Gooden and Fox), ;^I3 13s. 

80 " The Flower-Girl," after Zoffany, by J. Young, etched letter proof 

(Jacobson), ;£2i is. 6d. 

81 " The Watercress-Girl," after and by the same (Parsons), ;^s 15s. 6d. 

The following were the property of the late Alfred Burger, 
Esq., of 51, Margaret Street, Regent Street, W., and of 
Madame Burger. 

HNGRAVINGS OF THE EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

82 "Lady Townshcnd and son," after A. Kauffman, by T. Clieesman 

(C. Davis), £6. 

83 "The Birth of Shakespeare," after the same, by Bartolozzi ; "Summer," 
• by the same; and " The Hon. Mrs. Damcr," by Schiavonetti (C. Davis), 

£2 I2s. 6d. 

Unf rained. 

84 " The Alehouse Door "; and " The .Alehouse Kitchen," alter G. .Morland, 

by R. S. Syer, a pair (Lauser), £6 los. 

85 "Louisa," after the same, by T. Gaugain: and "Children Relieving a 

Beggar-Hoy," after Beechey, by C. Wilkin (C. Davis), ^'s 15s. 6d. 

86 "A Girl Asleep"; and "\ Girl Taking Tea," after P. Mercier, by 

Mc.Ardell, proof before letters; and two others (Rimell), £4 14s. 6d. 

87 Engravings after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. \V. Reynolds (small plates) (37); 

and " Master Hope," after Sir T. Lawrence, by -S. Cousins (C. Davis), 
;^S 'Ss- 6d. 

88 " Sophia," after Rev. \V. Peters, by J. Hogg; " The Gleaners "; and 

companion, after Bunbury, by C. Knight (C. Davis), .^Tio los. 

89 "The Shepherdess," after A. Kaufiman. by F. Bartolozzi; "A Girl 

Seated " in a landscape, after Wheatley, printed in colours; and ihreo 
others (Jacobson), ^^^ii iis. 

90 " La Noce de Village," after Taunay, printed in colours (C. Davis), 

;^i5 15s- 

91 " Oh Che .Sciagura," after Sicardi ; " La Confidence "; and companion, 

after Bounieu, by Jubier and Marin; and another, printed in colours 
(Smith), ;^2i. 
93 " A. Adair, Esq.," after Edridge, by H. Meyer; and " Lord Nelson," after 
Abbot, by J. Heath, printed in colours (F. Daniell), ;^I3 13s. 

93 " Child with a Dog," after Hamilton; and another, after S. Medley, by 

P. \V. Tomkins. printed in colours (C. Davis), £4 14s. 6d. 

94 " The Elopement of .Anna," after G. Morland, by J. Dean, finely printed 

in colours (Ellis and Smith), ;^3 13s. 6d. 



lo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Other properties. 

Unf rained . 

95 " The Duke of Wellington," after Lawrence, by Cousins, proof (Mayer), 

i6s. 

96 " Nature " (." The Calmady Children "), after and by the same (Ogilvie), 

i8s. 

97 " Lady Harriet Clive," after and by the same (Wells), £1 los 

98 " Miss Penelope Boothby," after Reynolds, by Cousins, engraver's proof 

(Mayer), 10s. 

99 " Princess Sophia Matilda," after and by the same, artist's proof (Mayer), 

los. 

100 " Zeyra," after Lord Leighton, by Cousins, artist's proof; and " Miss 

Rich," after Hogarth (Mayer), £1 2S. 

101 "Comedy"; and "Tragedy," after Sant, by Cousins, proofs before 

letters (Moore), 8s. 

102 " The Ladies Waldegrave," after Sir J. Reynolds, by V. Green, second 

state (Byrne), £i&g- 

Framed. 

103 "The Duchess of Rutland," after G. Sanders, by Cousins; and "The 

Duke of Rutland," after Oakley, by W. Say (Vicars), £^. 

104 " The Strawberry-Girl," after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson, second 

state (Barnes), jQ-^ 5s. 

105 " Lady Caroline Howard," after the same, by V. Green (Swartz), ^^3 15s. 

106 " Mrs. Carnac," after the same, by J. R. Smith (Swartz), £&. 

107 " Lady Hamilton, as ' Nature,' " after G. Romney, by J. R. Smith 

(Woods), £() I OS. 

108 " Miss Jacobs," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Spilsbury (Boyd), ;^it. 

109 " Mr. Philip Yorke," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi; and " Lord 

Henry and Lady Charlotte Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Jones, 
stipple (Gray), £/^ 14s. 6d. 
no " Mrs. Jordan, as ' The Country Girl,' " after G. Romney, by J. Ogborne. 
with an autograph of the actress; and another (Mace), £& 8s. 

111 " Lady Rushout and Daughter," after A. Kaufiman, by T. Burke (W. 

Sabin), ^24 13s. 6d. 

112 " Saint Cecilia," after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson, first state, wide 

margin (Gray), £^ 4s. 

113 " Lady Hamilton, as ' The Spinster,' " after G. Romney, by T. 

Cheesman (Mace), £ii 18s. 

114 " Simplicity," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, in colours (W. 

.S.-ibin), £2^ 2S. 

115 " Countess Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, printed in 

colours (Colnaghi and Co.), £iz^ S''- 

116 " Mrs. Chambers and Child," after Westall, by T. Cheesman, in colours 

(W. Sabin), £7,2 iis. 

117 " Mrs. Sheridan and Child," after Hoppner, by T. Nugent, proof before 

any letters (Breun), £f,. 

118 " Mrs. Arbuthnot," after Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds (Ellis and Smith), 

£136 los. 

119 " Dulce Domum "; and " Black Monday," after Bigg, by J. Jones a pair 

(Agnew), ;^24 3s. 

120 " Diligence and Dissipation," after Northcotc, by Gaugain and Heliyer, 

a set of ten plates (Schlesinger), £e, 5s. 



November 30, 1909. 



121 " Coaching and Hunting Scenes," after Aiken, aquatints, in colours 

(Barber), £2 2s. 

122 " Dancing Dogs," after G. Morland, by T. Gaugain, in colours (Lacejr), 

£1 us. 6d. 

123 " The Cottagers," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, printed in 

colours (Parker), £2^ 4s. 

124 " Preparing for Market "; " Going to Market "; " At Market "; and 

" Returned from Market," after F. Wheatley, by W. Annis, a set of 
four, printed in colours (Davis), £;^i los. 

125 " Boys Skating "; and " Boys Bathing," after G. Morland, by E. Scott, 

printed in colours (F. Sabin), £2^ 4s. 

126 "The Discovery"; and "The Love-Sick Maid," after Opie, by J. and 

W. Ward, a pair, printed in colours (Todd), £;i. 

127 " The Warrener," after G. Morland, by VV. Ward, printed in colours 

(Hichens), £52 los. 

128 "The Cottager's Wealth," after the same, by G. Keating; and "The 

Thatcher," after the same, by W. Ward, printed in colours (Rimell), 

;^35 14s- 

129 " Shooting Subjects," after Aiken, a set of four, printed in colours (Ellis 

and Smith), £^ ss. 

130 " The Fairings "; and companion, after Wheatley, by J. Eginton, a pair, 

printed in colours (Sabin), ;^S2 los. 

131 " Serena," after G. Romney, by J. Jones, printed in colours (Barnard), 

£1 IS. 

132 " The Fortune-Teller," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. K. Sherwin (Davis), 

£1 I2S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December 4, 1909. The collection of modern pictures ot 
the British and Continental Schools of John Dickinson, Esq., 
deceased, late of Park House, Sunderland. 

MODERN PICTURES. 
BRITISH SCHOOL, 

1 British School, " View on the Seine in Paris " and " View near 

Edinburgh " (C. Joseph), £^ los. 

2 Ansdell, R., R.A., " The Dead Stag," 23J x 29^ (Dickinson), £t6 16s. 

3 Anthony, Mark H., " The Road to the Farm," 27 x 35 (Sampson;, 

;^S 15s. 6d. 
H Balnier, G., " On the Tees " and *' A Rocky Coast " (C. Joseph I, 
£3 3S- 

5 Beavis, R. (1883), " The Tenth Hussars Keeping the Fords on the 

Esia," (The Campaign of Sir John Moore, 1808), 33^ x 49, Royal 
Academy, 1883 (Dobree), £gS 14s. 

6 Beavis, R. (1882), " The Retreat to Corunna," The Campaign of Sir 

John Moore, 1809, 33J x 49, Royal Academy, 1883 (Dobree), £Bg 5$. 

7 Beavis, R. (1874), " Moss Troopers Crossing a Ford with Stolen Cattle," 

29 X 43^, (Dobree), ;£,'52 los. 

8 Beavis, R. (1880), " Carting Seaweed, Coast of Normandy," 27 x 35J 

(Dobree), iTSi 18s. 

9 Beavis, R., " Cattle on Barry Links, Mouth of the Tay," gj x ii/j 

(Donegan), £10 10s. 

10 Boddington, E., " A Road," with cottages, peasants and animals, iii 

X isi (Mullen), £S i8s. 6d. 
lOA Boddington, E., "A Woody Road," with figures, ii\ x 15I (Kraft). 

£s Ss- 

11 Boddington, H. J., " View on the Thames near Wargrave," 15 x 23 

(Jayson), £g 9s. 

12 Boddington, H. J., " River Scene," gl x 15J (Kraft), £6 6s. 

13 Brett, J., A.R.A. (1879), " Skrinkle " and " Senelly," a pair, 7 x 14 

(Jayson), ;^2j. 

14 Bright, H., " Moorland Landscape," 23J x 42 (Jayson), ;^32 us. 

15 Carmichael, J. VV. (1849), " Cape Rocca," with shipping, 12J x 19 

(Evans), ;Cis 15s. 

16 Chambers, G., " Hulks in Iho Midway," 17?^ n 25!. (Ev.ans), ^^17 17s. 

17 Cole, George (1865), " Cattle and Peasants on the Bank of a River," 

23J X 37 (Shepherd), ;^30 9s. 

18 Cole, George, " Rocky Landscape," with shepherds and sheep, 16J x 

24J (Evans), £}i us. 

19 Cole, Vicat, R.A. (1853), " The South Downs," 235 x 37J (Jayson), 

£t3(> 'OS. 

20 Cole, Vicat, R.A., " View on the Moselle," 19 x 29 (Jayson), ;^26 55. 
2> Constable, " Forest Scene " and " A Landscape," with two figures 

(Tata), ;^i4 i^s. 



December 4, 1909. 13 



22 Cooper, T. S., R.A. (1875), " A Group of Seven Cows by the Edge of 

a Stream," 29^ x 45 (Jayson), ^£'144 i8s. 

23 Cooper, T. S., R.A. (1853), " Four Sheep on a Hillside," iij x iij 

(Mullen), ;^33 T2s. 

24 Cox, D. (1850), " Crossing the Moor," loj x 15 (Jayson), £3^ i8s. 

25 Creswick, T., R.A. (1846), " Pandy Mill, North Wales," 49I x 39^ 

(Dobree), £71 8s. 

26 Creswick, "Solitude" and "A Lake Scene: Sunset" (H. Harris), 

;£^10 IDS. 

27 Croine, " A Village on a River," igj x 23I (Ogilvie), £S 8s. 

28 Crosby, \V., " The Maiden's Dream " and " The Mother's Treasure," 

a pair, 17J x 13J (Delmar), ;6^i2 12s. 

29 Dicksoe, Herbert, " Delilah," 7J x sJ (Krati), ;£J3 3s. 

30 Dixon, A. (1879), " Three Generations," 30 x 24I (Jayson), ;^ii iis. 

31 OiNon, .\., " I Drink la your Good Heallh," 32 x iS (Yeulett), £$ 5s. 

32 Duflield, \\'. (1862), " Dead Game and Still Life," 2O5 x 31^ (Jnyson), 

;^I4 MS- 

33 Eastlake, Sir C. L., P.R.A., " View near Rome," 26 x 35 (Newman), 

£13 13s- 

34 Gainsborough, " Gossip at the Watering-place " and " A Rocky Land- 

scape," by F. Lee Bridell (Yeulett), £1^ 13s. 

35 Gallon, R. (1SS2), " Welsh Landscape," 23'5- x 39J (Ogilvie), £g 9s. 

36 Gallon, R. (1882), " Richmond, Yorkshire," 23I x 39 (Mullen), £S 8s. 

37 Gallon, R. (1883), " Deepdale, near Barnard Castle," 23 x 39 (Jayson), 

;{Jii OS. 6d. 

38 Gallon, R. (1884), " On a Welsh River," 23^ x 39 (Evans), £j2 12s. 

39 Garland, H. (1878), " West Highland Cattle," 19^ x 29J (Cremetti), ;£^2i. 

40 Garland, H., " A Highland Drove, Argyllshire," igj x 29J (Cremetti), 

£2-1 y. 

41 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A. (1875), " The Crusaders," 28 x 47, Royal 

.Academy, 1876 (Tata), ;£riis los. 

42 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A. (1S81), "The Raiders," 35 x 47 (Mitchell), £iSq. 

43 Gilbert, Sir J.. R.A. (1879), " The King's Banner," 27^ x 36 (Mitchell), 

£149 2S. 

44 Gilbert, Sir J., R..A. (1872), " The Standard-Bearer," 23-2- x 15^ (Lister), 

£-i2. 

45 Goodall, E. A. (1851), " On the Normandy Coast near Fecamp," 13J x 

23J (Bremner), £gg- 

46 Goodall, F., R.A. (1882), " Carrying Bamboo, Egypt," 8* x 14I (Mullen), 

;^i6 i6s. 

47 Goodall, W. (1S62), "Caught by the Tide," i:| x 17J (Bremner), ^Tio los. 

48 Harding, J. D., " Coast Scene," 24 x 35! (Jayson), ;£'6o i8s. 

49 Hardy, Dorofield (1879), " Christmas Decorations," 17} by 13I (Kraft), 

;^i6 ss. 6d. 
so Hardy, F. D. (1873), " The Dealer in Antiquities," 10 x 13J (Mitchell), 

£''i 14s- 

51 Hardy, F. D. (1850), "The Cottage Fireside," 10 x 14 (Mullen), 

£h 3S- 6d. 

52 Herring, J. F., Sen. (1846), " A Stable Yard," with hc-ses, pigs and 

ducks, 2it X 30 (Gooden and Fox), £g^ los. 

53 Herring, J. F., " Horses, Pigs and Ducks," 15} in., circular (Mullen), 

£<) 19s. 6d. 

54 Hill, J. J., " Sisterly Care," 35^ x 27J (Jayson), £^0 igs. 

55 Hill, J. J., " The Shepherd's Courtship," 29I x 24 (Lloyd), £16 55. 



14 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

56 Holl, F., R.A. (1880), " At the Spring," 17! x 23J (Bower), £n^ 2s. 

57 Holmes, G. A. (1876), " Kiss Me," 26 x 20 (Dobree), ;^26 5s. 

58 Horlor, G. W. (1870), " Mountain Goats," 13^ x igl (C. Joseph), £<i 4s. 

59 Horlor, G. W. (1870), " Ewe, Lamb and Collie," 13J x igj (Mullen), 

;^8 i8s. 6d. 

60 Hulk, A., " Coast Scenes," a pair, 6^x9! (Kraft), £4 4s. 

61 Hunt, Walter (1893), " Babes in the Wood," 29I x 19I (Sampson), 

£37 i6s. 

62 Jobling, R. (1881-2), " In Harbour, Shields," 29I x 2i| (Sampson), £4 4s. 

63 Jobling, R., " The Labourer's Welcome " and " A View in a Town, 

Winter," by A. Eversen, ;i^8 8s 

64 Johnstone, A., " Abduction of a Young Prince," 16 x iif (Bremner), 

£9 9S- 

65 King, Haynes (1879), " The Fond Mother," 23^ x 19I (Evans), £22 ii3. 

66 King, Yeend, " At the Spring," 17I x 13J (Sampson), ^^8 8s. 

67 Knight, W. H., " Soap-Bubbles " and " A Happy Family," a pair, 

SJ X 4 (Bremner), ;£io los. 

68 Lance, G. (1848), " Dead Gam.e," 27I x 25! (Jayson), j^2i. 

69 Lance, G. (1847), " F'ruit and Still Life," 12J x 9I (Dobree), ;^27 6s. 

70 Lance, G., " Fruit and Still Life," 12J x 9I (Bremner), ;^8 8s. 

71 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1882), " Streatley-on-Thames," 26 x 44 (Sampson), 

£h^ iSs- 

72 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1882), " Sunset after Rain," 19J x 29^- (Frost and 

Reed), jfi2o los. 

73 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1880), " A Woodland Stream," iij x 17^ (Mitchell), 

74 Leader, B. W., R..A. " The Road Across the Common," gj x 13-J 

(withdrawn). 

75 Lee. I^'. R., R.A. (1844), " Scenery on the River Teign, Devonshire," 

28 X 36 (Mullen), ;Ci2 12s. 

76 Le Jeune, H., A.R..A., " From Dawn to Sunset," 34J x 50 (Thorne), 

£^7 17s- 

77 Linnell, J., Sen. (1872), " The Piper," 27 x 38J (Evans), ;£i73 53. 

78 Linnell, J., Sen., " Landscape," 9I x 12| (Perman), ;^33 12s. 

79 Linnell, W., " Forest Scene," 195 x 25 (Newman), £it, 13s. 

80 Linnell, W. (1876), " Peasants and Sheep in a Sandy Lane," 17J x 25 

(Mullen), ^£^31 los. 

81 Linnell, W., " Landscape," 12 x 18J (Lister), jfii us. 

82 Luker, W. (1868), " Cattle on a Road " and " A River Scene " (Eyles), 

£7 7s- 

83 Maclise, D., R.A., " The Play Scene in Hamlet," 19-J x 35! (Burlington 

House, 1875) (Gooden and Fox), ;£'iS7 los. 

84 Macwhirler, J., R.A., " May-Blossom," 36 x 23I (Evans), ;£29 8s. 

85 Morgan, J., " After the Day's Work," 13I x loj (Mullen), ;^8 8s. 

86 Morland, G., " Fetching Water from the Spring," 25J x 20 (Kraft), 

£& i8s. 6d. 

87 Morland, G., " A ShephfM-d Dog and Sheop," 15^ x 2oi (Elliston), 

;^io 10s. 

88 MuUer, " A Woody Stream," 18 x 23J (Mitchell), £8 8s. 

89 Niemann, E. J. (1856), " Moulsford Ferry, near Streatley-on-Thames," 

17J X 13'j (Evans), £jy 17s. 

90 Niemann, E. J., "Autumn on the Lynn "; and "A View in Jesmond 

Dent," by T. .M. Richardson (Del Mar), £y 7s. 



December 4, 1909. 15 



94 



Noble, J. S., " The Huntsman's Hack," 17J x 25 (Allen), £1$ 153. 
Noble, J. S., and Gallon, R., " Otter Hunting," a set of three, iii x 2gi 

(Mullen), £ig 8s. 6d. 
Norwich School, " On the River at Norwich," 21 x 30 (Kraft), £2 

I2S. 6d. 
O'Neill, G. B., " Sampling Wheat," 17I x 22^ (Mitchell), £6g 6s. 

95 O'Neill, G. B., " A Present for Grandma," 23J x igl (Thorne), ;^58 16s. 

96 O'Neill, G. B., " The Hobby-Horse," 17J x 13I (Jayson), £35 MS- 

97 Parton, Ernest (1882), " Spring," 41J x 30^ (Paris), ;^I2 12s. 

98 Parton, Ernest (1883), " .Autumn," 42 x 31 (Kraft), ;£'i3 2s. 6d. 

99 Paton, Walter, H., R.S.A. (1859), " Loch Achray," 2i| x 41 (Evans), ;^42. 

100 Phillip, J., R.A., " The Young Laird," 275 x 35I (Mitchell), ^^19 19s. 

101 Provis, A., " The Interior of a Rustic Cottage," iif x 15I (Cooling), 

;^6 1 6s. 6d. 
IC2 Pyne, J. B. (1863), " Rent-Day at Isola Bella, Lago Maggiore," 25I x 38 
(Evans), ;^63. 

103 Pyne, J. B. (1846), " Waterside People Leaving the Sea, Criccieth 

Castle," 24 x 32J- (Mitchell), ;^53 iis. 

104 Pyne, J. B. (1S61), " Ullswater, " 23I x 32J (Mitchell), ;£r2i. 

105 Richardson, T. M., " The Mouth of the Tyne," 15 x 23 (Jayson), ;^22 is. 

106 Roberts, D., R.A. (1858), " A Caravan in the Desert," 19J x 29I 

(Cremetti), ;^I3 13s. 

107 Roberts, D., R.A. (1859), " The Porch of Roslin Chapel," 23i x lyl 

(Cremetti), ;^2g 8s. 

108 Roberts, E. (1878), " The Fern-Gatherer," 23 x 17^ (Lister), ;^ii lis. 

109 Rose, W., " Stepping-Stones "; and "The Farmstead," a pair, 15J x 23I 

(Yeulett), ;£'i2 I2S. 
no Shayer, C, "A Call at the Inn for Refreshments"; and " Leaving for 
Market," a pair, 11^ x 15! (Mitchell), ;£i6 i6s. 

111 Shayer, W., Sen., " A Gipsy Family," 31 x 31 (Sampson), ;^S2 los. 

112 Shayer, W. J. (1851), " Farm Horses, Donkey and Gipsy Boy," 171 x 23 

(Mitchell), £13 2S. 6d. 

113 Smart, J., R.S.A. (1873), "Sheep-Shearing: Loch Lubnaig, Perthshire," 

29I X S3 (Jayson), ;^54 12s. 

114 Smith, George (1879), " The First Grapes of the Season," ig| x 23J 

(Sampson), £2Z. 

115 Stark, " A Forest Road "; and " A Landscape " (Yeulett), £6 16s. 6d. 
lib Sticks, J. B. (1877), " Gylen Castle, Loch Staftan," 17I x 13^ (Mullen), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

117 Sticks, J. B. (1877), " Sunset on the Caithness Coast "; and " Kilchurn 

Castle, Loch Awe," a pair, 17J- x 13J- (Sampson), £6 6s. 

118 Stirling, J. (1867), " A Difficult Word," 2gJ x 24^ (Kraft), ;^i3 13s. 

J19 Stuart, C, " Calm and Peaceful "; and " On the Moors," by .A. G. 
Miller (18S9) (Jayson), ^^5 5s. 

120 Surtees, J., " Sonning on the Thames," 23^ x 41^ (Elliston), £y ys. 

121 Surtees, J., " Summer Morning, near Capel Curig," 23J x 41} (C. 

Joseph), £<) igs. 6d. 

122 Surtees, J., " The River Dochart, from the Bridge at Killin," 26 x 39 

(Mullen), ;^8 8s. 

123 Surtees, J., " Near Newby Bridge," 19J x 29^ (Elliston), £^ 14s. 6d. 

124 Surtees, J., " On the Lochay, near Killin," 17I x 25J (Jayson), £7 

17s. 6d. 
135 Surtees, J. (1887), " A Welsh River," 15J x 25i (Elliston), £^ 4s. 



i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

126 Surtees, J. (1887), "In the Lledr Valley"; and "North Tyne," by J. 

W. Swift (Jaysoii), ;^I2 12s. 

127 Thompson, Mark, " The Dairy Bridge over the Greta, Rokeby Park, 

Yorkshire," .3I x 36 (C. Joseph), ;^i 15s. 

128 Topham, F. VV., " Highland Courtship," iii x 13! (Elliston), ^5 5s. 

129 Vickers, A., " The Milt Stream, near Conway, North Wales," 27 x 39 

' (Evans), £^2. 

130 Webb, J., " A Landscape, with Windmill," 23I x 25 (Paris), ;£'ii os. 6d. 

131 Webb, J., " Rotterdam: Sunset," 14J x 23I (Jayson), j^iS i8s. 

132 Webb, J. (1878), " Morning, near Maidstone, Kent," 14J x 231 (Jayson), 

133 Webb, J. (1854), " A River Scone "; and " Fishermen's Cottages," by 

A. Montague (1876) (Obi^), £c, qs. 

134 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A. (1841), " Portrait of Mehemet Ali," 23^- x igj 

(Sampson), ;^54 12s. 

135 Haynes-Williams. " A Stirring Sermon," 3(1^ x 49I (Sampson), 

£27 7S- 

136 Haynes-Willinms, (1883), ''The Town Crier, Spain," 23^ x 15.' (Sampson;, 

£9 9s • 

137 Willis, H. B., " The Young Shepherd and Sheep, near Seaford, Sussex," 

275 x 46 (Sampson), ;^26 ss. 
,138 Wilson, J. J. (1840), "The Watering-Place," 27 x 35^ (Mitchell), ;£'22 is. 

139 Wilson, J. J., " View near a Farm," 17 x 23I (Mitchell), £y ys. 

140 Wilson, J. (1821), " Coast Scene "; and " A River Scene," by H. 

Dawson (Obi6), £6 i6s. 6d. 

141 Witherington, W. F., R.A., " Young Anglers," 29J x 24J (Dobree), 



£S4 I2S. 



CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 



142 .Anders, E., (1876), " Contemplation," 34 x 24I (Kraft), £iy 17s. 

143 Baratti, F. (1877), " The Council Hall," 23 x 29 (Jayson), ;£'68 Ss. 

144 Clays, V. J., " Shipping in a Calm," 135 x 20J (Sampson), jf46 4s. 

145 Dolessady, A. (1848), " The Drying-Ground," 12.^ x 17-^ (Obi^), ;£^12 12s. 

146 Detti, C. (1878), " The Introduction of Galileo to Court," 19 x 28^ 

(Sampson), .^56 14s. 

147 Girardot, E. G. (1866), " The Rejected Sonnet," 29 x 24 (Jayson), ;^22 is. 

148 Goetze, E. (1883), " Men of Peace and Man-of-War," 31J x 38 (Jayson), 

;^5o Ss. 

149 Haas, J. H. L. De, "Cows in a Pasture," 42 x 35 (Sampson), ^58 i6s. 

150 Kern, H., " The Antiquary " and " The Naturalist," a pair, 18 x 12 

(Dobree), ;^33 12s. 

151 Koller, G. (1867), " A .Scene from Faust," 43I x 28 (Mitchell) ;^24 3s. 

152 Levorati, E. (1882), " A Wet Day in Venice,'.' 20 x 31 (Hayos), £25 4s. 

153 Ludovici, A., " Young Housemaids," ii.} x S} (Dobree), £5 155. 6d. 

154 Moreau, Ch., " The First Decoration," 23 x 28 (Dobree), ^^31 los. 
15s Moreau, Ch., " The First Step," 18 x 25 (Dobree), £^^ 2S. 

156 Paoletti D Silvio, " Gos.sip," 25 x 38 (Obi(5), £16 16s. 

157 Sell, Ch. (1879-80), " Scenes in the Franco-Prussian War," a pair, 

7} X loi (Mitchell), ;^26 5s. 

158 Verboeckhoven, E. (1867), " Ewes, Lambs and Goat," 284 x 394 

(Sampson), ^"173 ss. 

159 Verljoeckhoven, F,. (1864), " Ewes, Lambs and Dogs," 36 x 27 (Sampson), 

£'5^ SS- 



December 4, 1909. 17 

160 Verwee, A., and Verboeckhoven, E., " River Scene, with a peasant 

driving cattle and sheep," 21 x 31^ (Evans), ;^2i. 

161 Yacano, R., " Anxious Fisherfolk," 28J s 39 (Kraft), ;^I3 13s. 

162 Yacano, R., " A Fishing Village," 28I- x 39 (Kraft), £ig 8s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December 6, 1909. The following were the property of 
Leicester Hibbert, Esq., deceased, late of Misbourne House, 
Calverley Park Gardens, Tunbridge Wells. (Sold by order of 
the Court of Chancery.) 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Bennett, W., " Haymaking," gj x 13J (Ford), £$. 

2 Birtles, H., " A Dewy Autumn Morning," 9 x 13 (Ford), £2. 

3 Cooper, T. S., R.A., " Five Cows in a Pasture," 7I x 13 (Lislei ), 

£ji 13s- 

4 Cozens, T., " Tivoli," 15 x 21 (Carfax), £1^ 14s. 

5 Duncan, E., " Lake Scene," 13J x 20j (Ford), ;^3 3s. 

6 Duncan, E., " A Derelict "; and " Amsterdam from the West Dock," by 

W. W. May (Captain), £3 3s. 

7 Duncan, E. (1880), " On the Shore at Port Eynon "; and " A Sea Piecei" 

by J. Whichelo (Cooling), £2 los. 

8 Fielding, "Landscape, with lime-kilns," and "An Old Castle," (Palsor), 

£^ 153- 

9 Fielding, " Boats in a Calm "; and " A Landscape " (Lister), £2 12s. 6d. 

10 Fripp, G. A., " On the Test, Hampshire," loj x 15^ (Vokins), £g 19s. 6d. 

11 Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Woody Landscape," chalk, 7 x loJ (White), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

12 Gainsborough, T., R.A., " A Clump of Trees," chalk, 7 x loJ (White), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

13 Gastineau, H., " Dover from the London Road," 14 x 20 (Sampson), 

£'i 4- 

14 Girtin, T., " Views of Chalfont Lodge," a pair, 16 x 2ii (Paker), 

£13 13s- 

15 Goodall, E. A. (1883), " The Church of St. Trovaso, Venice," 7 x iij 

(Ford), ;,^3 3s. 

16 Huson, T., " The Lingering Smile of a Sun that is Set "; and " The 

Waves," a pair, 13 x 20 (Lance), £s ss. 

17 McGuinness, B., R.H.A. (1882), " A Coast Scene "; and " Water Docks," 

by F. W. Hulme; and " Italian Buildings," by J. Munro (Mace), 

£i 155- 

18 Naftel, P., " Welsh River Scenes " (R. Ford), £6 6s. 

19 " Woody Landscape "; "A River Scene " and " A Castle " (Sampson), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

20 Pyne, T. (1874), " Venice "; and " Mount Etna," by W. Simpson (1882! 

(Cooling), £6 i6s. 6d. 

21 Richardson, T. M., " Henry VIL Chapel, Westminster," 17J x 13 (Wells), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

22 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Road Scene," 9} x 12} (Permain), £6 6s. 

33 Varley, J., " A Fishing Village "; and " A Hilly River Scene " (Falser), 

;^3 3S- 

24 Weedon, A. W. (1888), " On the Thames," laj x 19 (Mitchell), £ji 4s. 

25 Whymper, J. W., "Tantallon Castle," ilj x 17J (Banon), £2 2S. 



December 6, 1909. ig 



PICTURE. 

26 Verboeckhoven, " Landscape," 17 x 22^ (Del Mar), £.1 17s. 6d. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

27 " Fir-Trees "; and " .An Old Castle " (Carfax), £,\ 4s. 

28 Boughton, G. H., R.A., "On the Earn"; and "In Perthshire" 

(Cooling', £2 5s. 
2() Cox, D. (1844), " Mountain Scene," \o\ x 145 (Palser), ;£7ii os. 6d. 

30 Pichat, O., " The Edge of a Wood "; and " A Woody Landscape," a 

pair, 12J X 175 (Del Mar), £,1 los. 

31 Cattermole, G., " The Robber's Castle," 14 x 19 (Bowden), £\->, 13s 

32 May, Phil (1902), " The Right Hon. Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman," " His 

Grace the Duke of Devonshire," " The Right Hon. Sir William Vernon 
Harcourt," "The Right Hon. Sir Charles Dilke, Bart.," " The Right 
Hon. H. Labouchere," " The Right Hon. A. Akers-Douglas, " " Sir 
A. K. Rollit," and " Sir J. Blundell Maple, Bart.," a set of eight 
(Sabin), £^0 Ss. 

33 Hardy, T. B., " On the Giudecca, Venice," 5x7 (Mitchell), ;£r6 6s. 

34 Wimperis, E. M. (1876), " Coast Scenes," a pair, 6J x 14 (Leggatt), ^^8 8s. 

35 Cole, Vicat, R..A., " Wild Flowers " and " Hill and Sky," pastel (Eden), 

£^ 15s. 6d. 

36 Goodwin, A., " Sunset behind Pilatus," 10 x 14J (Snow), £% 8s. 

37 Holland, " Pont Neuf, Paris," 4^ x \\\ (Snow), £-t, 13s. 6d. 

38 Radford, E. (1880), " Venus Aphrodite," 17I x 10 (Wood), £(> i6s. 6d. 

39 Swanwick, H. (1893), " Ploughing," 9J x 6f (Bates), £(> 6s. 

40 Wimbush, H. B., " Jarvin's Island, Portelet Bay, Jersey," 7 x 11 

(Laurence), £■}, 13s. 6d. 

41 Nesfield, W. A. (1839), " A Mountain Torrent," 27 x 19I (Mitchell), 

£^ 2S. 

42 Rowbotham, C. (1900), " Shoreham," 11 x 16 (Wilder), £z 12s. 6d. 

43 W'arren, E. G., " Sheep \A'ashing, Surrey," 18 x 26 (Bremner), £\ iis. 6d. 

44 Wollen, W. B. (1892), " After the Fight," 19 x 26J (Sampson), £\'a 5s. 6d. 

45 Manley, E. E. (1888), " Once Upon a Time," 16 x 12^ (Bremner), 

£<) 19s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

46 Robinson, C. Crosland, " .\ Pompeiian Home," 41-J x 29J (Bremner), 

^9 19s- 

47 Semenowsky, E., " The Garland of Roses," unframed, 14^ x 21J 

(Bremner), £\(i 5s. 6d. 

48 Semenowsky, E., " Head of a Girl," 21 s 16^ (Sampson), £(> 6s. 

49 Godward, J. W., " Head of a Greek Girl " and " Head of a Girl," by 

C. Crosland Robinson (Evans), £\(> i6s. 

50 Godward, J. W., " Heads of Girls," unframed (Evans), £\2 12s. 

51 .\dams, J. Clayton (1900), " A Surrey Wheatfield," 30 x 19^ (McLean), 

52 Rigg, H. H., " .Sheep Shearing " and " Roses " (Misell, Jun.), £2 2s. 

53 Hobley, E. G., " Cutting Seed Potatoes " and " Sunset " (Cooling), 

£■5 5^- 

54 Knight, J. Buxton, " \ Common scene," and "Rolling Clouds," by 

J. Richards (Sampson), £(> i6s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



55 Lawrence, S. M. (1893), " A Marshy Landscape, near St. Ivee," 52 x 

78 (Sampson), £5 55. 

56 Goodall, T. F., " Winter Evening on Walsham Broad," 28 i 36 (Mase), 

A 4 4s • 

57 Pirie, George, " On the Texan Plains," 13I x 17J (Misell, Jun.), las. 

58 Priestman, B., " A Dutch Waterway," 9 x iif (Rowney), £$ 3s. 

59 Machell, R., " Chrysanthemums," 19I x 15! (Belt), £n 14s. 6d. 

60 Roux, C, " Herding Cattle on .Achen Lake," 15 x 35 (Sampson), £6 6s. 
5i Fr^re, Ed., " At Ecouen," 10 x 13 (Del Mar), £2 3s. 

62 Morland, G., " Feeding Pigs," 11 x 14J (Roe), £^ 5s. 

63 Porter, M., " Marjorie," 17 x 13J (Bremner), ^^4 14s. 6d. ' ' 

64 Herring, J. F., " Cows and Goats," 175 x 23^- (Grose), ;^i los. 

65 Weekes, W., " Trespassers," 12 x 17J (Houdin), £8 8s. 

66 King, Yeend, " The Pond in the Orchard," 17 x 23 (Lacey), ;^i8 i8s. 

67 Gordon, R. J. " Fair Margaret," 17J x 132 (White), £2 2S. 

68 Constable, J., R.A., " A Sand Pit," 5x7! (Hewitt), £2 3s. 

69 Delfosse, E. (1859), " Giving Alms," 15J x loj (Lacey), ;^i iis. 6d. 

70 Steffani, " Low Tide," 23 x 39 (Elliott), £^ 4s. 

71 Cosenza, G., " The Bay of Naples," 2o| x 415 (Cooling), £6 i6s. 6^. 

72 Cosenza, G., " The Bay of Naples," a pair, 16J x 34J (Elliott), £6 6s. 

73 Benlliure, G., " Marchande de Poissons," 38 x 25J (Sampson), £^ 4s. 

74 Fulleylove, J. (1879), " Tabley Old Hall, Cheshire," loj x 20 (Leycester), 

£9 19s- 

75 Fulleylove, J. 1877), " Springtime," 12 x 17J (Veali), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 

76 Diaz, " Diana and Nymphs," 15^ x 10 (Hunt), ;^io los. 

77 Geefs, F., " Evening Prayer," oval, 42 x 34 (Bremner), ;£Iio los. 

78 Herring, J. F., Sen. (1847), " A Horse, Donkeys, and Ducks, in a 

Stable," 13 X 17J (Vicars), ;£'26 ss. 

79 Wilkie, " Illustrations to ' Tom Jones,' " a pair, 8J x 6J (Mitchell), 

£4 4S- 

80 Stacey, W. S. (1882), " The Fisherman's Return," 30 x 25 (Jennings), 

£'i 4S- 

81 East, Alfred, A.R..'\. " Fujiyama " and " A Rocky River Scone " 

(Crewdson), £S Ss. 

82 East, Alfred, .\.R.A., " A Wild Sunset, Capel Curig " and " Hayei from' 

Lulant Pool," a pair, 6x9 (Cooling), ;^6 i6s. 6d. 

83 Hait($, G. C, " The Jubilee, 1897," and " Poppies," a pair, 3i x S 

(Bremner), £1 iis. 6d. 

84 Hait6, G. C, ''On the Sands: Evening, Boats, and Warships," (pastel), 

(three), (Leger), £i 3s. 

85 Heemskirk, E., " An Interior, with Peasants at a Repast," 12J x 22J 

(Crome), £2 2s. _ 

86 Etty, W., R.A., " A BacchanaWan Figure," 22 x 27 (Money), 155. 

87 Herring, J. F. (1850-1), " Farm Yards," a pair, isj, circular 

(.Sampson), £i() 8s. 6d. 

The property of a gentleman, deceased. 

DRAWINGS. 

88 Fielding, " View at Salisbury," 11 x 18 (Mitchell), £4 4s. 

89 Marny, P., " On the Rhine," " An Interior." by StroeUel, and " Pe.isants 

Drinking " (Bremner), £s Ss. 

90 Sherrin, J., " Grapes and Apples," yi x loJ (Bower), £}s 4^- ^tl. 



'T). .^iS 4s. 



% 



December 6, 1909. 21 



91 Smith, W., CoIIingwood, " Fisher Boys on the Beach," 17J x 24 

(Cooling), £i 3s. 
jfi Wimperis, E. M., " Arundel Castle " and " A Woody River Scene," by 

C. Davidson (Roe), £■; 17s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

93 Arnoux, M., " Cold Hands " and " The Broken Jani-Pot, " a pair, 8i 

X 6 (Bremner), ;^ii os. 6d. 

94 Beih, L., " Pet Doves," 16 x 20 (Sampson), ;^3 3s. 

95 Broeck, C. Van Der, " A Cavalier with a Sword," 14 x loj (Sampson), 

£4 4S- 
C16 Cassioli, A., " Peace," 15 x 21 (Sampson), ;^s 5s. 

97 Cecconi, E., " Crossing the Harbour," 20 x 42 (Huff), ^^4 4s. 

98 Diaz, " Figures in a Garden," 12J x 13^ (Huff), £i^ 14s. 6d. 

99 Heilmayer, K. (1874), " Santa Maria Delia Salute, Venice," isJ x 24 

(Cooling), £z 5s. 

100 Hemsley, W., " A Girl at a Table," 12 x g\ (Del Mar), £2 12s. 6d. 

101 Hulme, F. W. (1881), " The Edge of a Wood," 30 x 5° (Vicars), ;^i6 i6s. 

102 Kirschner, M., " Head of a Cow," 28J x 35 (HufI), 158. 

ie3 Knell, W. A., " A Ship on the Goodwins," 32J x 53 (Huff), £2 12s. 6d. 

104 Koekkoek, H., " A Canal Scene " and " A River Scene " (Huff), 

£S 155- 6d. 

105 Ladbrooke, H., " A Woody Pool," 10 x 13I (Mitchell), £1 los. 

106 Leray, C, " Love-making," 12J x 9 (Bremner), £g 19s. 6d. 

107 Ouderaa, P. Van De (1870), " Giving Alms," 21J x 13 (Sampson), £6 6f. 

108 Reekers, H., " Fruit on a Marble Slab," 17 x 14! (Huff), £2 12s. 6d. 

109 Rossenboom, M-i " Still Life," 25 x 21 (Huff), £2 12s. 6d. 

jio Schelfhout, A., " Scheveningen : Low Tide" and "A Coast Scene," a 
pair, i2i x 16 (Sampson), ^^13 2S. 6d. 

111 Seignac, P., " The Bird's Nest," 13I x loj (Cooling), ^^14 3s. 6d. 

112 Seignac, P., " Artists in the Louvre," is| x ii| (Misell, Jun.), ;^3 3s 

113 Springer, C. (1830), " A View in a Dutch Town," loj- x 13 (Huff), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

114 Verlat, C. (1861), " A Cat and a Sparrow," 21 x 25 ( ), £6 16s. 6d. 
lis Webb, J. (1866), " Dort: Sunset," 32^ x 53 (Leger), ^^27 6s. 

116 Wyburd, F. J., " Head of a Girl," 174 x 13J (Huff), ^1 lis. 6d. 

The following were sold by order of the executors of 
J. B. Greenwood, Esq., deceased, late of "Norton," Alexandra 
Road, Southport. 

DRAWLNjGS. 

117 Cotman, J. S., " A Bay Scene," 14 x 20J (Sampson), £s 5s. 

118 Terris, J., "The Evening Glow: A Surrey Farmstead," igj x 29^ 

(Sampson), £y 7s. 

119 Glover, J., " Bolton .^bbey," 21J- x 29^ (Bowden), £6 6s. 

PICTURES. 

120 Bird, S. (1873), " Fisherfolk and Boats," 15! x 23J ( ), £j us. 6d. 

121 Cole, G., " Landscape," 18 x 27I (Smith), ^6 i6s. 6d. 

122 Cox, D., "A Woody Stream," 13^ x 17J (Shepherd), £iJ us 

123 Creewick, T., R.A., " Landscape near Abergele," 27^ x 35 (Mayer), 

£27 6s. •\^ 

& 



h 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



# 



124 Crome, " Norwich: Sunset," gf x 15J (Sampson), £2 2s. 

125 Holland, J., " In Westminster Abbey, near the Shrine of Edward the 

Confessor," 19 x 125 (Leger), £1 is. 

126 Linnell, J., Sen. (1860-73), "A Study from Nature," peasant children 

gathering wild flowers in a wood, 2o| x 25| (Hammond), £36 153. 

127 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., " Elgiva," 47 x 61, Royal Academy, 1P.47, 

collection of J. H. Mann, Esq., 1871 (Cooling), ;£riio 5s. 

128 Miiller, W., " A Woody Glen " — a sketch, 14I x 20 (Sampson), ;^8 los. 

129 Miiller, W., " Landscape in Greece," 75 x 14 (Sampson), £22 2S. 

130 O'Connor, J. A., " Landscape with Figures: Wicklow, Ireland," 24^ 

x 29I (Shepherd), £2 12s. 6d. 

131 Pyne, J. B., " A Ravine in the Neath Valley," 17I x 12^ (Smith), 

£3 iSS- 

132 Stanfield, C, R.A., " Heidelberg on the Neckar," 19J x 29^ (Newman), 

133 Westerbeek, C, " Cattle by a River," 8 x 12J (Leger), £z 13s. 6d. 

134 Willis, H. B. (1856), " Newhaven : a mid-day meal in ploughing time," 

41 X 60 (Evans), ;^6o i8s. 



1^ 



4 



December ii, 1909. 23 



December II, 1909. The collection of the late Earl of 
Sheffield. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 " Views at Malta," a set of four, 23 x 38 (Mrs. Wheeler), £,2 7s. 6d. 

2 " Portrait of Daniel Baker, Esq.," pastel, \\\ x 9J (Toogood), j£^io 109. 

3 " Portrait of John, First Earl of Sheffield," pastel, 37} x 265 (Gooden 

and Fox), ;^73 los. 

4 Bridges, J (1834), " The Theatre, Taormina," and " Sicily," a pair, 

21J X 39j (Sutton), £,\(> i6s. 

5 Downman, J., .'\.R..A. (1780), " Portraits of the Hon. Maria Josepha and 

Louisa Dorothea Holroyd," daughters of John Baker Holroyd, First 
Earl of Sheffield, when children, oval, 8J x 7 (Baker), jQy^i, los. 

6 Downman, J., A.R.A. (1780), " Portrait of a Gentleman," oval, 8 x 6i 

(Sutton), £i/a 8s. 

7 Edridge, H., A.R.A. (1809), " Portraits of George, Second Earl of 

Sheffield, and his Sister Anne Frederica," when children, 13J x \o\ 
(F. Sabin), £\\i, 6s. 

8 Rembrandt (after), " Portrait of a Gentleman," and " Head of a Rabbi," 

pastels ((Parsons), £^ iss. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

9 Casteels, P., " Poultry, Game and Wild Birds," a set of four panels for 

mural decoration, 69 x 37 (Cohen), ;^262 ids. 

10 Casteels, P., " Garden Scene," signed and dated 1736, 51 x 62 (Moir>, 

11 Dutch School, " The Mouth of a River," signed, 38 x 49 (Clark), ;^2i. 

12 Dutch School, " Dead Game," 27J x 36! (Mori), £\-] 17s. 

13 German School, " -An .Allegory of the Uncertainty of Life," 39J x 51 

(Cohen), ;^I4 14s. 

14 Huggins, W. J. (1840), " .A Man-of-War, with an escort at sea, in a 

storm," and " A Man-of-War Entering a Harbour," a pair, 23i x 33 
(Sutton), £i, 4s. 

15 Lambert, J. (1774), " \ Prize Ram " and " .A Pet Dog " (Toogood), 

jQ\ los. 

16 Matsys, " The Misers," 35 x 27 (Parsons), £,\() i6s. 

17 Peellaert, J., " Farm-horses on a Road," 44 x 59 (Armytage), £.(> 6s. 

18 Peellaert, J., " Winter," 42 x 63* (Munn), £e, 4s. ^ 

19 Teniers, D., " The Wor.ship of Bacchus," 40 x 49 (Lesser), jt"47 5S- 

20 Weenix, J. B., " Peasants and Animals by a Ruin," 43 ,k 56 (Leggatt), 

£3^ IDS. 

PORTRAITS. 

21 " Head of a Gentleman," " Head of a Hungarian Noblemant"' aiid 

" Portrait of a .Statesman " (Dowdeswell), ^^39 i8s. 

22 " Portrtait of a Gentleman," in buff tunic with gorget, and white collar, 

21J X 16J (Parsons), £\\ iis. 
.^j " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress and cap, with white ruff anJ 
gold chains, dated 1563, i6| x 15 (Vicars), ;^63. 



% 



^ 



24 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

24 " Portrait of a Gentleman " (said to be the Dulce of Alva), 24 x 18 (Sir 

Hugh Lane), ^£^54 12s. 

25 " Portrait of James I.," and " Portrait of Anne of Denmark," (?), a 

pair, 17I X 13J (Leggatt), ;^I2 12s. 

26 " Portrait of Miss Broughton of Ovvlbury, when a child," dated 1586, 

25J X 18J (Gooden and Fox), ;^262 los. 

27 " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, on panel, 36 x 295 (Buttrey), 

£9<i 'Ss- 
10 " Portrait of John Richardson, Esq.," 43 x 35 (Leggatt), jQj:^ 13s. 

29 " Portrait of a Lady," in blue dress, oval, 26J x 18J (Coinaghi and Co.), 

£Z9 i8s. 

30 " Portrait of Sir Thomas Speke," dated 1626, 36J x 29 (Cohen), ;^94 los. 

31 " Portrait of Lady Speke," dated 1592, 36J x 29I (Agnew), ^^252. 

32 " Portraits of Daniel Baker, Esq., and his Wife " (Baker), £21. 

33 " Portraits of Daniel Baker, Esq., and his Wife," a pair, 29J x 24 

(Baker), ;^22 is. 

34 " Portraits of Daniel Baker, Esq., and his Two Sons," a set of three, 

oval, 29 X 24 (Baker), £^,2 los. 

35 " Portrait of the Right Hon. Francis, First Baron Guilford," 295 x 24J 

(Cohen), £1^ 153. 

36 " Portrait of the Right Hon. Francis, First Baron Guilford," Lord 

Keeper of the Great Seal, 47 x 37 (Leggatt), ;,£j2S 4s. 

37 " Portrait of Heneage Finch, First Earl of Nottingham," Lord Keeper 

of the Great Seal, 1673, 43J x 364 (Leggatt), ;^io los. 

38 " Portrait of Dudley, Fourth Baron North," 29I x 24J (North), ;^40 19s. 

39 " Portrait of Charles, Fifth Baron North," 29 x 24 (North), £2^ 3s. 

40 " Portrait of Catherine, Lady North," 29J x 24i (T. Permain), £i'i i8s. 

41 " Portrait of a Lady and Child," 49 x 39J (T. Permain), £2^^ 2S. 

42 " Portrait of George Speke, Esq.," of Dillington and White Lackington, 

Somerset, 42 x 39J (Agnew), £g<j 15s. 

43 " Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Speke," wife of John Speke, Esq., 49 x 39^ 

(Agnew), ;^g9 15s. 

44 " Portrait of George Speke, Esq.," of White Lackington and Dillington, 

Somerset, 3* x 22 (.'\gnew), .£78 iss. 

45 " Portrait of Miss Dorothy Baker," daughter of Daniel Baker, Esq., 49 

X 39i (Baker), ;£;89 5s. 

46 " Portraits of Two Ladies," one in green dress, the other in white dress, 

ovals, a pair, 19 x 24 (Shepherd), £2^ Ss. 

47 " Portrait of Sir Roger Hill," of Denham, and " Portrait of a Gentle- 

man in armour," unframed, 30 x 25 (Turner), £-j 7s. 
4S " Portrait of William HL," " Portrait of a Lady," in pink dress, and 

" Portrait of a Gentleman," holding a pigeon, unframed, oval, 30 x 25 

(T. Permain), £<) 9s. 
40 " Portrait of John Elwood, LL.D.," " Portrait of a Gentleman," in 

brown coat, and " Portrait of Miss Sarah Mellish," unframed, oval 

(Clark), £^ 8s. 

50 " Portrait of W. Harvey, Esq.," and " Portrait of a Gentleman," in 

brown coat (Leggatt), ^£^17 17s. 

51 " Portrait of Daniel Baker, Esq," 49 x 39^ (Baker), ;f26 ss. 

52 " Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown cloak, 21J x 19J (North), ;^S Ss. 

53 " Portrait of Joseph Mellish, Esq.," " Portrait of an Abbess," and 

" Portrait of Abigail Lockey," in black dress (Turner), £ii j8s. 



December ii, 1909. 25 



S3* "Portrait of Abigail Lockey " (Baker), ^£31 10s. 

54 " Portrait of George, Earl of Dumbarton," sij x 38 (Sutton), £$^ 12s. 

55 " Portrait of Prince Eugene Francis, Prince of Savoy," 35-4 x 27 (Leggatt), 

£9 QS. 

56 " Portraits of William III. and Queen Mary," a pair, oval, 28 i 23^ 

(T. Permain), £jg 19s. 

57 " Portrait of a Boy," in blue dress, 48J x 39 (T. Permain), £2$ 4s. 

58 *' Portrait of a Gentleman," in red dress, 49 x 39! (Agnew), ;£2i. 

59 " Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown coat, <t8-J x 30 (T. Permain), ;^I3 13s. 

60 " Portrait of Edward Gibbon, Esq.," 49 x 40 (Parsons), ^£'27 6s. 

61 " Portrait of Mrs. Edward Gibbon (n^e Juditii Porten)," 29I x 24 (Sutton), 

£'^0 Ss. 

62 " Portrait of Miss Elizabeth Gibbon," married St. Whitmore Acton, 29 

x 24J (T. Permain), ;^47 ss. 

63 " Portrait of John Baker, Esq.," 35 x 27J (Baker), £2y 6s. 

64 " Portrait of an Officer," 29 x 24^- (T. Permain), ;^I9 19s. 

65 " Portrait of George If.," 85 x 51 (T. Permain), ;^42. 

66 " Portrait of Queen Caroline," 85 x 51 (T. Permain), £^2. 

67 " Portrait of Isaac Holroyd, Esq.," 29G x 24J (Toogood), ^£^136 los. 

68 " Portrait of Lewis Way, Esq.," 29 x 24 (Baker), £31 los. 

69 " Portrait of a Youth," in brown dress, 2oi x 14J (Simonson), £ig 19s. 

70 " Portrait of Frederick, Eighth Lord North, Prime Minister of England," 

29 X 24 (Agnew), £57 15s. 

71 " Portrait of George Augustus, Third Earl of Guilford," 29I i 24J 

(Agnew), £s6 14s. 

72 " Portrait of Francis, First Earl of Guilford," zg} x 24I (Sir H. Lane), 

;^462. 

73 " Portrait of Lady Susan Holroyd," 29J x 24J (Hoyos), ;^io los. 

74 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrtait of Lucy, Countess of Sheffield," 

49 X 39 (Renton), £y8 15s. 

75 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of Frederick, Fifth Earl of Guilford," 

29J X 24J (Shepherd), ;^22S. is. 

76 Beechey, G. D., " Portrait of Frederick, Fifth Earl of Guilford," and 

" Portrait of a Bishop," seated, two unframed, 30 x 25 (T. Permain), 

;^IO lOS. 

77 Champagne, P. De, " Portrait of Jean Baptiste Colbert," 40 i 33*, 

Burlington House, 1884 (.'\gnev.), ;^546. 

78 Cotes, F., R.A., " Portrait of .\bigail. Countess of Sheffield," 93 x 57 

(Baker), ;^493 los. 

79 Cranach, " Portrait of Sir Thomas More " and " Portrait of Erasmus," 

a pair, 18J x 14-'- (Cohen), ;^]8 18s. 

80 and 81 Dobson, W., " Portrait of Charles I.," 84 x 49J, and " Portrait 

of Henrietta Maria," 84 x 491 (Sir H. Lane), ^£^672. 

82 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," in black dress, 30 x 22 (Cohen), 

;6"S 'OS. 

83 Ferrers, Benjamin (1723), " Portrait of a Gentleman," in mauve coat, 49 

X 40 (Shepherd), £iS iSs. 

84 Hickey, T. (1766), " Portraits of John, First Earl of Sheffield," and 

" Colonel Ridley," 93 x 57 (Baker), .^^162 15s. 

85 Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of Anne, Countesa of ShefiSeld," 49 x 39 

(Agnew), ;^2,g40. 

86 Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of Thomas, Second Earl of Chiche«ter, 

Postmaster-General, 1807," agj x 24J (Wallis), £7Sq. 



26 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

87 Hudson, T., " Portrait of Edward Gibbon, Esq.," 49 x 39 (Agnew), ^£^63. 

88 Hudson, T., " Portrait of Mrs. Edward Gibbon (nie Judith Porlen)," 

49 x 39 (Leggatt), £63. 

89 Hudson, T., " Portrait of Mrs. George Speke," 50 x 40 (Agnew), ;^i78 los. 

90 Hudson, T., " Portrait of Mrs. John Holroyd," 49 x 40 (Roe), jQji 8s. 

91 Jackson, J., R.A., " Portrait of George, Second Earl of Sheffield," 

35J X 27 (Fleixhner), ;^io los. i 

92 Jackson, J., R.A., " Portrait of the Countess of Sheffield," 35J x 27J, 

Royal Academy 1828, engraved by Dean (Arthurton), ^241 los. , 

93 Janssens, C, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in black dress, 29^ x 25 

(Leggatt), ;^39 i8s. 

94 Kauffman, A., R.A., " Portrait of John, First Earl of Sheffield," 93 x 56, 

engraved by J. R. Smith, 1779 (Cohen), ;^i73 ss. 

95 Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of John Churchill, First Duke of Marl- 

borough," 49I X 39 (Leggatt), ^68 ss. 

96 Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of Lucy, Countess of Guilford," 49 x 39 (C. 

Wertheimer), j£:48 6s. 

97 Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of a Lady of the Baker Family," in blue 

dress, her hair falling over her left shoulder, 29 x 24 (Gooden and 
Fox), £36 153. 

98 Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of a Lady of the Baker Family," in blue 

dress with mauve scarf and veil, 29 x 24 (Baker), £7 17s. 6d. 

99 Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of William IH.," 49 x 39 T. Permain), 

j^IO los. 
100 Kneller, .Sir G., " Portrait of Queen Anne," 50 x 40 (T. Permain), 

;^I2 I2S. 

ID! Kneller, .Sir G., " Portrait of George I.," 48^ x 40 (CoUings), j£Jii iis. 

102 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of Francis, Fourth Earl of 

Guilford," 29 x 24J (Besant), ;£'iio 5s. 

103 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of Francis, Fourth Earl of 

Guilford," 50 x 40 (Buttrey), ;^i99 los. 

104 I.ely, Sir P., " Portrait of Charles U.," 50^ x 40 (Leggatt), ;^i8 i8s. 

105 Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of a General," 47J x 40 (Wallis), ;£'7i 8s. 

106 Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of John Wilmot, Second Earl of Rochester," 

49 X 39 (Leggatt), ;^5o 8s. 

107 Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of Thomas Killigrew, Dramatist," 43 x 33 (T. 

Pennain), £-i2. 

108 Lely, Sir P., " Portrtait of Mary of Modena, Queen of James IL," 

32J X 25i (Simonson), ;f89 5s. 
ing Maes, N., " Portrait of a Gentlfiiian," in brown dress, 44 x 35 (Agnew), 

£<)66. 
jio Mignard, P., "Portrait of Louis XIV.," 451 x 35^ (Leggatt), £73 los. 
Ill North, Lady K. A. (1779), "Portrait of Lady Anne North, second 

daughter of Frederick, .Second Earl of Guilford," 93 x 59 (Parsons), 

£us I OS. 
ii2 Pourbus, I"., " Portraits of a Gentleman and a Lady," a pair, 42^ x 31 

(Agnew), ;^6o9. 

113 Ramsay, A., "Portrait of Anno, Countess of Guilford," 38! x 24 

(Colnaghi and Co.), ;^283 los. 

114 Reynolds, .Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of John, First Earl of .Sheffiold," 

29J X 24J, Burlington House, 1884, engraved by J. Jones and S. W. 
Reynolds (A. Wertheimer), ;£^829 ids, 
US Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of Miss Margaret Faure," 29-1 x 
24i (Sullcy and Co.), .£'546. 



«»• 



December ii, 1909. 27 



116 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of Frederick North, Second Earl of 

Guilford," 36 x 36 (Buttrey), ;£'2i5 5s. 

117 Romney, G., " Portrait of John, First Earl of Sheffield," 29^ x 24^ 

(Agnew), ;^52S- 

118 Romney, G., " Portrait of an Officer," 50 x 40 (A. Wertheimer), ;^65i. 

119 Somer, P. Van, " Portrait of Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales, son 

of James I., 49^ x 43 (Agnew), ^£'220 los. 

120 Tintoretto, " Portrait of Joannes Bembo, Doge of Venice," 46 x 36 
^ (Smith), £65 2S. 

121 Dyck, Sir A. Van (after), " The Children of Charles I.," 58 x 63I 

(Cohen), £2^^ 3s. 

122 Dyck, Sir A. Van (after), " Portrait of Dorothy, Lady Dacre, daughter 

of Dudley, Third Lord North," 48 x 37 (Clark), ;^27 6s. 

123 Walker. R., " Portrait of Oliver Cromwell," 29 x 24 (Shepherd), £^7 5s. 

124 Wignell, R., " Portrait of Mathew Gibbon," 43 x 35 (T. Permain", 

^11 IIS. 

125 Zucchero, F., " Portrait of Queen Elizabeth," 42^ x 33 (Sabin), £s^S- 

126 Frederick, Lord North, in robes, a plaster bust, coloured to represent 

bronze, 35in. high (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

The property of a lady. 

127 Gardner, D., " Three Children Playing with a Dog," pastel, oval, 

jii X 22^ (Natiali), £472 los. 

Different private properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

laS Sandby, T., R.A., " King George Inspecting the Building of the Bridge 

over Virginia Water," iij x 22 J (Leggatt), ;£'ii iis. 
129. Russell, J., R.A., " Portrait of Sir Richard Glode of Orpington," pastel, 

23i X 17I (Agnew), ^^273. 

130 Downman, J., A.R.A. " Portrait of Anna Maria Schutz," oval, S^ x 7 

(Knight), j^23 2s. 

131 Smith, J. R., " Portrait of an Officer of the Grenadiers," i6i x ij 

(Robson), ;£'i7 17s. 

PICTURES. 

132 Largilli^re, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, oval, 32 x 24 (Mellier), 

£36 ijs- 

133 Reynolds, " Portrait of Sir William Hamilton," 29 x 24^ (Robson), ;£J'26 5s. 

134 Breen, A. Van (161 1), " Frozen River Scene," 20 x 34 (Glen), £Sg 59. 
13s Titian, " Study for the Death of Peter Martyr," 43J x 27, Burlington 

House), 1880 (Hunt), j^42. 

136 Troost, " The Courtyard of an Inn," 39 x 49 (Pirsons), £1$ 15s. 

137 Breughel, J., " Harbour Scene," on copper, 3J x 5I (Rutley), £8 8s. 

138 Hudson, T., " Portrait of Mi9s Martin," 49 x 39 (Grainger), £23 as. 

139 Romney, G., " Portrait of R. Williams, Esq.," Town Councillor of 

Dublin, 30 X 25 (Grant), ;^24 3a. 

140 Lawrence, " Portr;ilt of a Lady, with her infant son on her knee," un- 

framed, 48 x 36 (Renton), ;£,'io los. 

141 Dutch School, ' Portrait of a Gentleman " (said to be Richard Cromwell), 

oval, 28 X 23 (Buttrey), ;^278 5s 



28 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



»42 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Fast Friends," 29J x 24I (Sabin), £,i.%i 10s. 
f; 143 Cosway, R., R.A., " Portrait of Lady Pigot of Patshull," 50 x 40 
(Leggatt), £2.%->, 10s. 

!• 

The property of a gemleman. 

144 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of George Ashby, Esq.," of Hasel- 

beech, Northamptonshire, 50 x 40 (Wallis), £fi%2 los. 

145 Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of Miss Hannah Waring," of Allbrighton, 

49 X 40 (Wallis), ;^i99 los. 

The property of a gentleman. 

146 Rembrandt, " Portrait of an Oriental Prince," 59 x 48 (Smith), £^\\ 



December 13, 1909. 29 



December 13, 1909. The following were sold by order of 
the Executors of Percy Arden, Esq., deceased, late of A7, The 
Albany, Piccadilly, W., and 14, Sussex Square, Brighton. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Allingham, H., " Heads of Peasant Children," circular (Vokins), £26 7s. 

2 Aumonier, J. (1896), " The Old Chain Pier, Brighton," 12J x 19 (Col. 

Thompson), £11 iis 

3 Bach, Guido, " A Lesson on the Koran, Algiers, 14! s 21^ (Upperton), 

£^ i4«- 6^1- 

4 Ball, Wilfrid (1887), " .\ Boat-Building Yard, Chioggia," and " Lago 

Maggiore," by T. M. Richardson (Peacock), £y 17s. 6d. 

5 Batson, Frank (1891), " On the Kennet," 24 x 36 (Peacock), £$ 153. 6d. 

6 Bayliss, Sir Wyke, " Interior of Cologne Cathedral," 95 x 14^ (Peacock), 

^H IIS. 

7 Bell, A. G., " .-\ Gathering Storm at Dinan," 14 x 2o| (Kamm). £7 7s. 

8 Bishop, W. Follen, " East Burnham," igj x 29J (Thompson), £y 17s. 6d. 

9 Block, L., " I^aws Die, Books Never," I2j x 22J (Kamm), £1;^ 13s. 

10 Bouvier, A. (1865-6), " A Water-Carrier " and " Early Spring " 

(Peacock), £S 8s. 

11 Caflieri, H., " Off to the North Sea," 20 x 14 (Peacock), ;/^ii os. 6d. 

12 Clausen, G., R.A. (1890), " A Sheepfold in the Evening," pastel, 

14J X 23J (Cooling), ;£r2i. 

13 Cook, E. Wake (1894), " The Flower Market, Florence," 12 x 7J (Cook), 

£7 7s 

14 Cox, D., " On the Look-out," 66i x g\ (Lister), ;£'29 8s. 

15 Cox, D., " Low Water," 6J x 10 (Lister), ;^is 15s. 

16 Dolby. J. E. .A. {1880), " A Carnival at Venice," 12* x 19J (Legge), 

£'i +5 

17 Elliot, Rebecca (1874), " Oscar " and " Sandy," 2oi x a8J (Thompson), 

£2 2S. 

18 Fielding, C, " The Peel of Goldsland, Forest Dale," 6J x 10 (Vicars), 

^16 ss. 6d. 
ly Fielding, " A Highland Valley Scene," 14I x 21J (Sampson), £y ys. 

20 George, Ernest (1885), " Battersea Bridge," 10 x 14 (Peacock), £2 13s. 6d. 

21 Goodwin, A. (i866), "Twilight: South Devon," 8i x 19J (Thompson), 

22 Goodwin, A. (1904), " Sunset in the Bristol Channel," 9J x I3i (Peacock), 

£h 3S- 

23 Goodwin, H. (1888), " Moonlight at Florence," 12 x 8i (Thompson), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

24 Gore, W. H., " Until the Evening," 19 x iii (Kamm), £g gs. 

25 Green, D., " Sea Breezes," 23J x 36 (Peacock), £g igs. 6d. 

26 Haite, G. C. (1894), " •'^n English Pastoral," 14 x 21 (K.imm), ^12 is. 6d. 

27 Harding, J. D., " The Corsnir's Isle," 28 x 40 (Vicars), £34 13s. 

28 Hardy, J. (1S84), " Axmouth "; and " Shipping on a River " (Douglas;, 

;^5 SS' 



30 ART PRICES CURREi\T. 

29 Hardy, T. B. (1882), " Isola di San Pietro, Venice," 9 x 13 (Cooling), 

;£ri2 IS. 6d. 

30 Herkomer, Sir H. Von, R.A. 1887), " A Cornfield," 8 x 15 (Peacock). 

jQn 3s. 6d. 

31 Lance, G., " A Peacock and Fruit," iij x 8-^ (Kamm), £s 5s. 

32 Langley, W., " A Cottage Home," 15 x iii (Addis), £S i8s. 6d. 

33 Lewis, J. F., R.A., " Going to Market, Spain," loj x 135 (Bremner), 

£13 2S. 6d. 

34 McCallum. A. (1889), "Mystic Moments on the Moor, Farnliam," 

13I X igj (Thompson), £2 12s. 6d 

35 Mottram, C. S. (1900), " St. Ives Bay in November," 21 x 37 (Peacock), 

;ClI IIS. 

36 Nettleship, J. T. (1894), " '^ Tiger on the alert," pastel i7i x 24 

(Huggins), £4 4s. 

37 Orrock, J. (1888), " St. Andrews," 13I x 2oi (Vicars), ;^I2 is. 6d. 

38 Paterson J. (1889), " Azalea," 2oi x 28 (Brash), £g 19s. 6d. 

39 Pilleau, H., " Cannes," iii x 23 (Cuthbert), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

40 Poole, P. F., R.A., " The Bird-Scarer," 12I x 9I (Kamm), £6 6s. 

41 Ryland, H. (1902), " Idleness," 14J x 2o| (Bowden), ;£io los. 

42 Sainton, C. P., " A Summer Melody," ii| x 6f (Kamm), £7 7s. 

43 Seckendorff, Count (18S9), "Sunset: Venice," 19 x 14 (Peacock), 

£S 18s. 6d. 

44 Solomon, Simeon (1883), " The Rabbi," 13J x 9J (Kamm), £6 6s. 

45 Solomon, Simeon, (1864), " Saint Michael of Good Children," iil- x 8 

(Kamm), £1;^ 13s. 

46 Stevens, W. Rupert, " Floods near Pulborough," igl x 39J (Peacock), 

:^I2 I2S 

47 Stott, W. (of Oldham), " .'V Pebbly River," 12 x 21J (Kamm), £1^ 15s. 

48 Tayler, F., " The Gamekeeper's Home," 125 x 16 (Bowden), ;^io los. 

49 Tayler, F. (1868), " The Fern-Gatherer and Hounds," 17I x 13 (Bremer), 

£1^ 2S. 6d. 

50 Thorne-Waite, R. (1868), " Children at a Well," 13J x 19 (Sampson), 

;£28 7s 

51 Thoroton, F. D. (1908), " A Fruit Stall, Algiers," and " Spring Flowers," 

by C.M.D. (Peacock), ^^2 2s. 

52 Williams, W. H., " Ludlow Castle," i8S x 27! (Peacock), £^ 15s 6d. 

53 Wright, R. H. (1902), " Siena," 13J x igj (Peacock), ;^i4 14s. 

54 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Marine .\rtillery working a Six-inch Gun," 

io?r X 16J (Thompson), £14 3s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

55 Adam, J. Denovan, R.S.A., "A Summer Shower," g^ x 13J (Sampson), 

£S .5s. 6d. 

56 Bach, Guido, " Street Life in Cairo," i6j x 12J (Cooling), £^ 14s. 6d. 

57 Beadle, J. P. (1892), " A Trumpeter, 17th Lancers," 12J x 10 (Thomp- 

£.11 OS. 6d. 

58 Beadle, J. P., " Ploughing," si x 8 (Kamm), £2 2S. 

59 Bell, A. G., " .'\ Rainy Day at Dinan," 9 x 12^ (Peacock), £6 i6s. 6d. 

60 Bergamini, F., " A Procession Entering a Church," 14 x 10 (Mitchell), 

£S 1 8s. 6d. 

<ji Boggs, E. (1882), " St. Vaast-la Hougue," 21 x 14-^ (Peacock), £6 i6s. 6d. 

62 Bouvicr, J. (1862), " Edward VI. and Lady Jane Gray," 8 x loj (Thomp- 
son), £z 3s. 



December 13, 1909. 31 



63 Breanski, G. de, " The Departure of the Fishing Smack," 23 x 35 

(Peacock), ;iri6 5s 6d. 

64 Brett, J., A.R.A. (1883), " Drake's Island," 6J x 13I (Thompson), £S 8s. 

65 Brown, J. A., " East Burnham House," 10^ x igj (Douglas), £3 3s. 

66 Vigee-le-Brun, " Venus and Cupid," oval, 21 x 17 (Tatal), ;^22 is. 

67 Caldecoti, K. (1887). " Monaco," 5* x 8^ (Kamm), £4 4S. 

68 Carter, Hugh, " Making Garlands," 16 x 12J (Peacock), £s S^- 

69 Carter, Hugh, "The Fish Shop: Evening," 13J x gi (Peacock), 

£7 17s- 6d 

70 Clausen, G., R.A., 1893, " The Bread," 17I x 13! (Sampson), £37 i6s. 

71 Clausen, G., R.A., " Hay-Ricks," 8 x loj, (Sampson), £6 6s. 

72 Cookesley, M. Murray (1891), " The Egg-Seller," i8| x i2| (Bremner), 

£ij 19s. 6d. 

73 Coppard, C. L. (18S1), " Coming out of Church "; and " A Hunting 

Party," on copper (Smellie), j£73 13s. 6d. 

74 Correggio (after), " Dane," 19 x 24 (Sackville Gallery), £2 3s. 

75 Dow, T. M., " A Summer Night: Tangiers," 35 x 45 (Peacock), ^^29 8s. 

76 Echena, J., " Halting on the Way to Market," 7I x i2i (Mitchell), 

£^3 '3s- 

77 Eisenhut, F., " In the Hurem," iSJ x J2 (Sampson), £21. 

78 Ellis, Edwin, " Under the Cliffs," 6^ x Si (Kamm), £7 7s. 

71) Forbes, Mrs. Stanhope, (1S89), " Dejeuner des Pauvres," 18J x 14 (Samp- 
son), £s ss. 
So Forbes, Mrs. Stanhope, " The Pipe." 11x9 (Sampson), £s 5s. 

81 Franceschi, M. de. " A View in Venice," 9 x 14I (Sampson), /ri2 12s. 

82 Gainsborough, T. (after), " The Blue Boy "; " Mary, Queen of Scots," 

by H. Bone; and two others (L'pperton), £7 17s. 6d. 
S:i Godward, J. W. (1904), " The Old, Old Story," 27I x 34I, (H. Cremetti), 
;£-88 4S. 

84 Goodwin, A. (1870), " Chelsea by Moonlight," 20J x 56 (Legge), 

£() 19s. 6d. 

85 GroUeron, P. (1882), " Off Duty," 12| x 9 (Sampson), ;^23 2s. 

86 Hayllar, Jessica (1902), " .\ Breath of Fresh Air," 17^ x ii| (Peacock), 

£i 14s- 6d. 

87 Hughes, \V. (1896), " Prawns on a Dish," gj x 13! (Cassares), £^ 5s. 

88 Hunt, William (1889), " Slender Trees," 20 x 13^ (Kamm), £6 6s. 

80 Hurt, L. B. (1892), " .Autumn, Glencoe," 23J x 39^ (Peacock), £6^ 2S. 

90 Ingram, W. .Vyerst, " The Red Cloud," 153 x 19J (Kamm), £S Ss. 

91 Kuhl, G., "The Bootblack: Happy as the day is long," 16^ x to (Heye- 

man), ;^33 12s. 

92 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1888), " A Flood on the Llugwy North Wales," 

7i X iij (Nattali), ^^28 7s. 

93 Lance, \\'., " King Saul," 42 x 33J (Peacock), ;^2S 7s. 

94 Lloyd, Stuart, " A Sussex \'illage," 16^ x 49i (Peacock), £.2^ 3s. 

95 Macallum Hamilton (1890), " Fishing Boats at .-Vnchor," 13I x 23J 

(Peacock), £2^ 3s. 
06 Mann, j. H. S., " Will Fern and Lillian," 20 x 14J (Cooling), ^^3. 
97 Marshall, J. Fritz, " Where purity and peace immingle charms "; and 

" Doom'd in the shade thy sweets to shed," a pair, 11 j x 33J 

(Kamm), ;^5 5s. 
<jS Moore, H., R.A. (1886), " .■\nchored in the Roads," 8 x 17-J (Sampson), 

^10 los. 



32 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

99 Neubert, L., " In the Campagna " ; and " A Turkish Town," by H. 
Lang, two (Heyemans), ;£'i7 6s. 6d. 

100 Neimann, E. J. (1864), " Radnalls Bridge, Salop," 13! x igi (Sampson), 

£1 /s- 

101 Nordgren, Anna, " The Truant," 24J x 19J (Kamm), £(} 6s. 

102 Olsson, Julius, "(F^I Moon and Afterglow," 17-J x 23J (Sampson), 

£%%s. 

103 Parton, Ernest, " On the Kennet," 16 x 23^ (Kamm), £?, i8s. 6d. 

104 Priestman, A., " Fir-Trees," 19I x 29I (Peacock), £■] 17s. 6d. 

105 Scheuerer, F., " Poultry," 4I x 3^ (Kamm), ;^3 3s. 

106 Tayler, A. Chevallier (1908), "The Vigil," 9^ x 14I (Kamm), £a, 4s. 

107 Thurner, " A Dish of Fruit," 14J x 17J (Kamm), £■] 7s. 

108 Tuke, H. S., R.A., " The Promise," ■2.\\ x 26 (Sampson), £t,^ i8s. 

109 Vickers, A. (1864), " A View at Edmonton," 9I x 13* (Huggins), ;^8 8s. 
no Webb, W. J. (1863), "A Stable-yard, Jerusalem," 13! x 17J (Mitchell), 

£t. 2S. 

111 Westerbeek, C. (1895), " Housing the Flock," is| x 20 (Peacock), 

;^i6 ss. 6d. 

112 Westerbeek, C, " Driving the Flock," isJ x 23 (Peacock), £\-i 13s. 

The property of a lady. 

DRAWINGS. 

113 Barnes, J. H., " Something Wrong " and " On the Look Out," by 

A. H. Marsh (Bremner), £^ 14s. 6d. 

114 Benwell, J. A. (1886), " Halt by the Sphynx, Egypt," 13} x 26 (Samp- 

son), £z 2S. 

115 Benwell, J. A. (1885), " Halt by the Great Pyramid "; and " In the 

Terai, Nepal (1876) " (Sampson), £■] 7s. 

!i6 Benwell, J. A., " A Hindoo Woman "; and " Primroses," by L. M. 
Jopling (1878) (Sackville Gallery), £\ is. 

117 Bouvier, A. (1878), " Lesbia's Pet"; and "Hastings," by G. B. Cam- 
pion (Cooling), £1, 4s. 

nS DoUman, J. C. (1883), " My Lady's Pets," 18 x 25 (Sampson), £^ 55. 

119 Edwards, W. C, " A Tug and Fishing Boat, Yarmouth," 35 x 37 ^Misell, 

junior), £2. 2s. 

120 Guinness, E. S. (1877), " She Sleeps, My Lady Sleeps," 23 x 38J (Mitchell), 

£y. 8s. 

121 Herkomer, Sir H. Von, R.A. (1899), " A Bavarian Peasant," 13!- x loi 

(Mitchell), ;^8 8s. 

122 Howse, G., " A View on the Rhine "; and " On the Moor," by H. A. 

Hooper, 1870 (Cooling), ^3 13s. 6d. 

123 Johnson, C. E. (1871), " A Fishing-Boat in a Fresh Breeze," 18 x 26^, 

(Bremner), 15s. 

124 Kilburn, G. G., " The Connoisseur," 6J x 7 (Lister), ^^3 13s. 6d. 

125 King, Yeend, " Obstructionists," 25 x 18 (Bremner), ;^i5 4s. 6d. 

126 Ludovici, A. (1878), " A Gamin-de-Londres "; " An Arab Guard," by 

E. Walton; and " A Peasant Girl," by T. S. Dawson, circular (Grose), 

£2 2S. 

127 Ludovici, A., "A Bargee"; and "Flowers in a Jug," by M. Ludovici 

(Sackville Gallery), £1 las. 

128 Nicol, Erskir.c, A.R.A., " Head of an Irish Peasant," 6x6 (Lister), 

iJ4 J4S- 6d. 



December 13, 1909, 33 



129 Norie, O., " Twelfth Lancers," 13 x 18 (Tooth), £:i 3s. 

130 Rodriguez (1881), " An Eastern Guard "; and " A Fish-Stall, Lubeck," 

by E. Dolby (Bremner), £7 17s. 6d. 

131 Slocombe, F. (1877), "A London Flower-Girl"; and "Cornered," a 

pair, 17 X II (Cooling), ^£^3 13s. 6d. 

132 Williams, Pownall, " A Storm in a Fjord," 29J x 21 (Bremner), £2. 

133 Wolfe, G. (1875), " ^^^ Beach at Burton, near Bridport; and " The 

Return of the Fishing Boats," by W. C. Edwards (Bremner), £2 as. 

PICTURES. 

134 Adam, J. Denovan, R.S.A. (1884), " Rob Roy, Helen, and Hamish," 

2oh X 13-J (Cassares), £y 17s. 6d. 
13s Anderson, S., " An Italian Girl," 17 x 14 (Lister), £1 15s. 

136 Arnesen, V., " Fishing-Boats off Copenhagen," 30 x 19J (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 

137 Baldock, J., " Cattle in the Highlands," 29J x 23^ (Lister), £1 us. 6d. 

138 Bayliss, Sir Wyke (1900), "Winchester Cathedral"; and "Constance," 

by A. Montague (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

139 Benlliure, J., " A Bull-Fighter," i6i x 13 (Lister), £j 13s. 6d. 

140 Bonneau, F., ".A Girl feeding Peacocks"; and "Singing to the Myrtle," 

(Sampson), £2 2s. 

141 Bowkett, J. M. (1882), " Regrets," 29^ x 11 (Sampson), £^ 4s. 

142 Carter, S., " A Darwinian Question," 23J x 17J (Tatal), ;^3 3s. 

143 Collins, " Father's Dinner," 8 x 10 (Bremner), £1 15s. 

144 Conti, Tito, " The Italian Model," 22 x 17^ (Sampson), ;^u us. 

145 Cosway, " Head of an Angel," 15^- x 12 (Sackville Gallery), £1 us. 6d. 

146 Dicksee, Herbert (i8g6), ".A Wanderer," 17I x 23J (Holmes), £iy 17s. 

147 Dollman, J. C, " -Study of a chimpanzee," 23J x 15^ (Sampson), £i is. 

148 Ebert, A. (1882), " Head of a Viennese Lady," 20 x 16 (Bremner), £1 15s. 

149 Johnston, A., "A Cavalier"; and "A Divine," a pair; and "Going 

to Market "; and " An Old Water-Mill," a pair, by E. A. L. (Grose), 
£1 us. 6d. 

150 Lucas, J. T. (1875), " In the Service of the King," 19 x 15 (Bremner) 

£S iss. 6d. 

151 Mann, J. H. S., "A Fruit-Seller"; and "A Thuringian Waitress," 

by L. Cowen (Cooling), £^ 15s. 6d. 
153 Morris, P. R., A.R.A., " Audrey," 29 x igj (Mitchell), £g gs. 

153 Nettleship, J. T., " Lions," 13 x igj (Sackville Gallery), £1 us. 6d. 

154 Nicol, J. Watson, " Don Quixote," 22 x 16 (Lister), £n 3s. 6d. 

155 Pettie, " A Young Cavalier," 12 i 9 (Sampson), £S 8s. 



34 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December 14, 1909. The following were the property of 
Percy Arden, Esq., deceased, late of Ay, The .A.lbany, 
Piccadilly, and 14, Sussex Square, Brighton. Sold by order 
of the Executors. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 
' The May of Life," after Mason, by R. W. Macbeth, proof (Peacock), 

£1 IS. 

' Milking Time," after and by the same, artist's proof (E. Camm), 

£1 IS. 

' Great Marlow," after Vicat Cole, R.A., by B. Debaines, artist's 

proof (Gooden and Fox), £6 i6s. 6d. 
' Marlow Ferry," after Fred Walker, by R. W. Macbeth, proof; and 

" A Rainy Day," after the same (Addis), £^ 14s. 6d. 

5 " The Plough," after and by the same, artist's proof (Camm), £4 4s. 

6 " Exterior of St. Mark's, Venice," by A. H. Haig (Obach), ^^7 :7s. 6d. 

7 " Floating Market, Stockholm," by the same (Camm), ^3 3s. 
Haymakers," after Jules Breton, by Kratk(^, remarque proof, and 

one after Corot, by Chauvel (Peacock), £1 iis. 6d. 
Love and Life," after G. F. Watts, R.A., by Clouston ; and a " Pastoral 

Scene," after Tom Lloyd, proofs (Camm), ;^5 5s. 
Queen Alexandra," after Sir L. Fildes, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof 

(Thompson), £n 14s. 6d. 
The Coronation of King Edward VII.," after Abbey, by Laguillermie, 

artist's proof, with key (Camm), ;^s 5s 
Lord Wharton," after Van Dyck, by Mathey, remarque proof 

(Colnaghi and Co.), £6 i6s. 6d. 
Charles I.," after Van Dyck, by A. Mathey, proof (Colnaghi and Co.), 

£3 3S- 
Lady Hamilton as ' .'Vriadne,' " after Romney, by Greenhead, artist's 

proof (Legge), £/[ 14s. 6d. 
The same as " Circe," after ditto, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(Colnaghi and Co.), ;^i9 19s. 
Miss Farren," after Lawrence, by Shury, artist's proof (Little), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

17 " The Sutherland Family," after Romney, by T. G. Appleton, artist's 

proof (Colnaghi and Co.), £15 15s. 

18 "The Dauphin," after Greuze, by Cousins, proof before letters; and 

" Two Children," after Edridge, by .Stoddart, in colours (Amor), £y 7s. 
' The Boyhood of Raleigh," after Millais, by H. Dicksee, artist's proof; 

and " The Mirror of Venus," after Burne-Jones, by Jasinski, ditto 

(Colnaghi and Co.), £6 6s. 
' The King of the Forest," after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer, 

artist's proof (Amor), £l^ 14s. 6d. 
' Gathering Fruit," after Morland, by Appleton, artist's proof (Amor), 



December 14, 1909. 35 



OLD ENGRAVINGS. 

32 " Love Wounded," after Shelley, by R. Cooper, proof; " Juno wilh 
Peacock," after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, proof; and two others (E. 
Camm), £2, 3s. 

23 " The Genius of Modesty," after Cipriani, by Ryder; " Cupid's Manu- 

factory "; and the " Market of Love," by Bartolozzi (Peacock), 
£^ 4S- 

24 "Youlh," ;iii(l " Childliood," after Prince Hoare, by Gaiigain, a pair, in 

bistre (Leggatt), ;^ii iis. 

25 " Cupid and Minerva "; " Cupid and Juno," by D. Orme, a pair, printed 

in colour*; (Peacock), £(> 6s. 

26 " Paris and Helen," after .\. Kauflman, by W. Ryland, a pair, in red 

(Peacock). £(> 6s. 

27 " The Birth of Shakespeare," and " Shakespeare's Tomb," after the 

same, by Bartolozzi (Amor), ^4 4s. 

28 " Juno demanding the Cestus," and another after tlie same, circles, in 

red (Ellison), jQ^ 4s. 

29 " George, Duke of Buckingham, and his brother," after \'an Dyck, by 

McArdell ; and "Lord Barrymore," after Cosway, by Jehner, proof 
(Sabin), £j 17s. 6d. 

30 " The Young Fortune Teller," after Reynolds, by J. Jones (Harvey), 

31 " Master Lambton, ' after Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (.^mor), 

£1% 7s. 6d. 

32 " Miss Greville .Tnd her brother." after Reynolds, by Mc.\rdell (Tata), 

;^3 '3S- 6d. 

33 " The .affectionate Brothers," after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, from the 

Windsor Castle collection (Colnaghi and Co.), £11 lis. 

34 " Lord Granlhani and his broihcr,^," after Reynolds, by B.nrtolozzi. proof 

in bistre (Agnew), £\o los. 

35 " Morning, or the Higglers preparing for Market "; and " Evening, or 

ihf Postboy's Return," alter Morland. by D. Ormc, printed in 
colours (Hall(5), ^r63. 
3'5 " The Cottage Girl," after Chandler, by C. H. Hodges (Ellis and Smith), 

37 "A Bresvhouse Yard," after Garrard, by R. Earlom; "Boys Bathing," 

after .Morland, proof; and ;inother (Maggs), £21 3^- 

38 " The Gardens of Carlton House," after Bunbury, by ^^'. Dickinson, 

in bistre (Maggs), ;£'io los. 

39 " Croniwpl! on horseb.Tck," after Van Dyck, by 1^. Lombnrt, third state; 

and the same plate, with the head of Charles L substituted for that 
of Cromwell, fourth stale (Sabin). £i(> ss. 6d. 

40 " The Chain Pier at Brighton," with characters, aquatint in colours; 

and two others (Ellis and .Smith), £1 5s. 

41 " Views of Old London," after Shepherd and Glendall, by Bluck and 

Havell, etc., in colours (Rimell), ;^I2 12s. 
4a " Views of Somerset Place, Blackfriars Bridge, Westminster Bridge, 
etc.," after Shepherd, by Stadler, in colours (Sanders). ;^ii us. 

43 " North-East View of the New General Post Office," after Pollard, by 

Pyall, in colours (Sandeis), £6 6s. 

44 " Wrsl I-'ronl of St. Paul's, t'ovrni Garden," after P. Sandby ; and "St. 

Andrew's, Holborn," by J. Buckler (Rimell), £1 12s. 



36 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

45 Old views of " Leicester Square," " Hanover Square," and " St. 

James' Square," by S. Nicholls; and three others (Peacock), £i 6s. 

The propert}^ of a gentleman. 

OLD SPORTING PRINTS. 

46 "The Birmingham Tally-Ho! Coaches," after G. Pollard, by C. Bentley, 

printed in colours (Birch), ;^24 3s. 

47 " The West-Country Mails at the Gloucester Coffee House, Piccadilly," 

after J. Pollard, by C. Rosenberg, printed in colours (Birch), ;£'i2 las. 

48 " The Royal Mails starting from the General Post Office," after J. 

Pollard, by R. G. Reeves, printed in colours (Greville), £6 i6s. 6d. 

49 " Epsom Races: Horses preparing to Start," and " The Finish for the 

Derby, 1818," .liter H. Aiken, by T. Sutherland, pair, printed in 
colours (Munitta), £g 19s. 6d. 

50 " Epsom Races," after J. Pollard, by C. Hunt, a set of six, printed in 

colours (W. D. Smith), £,25 4s. 

51 " The Race-horses Antonio and Filho da Puta," after Herring, by 

Sutherland, printed in colours (Davis), £6 6s. 

52 " The Race-horses Antonio and Filho da Puta," after Herring, by 

Duncan and Harris, printed in colours (Davis), £8 8s. 

53 " The Race-horses Chorister," after Herring, by C. Hunt, and 

" Deception," after Hancock, by E. Duncan, printed in colours 
(Davis), £8 8s. 

54 " The Race-horse Hambletonian," after Sartorius, by Whessell, proof, 

printed in colours (Bird), £2 2s. 

55 " The high-mettled racer," .after H. .Mken, by T. .Sutherland, printed 

in colours (Fores), ;£'i2 is. 6d. 

56 " The Mail-carrier at the Turnpike Gate " and " The Mail-carrier jump- 

ing the stream," pair, printed in colours (Frost and Reed), £5 5s. 

57 " Pike-Fishing, Fishing in a Punt, Flacker-Shooting and Pigeon- 

Shooting," after H. Aiken, by J. Clark, printed in colours (Vaughan), 
£7 17s- 6d. 

Other properties. 

Framtd. 

j8 " Fox-hunting "; a set ot (our water-colour drawings by J. K. Herring, 
signed and dated 1850 (Lewsome), ;^9 9s. 

59 " Epsom Races," after Pollard, by Smart and Hunt, a pair; and " The 

Four-in-Hand Club," after the same, by Harris, in colours (Fores), 
£25 4S. 

60 " Connubial Happiness," after Northcote, by Dum6e, printed in colours 

(F. Daniell), £8 18s. 6d. 

61 " The Fortune Teller," after Reynolds, by J. K. Sherwin, printed in 

colours (Barrard), £y 17s. 6d. 
63 " Mrs. Whitbread," after Hoppner, whole-length, by S. W. Reynolds 
(Bayne), ;^46 4s. 

63 " Lady Grosvenor," after .Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A., proof 

(Vicars), ;^34 13s. 

64 " Mrs, Stanhope as ' Contemplation,' " after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. 

Watson, proof befc.e letters (Harvey), ;£'2i. 



December 14, 1909. 37 



65 " Viscountess Andover. " after Hoppner, by C. Wilkin, open letter proof, 

wide margin (West), £2;^ 2S. 

66 " The Duchess of Devonshire and Lady Duncannon," after Kauffman, 

by W. Dickinson, open letter proof, in bistre (Hall^), ^18 i8s. 

67 " Miss Farren," after Downman, by J. Collyer, open letter proof, uncut 

margin (West), £2^^ 2S. 

68 " Mrs. Billington," after the same, by Dunkarton, proof (Greville), 

£^3 J3S- 

69 " Lady Dundas," after Hoppner, by Bartolozzi, open letter proof, uncut 

margin (Wade), £2 2S. 

70 " Lady St. John," after the same, by W. Barney, optn letter proof, full 

margin (Wade), £^ 9s. 

71 "Mrs. Cosway." after Maria Cosway, by Valentine Green (Coureau), 

;^3I lOS. 

72 " The Countess of Carlisle," after Romney, by J. Walker (Richardson), 

£j4 14s. 

73 "Mrs. Green and cfiild," after Falconet, by V. Green, first state 

(Richardson), £4 4s. 

74 8i 75 " Mrs. Edwin," after W. Craig; and " Madame Catalani," after 

Adam Buck, by Freeman, printed in colours (Doughty), £2 13s. 6d. 

76 " Lady Heathcote," after Cosway, by Agar, printed in colours (Agnew), 

£s ss- 

77 " Miss Meredith," after Gardner, by Baldrey, proof (Simon), £1 los. 

78 " Mrs. Abington as ' Roxalana,' " after Reynolds, by J. K. Sherwin, 

imcut margin (Toogood), £S 8s. 

79 " Lord Grantham and his brothers," after the same, by Cheesman, 

proof before all letters (Colnaghi), £g igs. 6d. 

80 " Master Sayer, " after Zoffany, by R. Houston, first state, uncut margin 

(Fores), £g igs. 6d. 

81 " Mr. St. .\ubyn," after Opie, whole-length, by S. W. Reynolds, proof 

(Leggatt), £s 5S- 

82 & 83 " Flamingo," after Le Brun, by W. Pether; and " De Witt," 

after Rembrandt, by J. G. Haid, proof before letters (Home). 

84 " William Hogarth," by C. Towneley (Rimell), i8s. 

85 " William Pether," by and after himself, proof before all letters (Cross), 

£2 ss. 

86 " William Ward, the Engraver," mezzotint, proof before all letters 

(Greville), £2 2s. 

87 " Benjamin West," after J. Green, by W. Say, open letter proof 

(Greville), £1 is 

88 & 89 "William Wissing," after himself, by J. Smith; and "Life 

School at the Royal Academy," after Zoffany, by R. Earlom, proof, 

with key (Wade), ;^i los. 
90 " Helena Forman," by R. Earlom, proof before all letters (Leggatt), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
gi " Eleanor Gwyn and her two children," after Lely, by R. Tompson 

(Pearson), £i() 19s. 

92 " Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth," after Lely, by Blooteling (Pearson), 

£7 7s- 

93 " Right Hon. Henry Pelham," after Shackleton, by R. Houston, first 

state (F. Daniell), £2 2s. 

94 "Earl St. Vincent," after J. Stuart, by J. R. Smith; "The Duke of 

Kent," after Beechey, by W. Say (Rimell), £3 3s. 



38 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

95 "Lady Munro," after Lawrence, by T. Lupton ; and "Sir Thomas 

Munro," after Shee, by Cousins (Cubitt), £,z 2S. 

96 " Buonaparte as First Consul," after Appiani, by J. R. Smitli, printed 

in colours (Sabin), £l\^, 14s. 

97 " The Sportsman's Return," after Morland, by W. Ward, printed in 

colours (Bond), £,22 is. 

98 " Inside of a Country Ale-House," after Morland, by W. Ward, printed 

in colours (W. Sabin), £.i,Q 19s. 

99 " The Farmyard," after Morland, by W. Ward, open letter proof 

(withdrawn). 
100 " The Warrener, " after and by the same, proof before any letters 

(Colnaghi and Co.), ;^6s 2S. 
loi " Juvenile Navigators," after Morland, by W. Ward, proof, with uncut 

margin (Colnaghi and Co.), £,•}% 15s- 

102 " The Public House Door," after Morland, by J. R. Smith, proof, with 

uncut margin (Grayson), £i?> i8s. 

103 " The Sportsman's Return," after Morland, by W. Ward (Grayson), 

£l 7s- 

104 " John Jackson," after Ben Marshall, by C. Turner, open letter proof 

(Fores), £2 15s. 

105 " The Raby Pack," after Chalon, by W. Ward, proof before all letters 

(Ellis and Smith), £'yi gs. 

106 " The Duke of Hamilton on horseback," after Garrard, by W. Ward, 

uncut margin (Davis), £(> i6s. 6d. 

107 " Portraits of ' Sir David ' and ' Orville,' " after Chalon, by W. Ward 

(Lauser), j^i7 17s. 

108 " The Gamesters," and " The Fortune Teller," after Peters, by J. R. 

Smith and W. Ward, a pair (Brown), £21) 8s. 

109 " A St. James' Beauty and a St. Giles' Beauty," after Benwell, by 

Bartolozzi, finely printed in colours (Amor), £\<) 19s. 

110 " Children relieving a Beggar-boy," after Beechey, by Wilkin, proof 

before letters (Maggs), £i 8s. 

111 " The Discovery," and " The Fair Seducer," after Morland, by E. 

Dum^e," a pair, in bistre (Ellis and Smith), £\<) igs. 

112 " Lovelace in Prison," and the companion, after Rigaud, by Bartolozzi, 

in bistre (Vokins), ^3 3s. 

113 "A Classical Subject," after Kauffman, by Bartolozzi; and another, 

(Saunders), £c, 53. 

114 " Historical subjects," after Hamilton, by Bartolozzi, a pair, ovals; 

and " Constantia," after the same, in colours (Vaughan), £,% i8s. 6d. 

115 "A Turkish Beauty," after Kauffman, by Bartolozzi; and another, 

printed in colours (Tata), £'i 3s. 
Ii5 " Nymphs and Sleeping Cupid," after A. Kauffman, by Ryland, printed 
in colours (Davis), ^14 14s. 

117 " Gathering Fruit," and " Gathering Wood," after Morland, by R. 

Meadow's, a pair, printed in colours (Sabin), :£'22 is. 

118 " A Farmer's Visit to his Married Daughter," and the companion, 

after Morland, by W. Nutter, in bistre (Barnard), £i 8s. 

119 " A Visit to the Grandfather," after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward (Maggs), 

£^. 

120 " The Pig Sty," and " The Sheep Pen," after Morland, bf J. R. Smith, 

printed in colours (Saunders), £-j ys. 



December 14, 1909. 3^ 



Cries of London: 'Primroses,'" after Wheatley, by Schiavonetti, 

printed in colours, unframed (Blythe), £(> i6s. 6d. 
Guinea Pigs," and " Dancing Dogs," after Morland, by T. Gaugain, 

a pair, printed in colours (Coureau), ^s^ i+s- 



40 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December !8, 1909. The property of a gentleman. 

DRAWING. 

1 Maplestone, F., " John Rose presenting the first Pineapple grown in 

England to Charles II," 9I x 13I (Leger), £-j 7s. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

2 " Dogs, Pony, and Dead Stag," 30 x 50 (H. Ceilings), £2 12s. 6d. 

3 " Cows and Sheep," on panel, 17 x 23 (Mitchell), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 

4 " Sporting Dogs," " A Woody Landscape," " A Landscape with 

Cottages," and " A Team of Horses " (Sniellie), £■] 7s. 

5 Brown, F., " A Cottage Interior," 23I x 17J (Lister), £\ 53. 

6 Earl, T., " Terrier and Rat," 19I x 25! (Sampson), £7. 12s. 6d. 

7 Guyot, T. L., " Cattle in a Pasture," 14 x 2o| (Smellie), £i^ 14s. 6d. 

8 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., " The Rodney, near Danbury," 15 x 22J 

(Mitchell), ;^io los. 

9 Keyser, N. De (1847), " At the Well," 43J x 32I (Richardson), £(i i6s. 6d. 

10 Landseer, " The Death of the Stag," 24^ x 29I (Sampson), ;^9 19s. 6d. 

11 Muller, C. L. " Reading the Scriptures," 51 x 66 (Sampson), £^ 7*. 

12 Poole, P. F., R.A., " A Peasant Girl," 7x6 (Permain), £-i 5s. 

13 Rowe, S. G., " The Mill on the Common," 17 x 23J (Smith), ;^i 5s. 

14 WoUen, W. B. (1892), " Left to Fate," 50 x 40 (Sampson), £(> i6s. 6d. 

OLD PICTURES. 

15 " Portrait of a Lady," in blue dress, 29 x i\\ (Adams), £% i8s. 6d. 

16 " Portrait of a Lady," in white and green dress, 23 x 19J (Robson), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 

17 " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress, oval, 28 x 23 (Simon), ;^i is. 

18 " Head of a Lady," 13 x 11 (Shepherd), ;^I9 19s. 

19 " Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown coat, in an oval, 12 J x 10 

(CoUings), £\ IS. 

20 " Pointers and Pheasants," 30 x 42 J (Collings), £j, 13s. 6d. 

21 " Portrait of a Gentleman," in blue coat; and "Head of a Cavalier," 

(Salisbury), £\ 14s. 

22 Dance, " Portrait of Queen Charlotte," oval; and " Portrait of a Dutch 

Lady " (Drake), £2 2s. 

23 Dutch School, " Figures in a Sand-Pit " and " A Landscape," with 

horsemen, on panel (Wyndham), £1^ 14s. 6d. 

24 Early English School, " Portrait of Thomas James, Esq.," 33 x 27 

(Robson), £%. 

25 Holbein, H., " Portrait of a Gentleman," in black dress; and " Portrait 

of a Lady," in black dress, a pair, in one frame, 19 x iii each 
(Mayhfw), £io<,. 

26 Hudson, T., " Portrait of a Gentleman," in blue coat, 49 x 39 (Parsons), 

£\\ OS. 6d. 



December i8, 1909. 41 



27 Morland, G., " The Opportunity Makes the Thief," 12 x 10 (Matheson), 

£i^ 19s. 

28 Rigaud, " The Magdalen," 32 x 25 (Salisbury), 17s. 

29 Dyck, Van (after), " Portrait of Cornelius Van Der Geest," 18 x 13^ 

(Amor), £(> 6s. 

Different properties. 

MODERN DRAWINGS. 

30 Stanfield, C, R.A. (1832), " A Wreck on the Coast," 13J x 10 (Wheeler). 

£2 2S. 

31 Hardy, T. B. (1S93), " Entrance to the Guidecca, Venice," 17J x 27J 

(Richardson), £26 5s. 

32 Hardy, T. B. (1892), " Wreck Ashore near Boulogne," 8J x 27J (Mitchell), 

£^i J3S- 

33 Hardy, T. B. (1892), " North Shields," %\ x 27* (Mitchell), ;^i3 13s. 

34 De Wint, P., " River Scene," 81 x 15! (Brown), £10 los. 

35 Hansen, Hans, " The Market-Place, Oran," 26 x 32^ (Col. Smith), 

^9 19s. 6d. 

36 Rossetti, D. G. (1874), " Portrait of Mrs. Morris," chalk, 22 x 17 (Agnew), 

£S0 8s. 

37 Pinwell, G. J. (1871), " A Country Walk," 15a x 22J (Gooden and Fox), 

£iiS los. 

38 AUingham, H., " A Roadside Cottage," 8 x ii| (Ure), ;^29 8s. 

39 Johnstone, H. J., " Weary," 15J x 23J (Richardson), £ig 8s. 6d. 

40 Girtin, T., " The Mouth of the Exe," g x 20 (Gooden and Fox), ;^5 55. 

41 Bennett, W., " A View near the Coast," " A Welsh Stream," and 

" Lake Como, " (Nash), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

42 Lloyd, Tom, " Carting Seaweed," 13 x 27J (Pease), ;^6 6s. 

43 Moore, H., R.A. (1877-9), " A Highland Valley," 14 x 21 (Bowden), 

£iO 103 

MODERN PICTURES. 

44 Moore, H., R.A. (1878), " Sea Piece," 13J x 25I (Lister), ^£^12 12s. 

45 Moore, H., R.A. (1877), " Mist on the Hills," 8 x 17^ (Amor), £2 2S. 

46 Herkomer, Sir H. Von, R.A. (1906), " Portrait of Lady Sawyer," 41J x 39 

(Leger), £l^ 17s. 

47 Faed, T., R.A. " Keswick Lake," 8^ x 115 (Byrne), £^ 14s. 6d. 

48 Wimperis, E. M., " Moorland Scene," qj x 132- (Gooden and Fox), 

£16 i6s. 

49 Hannam, Florence (1895), " The Origin of the Litany," 57J x 80 (Byrnej, 

£10 lOS. 

50 Wimperis, E. M. (1892), " The way across the marsh," 23-i x 35 

(Sampson), ;^92 8s. 

51 Hayes, E., R.H.A. (1864), " Granlon Harbour, l~irih of Forth," \2\ x 24,- 

(Gooden and Fox), £?> 18s. 6d. 

52 Michelis, A. (i860), " Winter," 31 x 38I (H. Collings), £2 2s. 

53 Pastega, L., " The Quarrel," 23 x 31 (Holmes), £q 9s. 

54 Shayer, W., Sen. (1836), " Milking-Time," 27J x 35^ (Bell), £^2 10s. 

55 Barraud, W. (1837), " The Colonel," with a groom, in a landscape, 37 x /■] 

(Roe), £>, ss. 

56 Murray, David, R.A. (1S92), " Landscape," 17 x 23J (Bales), ;£J37 i6s. 



42 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

57 Murray, David, R.A. (1894), " Wind-blown ashes," 17 x 23J (Waters), 

-£2q 8s. 
5$ Murray, David, R.A. (1900), " Labourers Returning," 11 J x 17^ (Waters), 

J^I2 I2S. 

59 Murray, David, R.A. (1892), " Tlie Water-Cart," iij x 17I (Jameson), 

;f27 6s. 

60 Murray, David, R..\. (1893), " Cow Parsley," Ji~ x 17.1 (Jameson), 

;^27 6s. 

61 Murray, David, R.A. (1893), " A Quiet Hour," iij x 17^ (Jameson), jC^i. 
6a Hayes, E., R.H.A., "Early Morning: Coast of Spain," 40 x 50 (Bull), 

£21. 

63 Stark, J., " A View near Norwich," 10 x 17J (Seligmann), ;^I9 19s. 

64 Farquharson, D., A. R.A. (1891-2), " Aberfeldy," 47 x 71I (Green), 

;/riI5 lOS. 

65 Stark, J., " A Woody Landscape," 35! x 52 (Vicars), ;£'204 15s. 

66 Walker, J. Hanson (1892), " A Reverie," 30 x 25 (Wallis), £ig 19s. 

67 Macallum, Hamilton (1880), " A sketch of ' Rocked in the Cradle of the 

Deep ' "; and an engraving, 14J x 26i (Mason), £^6 4s. 

68 Stone, Marcus, R.A. (1881), " Winter," 36 x 24 (Sampson), ;^8i los. 

69 Ellis, Edwin, " The Bathers," 11 x 47 (Wallis), £1"; 17s. 

70 Ellis, Edwin, " Th? Island Shore," 11 x 47 (Wallis), ;^i8 i8s. 

71 Farquharson, J., A. R.A. " On the Sands at Cruden Bay," 17! x 29^ 

(Penn), j£'22 is. 

72 Ellis, Edwin, " Fishing-Boat off Whitby Harbour," 17 x 32^ (Lister), 

:^i8 i8s. 

73 Millais, Sir J. E., P. R.A. " A Study for ' The Ransom,* " gj x 7 

(Shepherd), ^£'27 6s. 

74 Cooper, T. S., R.A. (1880), " Three sheep in a landscape," 13 x 10 J 

(Mitchell), £28 7s. 

75 Dupr^, J., " A Farmstead," 14 x 20 (Sampson), £y ys. 

76 Blinks, T., " The Babes in the Woo_d," 17J x 13! (Gooden and Fox), 

£28 7S. 

77 Blinks, T., " Good Dog," 17-j- x 13I (Ryce), ;^26 5s. 

78 Leader, B. W., R..A. (1908), " On the River Llugwy, near Capel Curig," 

12J X 16J (Mitchell), ;^33 12s. 

79 Jacquet, G., " Clarissa," 12J x 9 (Mace), £^y 15s. 

The property of a gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

80 Aglio, .A., " Landscape," 2oi x 17 (H. Collings), £2 12s. 6d. 

81 Dutch School, " A Landscape," with figures, and " A Woody Landscape " 

(Buck), £q qs. 

82 Greuze, " A Girl," looking at a vase of flowers, 30 x 25 (Amor), j^'ig 19s. 

83 Hobbema, " Woody Landscape," 15} x 20 (Mace), ;£'26 5s. 

84 Hook, J. C, R.A., " Lady Jane Grey and Feckenham," 44 x 33J 

(.Sampson), £6 6s. 

85 Poussin, " Woody Landscape," 45 x 55 (Nash), £n 4s. 

86 Rubens, " Isabella of Austria," 49 x 39 (Carfax), ;^37 i6s. 

87 Ruysdael, " Woody Landscape," i6J- x 2oi (Paterson), ^16 i6s. 

88 Spanish School, " The Holy Family," 47 x 38 (Nicholson), ;^8 8s. 

89 Teniers, "Strolling Musicians"; and "A Hunting Party," after 

Wouverman (Port), £2 5s. 



December i8, 1909. 43 



DRAWINGS. 

90 Downman, J., A.R.A. (1883), " Portrait of Mrs. G. L. Way," oval, 

8 X 61 (Sabin), ^180. 

91 Downman, J., A.R.A. (1883), " Portrait of G. L. Way, Esq ," oval, 

8 X 6J (Colnaghi and Co.), £3g i8s. 

Dififerent properties. 

PASTELS. 

92 Longastre, L. De, " Portraits of a Lady and Gentleman," in dark 

dresses, with powdered hair, a pair, 24J x 21 (Landstein), £2 3s. 

OLD PICTURES. 

93 " Portraits of the Earl of Southampton " and " Countess of Southamp- 

ton," a pair, 8x5^ (Renton), j^3S 14s. 

94 " Portrait of Isabella of .Austria," 10 x 7I (Rice), £42. 

95 Clouet, " Portrait of Francois de Coligny, Seigneur d'Andelet," gj x 6} 

(Reiss), £10^. 

96 Holbein, " Portrait of Odet de Coligny, Cardinal de Chatillon," 12J x 7 

(Robbins), £;ii 12s. 

97 Hagen, J. Van " Farm Scene," 15 x 27I (Lewis and Simmons), £29 i8s. 

98 Heere, L. De, " Portraits of Ren^ de Batarnay, Comte de Bouchage," 

and " Isabelle de Savoye, Comtesse de Bouchage, daughter of Ren4, 
Bastard de Savoye," a pair, 6J x sJ (Huggins), ;f5i4 los. 

99 Holbein, " Portrait of a Lady," black dress, 8j x 7 (Ball), £15 15s. 

100 Italian School, " Portrait of a Senator," 8| x 6| (AgnewO, £iy 17s. 

101 Wouverman, " Sacking a Farm," 14 x 17I (Glen), £52 ids. 

102 Leiy, " Portrtait of the Earl of Lauderdale," 42J x 35 (Permain), £j\6 4s. 

103 Spanish School, " Head of a Girl," 245 x 19 (Dowdeswell), £$2 los. 

104 Canaletto, A., " Canal Scenes, Venice," 18 x 28 (Paterson), ;^27 6s. 

105 Wilson, R., R.A., " River Scene," 16 x 20 (Paterson), :£io los. 

106 Canaletto, " The Piazzetta of St. Mark's," and " The Doge's Palace, 

Venice," a pair, 18J x 33 (CoUings), £2 13s. 6d. 

107 Nasmyth, A., "View of Edinburgh, from Calton Hill," 15I x 23I 

(Gooden and Fox), £26 15s. 

108 Early British School, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 50 'c j8 

(McCormick), .£304 ids. 

109 Migen, O. (1667), " Fruit and lobster on a table," 255 x 20J (Clark), 

;tSO 8s. 

110 Tintoretto, " The Holy Family," 37 x 34I (Hughes), ;^32 iis. 

111 Velde, Van De, " A Peasant and .Animals near a Ruin," gj x 12 

(Edmunds), £2 13s. 6d. 

112 Carracci, " The .Agony in the Garden," 38 x 30 (Cohen), ^^26 5s 

113 Early English School, " .\ lady and child giving alms to a soldier 

and his family," 2gi x 35-i (withdrawn). 

114 Ruysdael, " Woody Landscape," with a ruined castle and figures, 15^ x 2j| 

(Paterson), ;^I4 14s. 

115 Lingelbach, J., " The Departure for the chase," 30J x sij (Wagner), 

£() I OS. 6d. 

116 Nasmyth, " Woody Landscape," with cottage and horseman on a ro.id, 

II X 15 (H. Collings), £2 2S. 



44 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

117 Italian School, " Santa Maria Delia Salute " and " The Doge's Palace, 

Venice," a pair, 26 x 35 (Richardson), ;£i2 is. 6d. 

118 Storck, A., " A View off Dordrecht " and " A View at Amsterdam." a 

pair, 25! X 32 (Cohen), ^^52 los. 

119 Storck, A., " Seaports," with shipping and figures, a pair, 30J x 24^ 

(Smith), ;£22 IS, 
lao Jong, W. De, " Landscapes," a pair, 11 x 8J (Huggins), £ij 9s. 
131 Ruysch, R., " Flowers in a Sculptured Vase," 21 x 16 (Ceilings}, 

jQii OS. 6d. 
laa Greuze, " Head of a Girl," \-j\ x 13! (Seligmann), £11 iis. 

123 Snyders, " A WoH Hunt," 51 x 82 (Fielding), ;£'2i. 

124 Morland, G., " Donkeys and Pigs " and " A White Horse and Sheep," 

a pair, 13I x 18 (Bates), £f 7s. 

125 Momper, De. " Hilly Landscape," 19 x 26 (Arnold), £■; 7s. 

126 Hogarth, " Voltaire and a party of gentlemen," 12J x 22^ (Grenfell), 

£i,i i8s. 

127 Breughel, P., " h Town on a frozen river," 14I x 22 (Rice), £2t, 2S 

128 Dietricy, C. W. E. {1741), " -^ Jewish Rabbi," 8| s 7 (Richardson), 

The property of a gentleman. 

PORTRAITS. 

129 " Portrait of Charles, Earl of Halifax," 49 x 40 (Bullock), ;£'i2 12s. 

130 " Portrait of General Edward Montagu," 49 x 39 (Cohen), £?, i8s. 6d. 

131 " Portrait of Brigadier Montagu and his wife (ni5e Arabella Trevor)," 

a pair, 29I x 24J (Wood), jQio los. 

132 " Portrait of Miss Harriet Montagu," 29J x 24^ (Wright), ;^ios. 

133 " Portrait of Lieut.-Colonel Edward Montagu," 29I x 24J (Cohen), £^ 5s. 

134 " Portrait of a Gentleman," in blue dress, 225 x 17! (Salisbury), 

;^4 14s. 6d. 

135 " Portrait of a Gentleman," in black coat, 22 x 17 (Nicholson), £1 ids. 

PASTELS. 

136 Russell, J., R.A. (1778), " Portraits of Sir William Wolseley, sixth 

Baronet, and Lady Wolseley," a pair, 34 x 28^ (Thomas), £i^o. 

PICTURES. 

137 Dutch School, " A Hunting Party," 40 x 50 (Amor), ;^37 i6s. 

138 DiJrer, " Heads of the Emperors Sigismund and Charlemagne," 24 x 18^ 

(Amor), ^^131 5=:. 

139 Siirlorius, P". (17(17', " Buy Malton," on Newmarket Heath, 23I x 40 

(Breeze), £i(> i6s. 

140 Snyers, Peter, "A Peacock," with vegetables and fruit, 47 z 39 

(Nicholson), ;^3i los. 

141 Snyers, Peter, " A Peacock," with flowers in a garden, 43^ x 33 (Amor), 

;^33 I2S. 

PICTURES. 

142 Borgognone, " .\r\ Army on the March," and " A Battle Scene," a pair, 

32 X 46 (H. Collings), £s iss. 6d. 

143 Dutch School, " A Farm," with a plantation and a dove-cot, 32^ x 39 

(Peace), ^^47 £«. 



December iS, 1909. 45 



144 Early English School, " A Lady Dancing," a sketch, 27J x 23 

(Parsons), £^9 '^s. 

145 Italian School, " Diana and Endymion," 33 x 46 (Salisbury), £t is. 

146 Italian School, " The Adoration of the Shepherds " and " A Ruined 

Castle " (Buck), £2 12s 6d. 

147 Neefs, P., " The Interior of a Church " and " The Rape of the 

Sabines," unframed (Harries), £1 i8s. 

148 Verendael, Van, " The Holy Family " and " A Figure Subject " (Van 

Duren), £s 53. 



46 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December 20, 1 909. The following were the property oi 
the late Alfred Burger, Esq., of 51, Margaret Street, Regent 
Street, W., and part the property of Madame Burger. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Hamilton, H. D., R.H.A., " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 

unframed, and " Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown coat, pastels, a 
pair, oval, loj x 8j (Leger), £i is. 

2 Prout, " The Interior of a Church," 13! x 9J (C. Davis), £1 los. 

PICTURES. 

3 Baptiste, " Flowers in a Basket," 32I x 2i| CEUis and Smith), ;^i8 i8s. 

4 Cotes, "Portrait of a Lady," in grey dress, 29 x 24 (Clark), £1$ 15s. 

5 Dutch School, " Landscape," with an old cottage, etc., 25 x 32 (Glen), 

;^9 9S. 

6 Dutch School, " Head of a Gentleman," with white collar, ovalj 6J x 5i 

(C. Davis), £13 13s. 

7 Dutch School, "A Cobbler's Shop," on copper; and " Misers" (Crome), 

;^2 I2S. 6d. 

8 Early English School, " Portrait of a Nobleman," in Peer's robes, 

unframed, 50 x 40 (Hughes), ;^ii lis. 

9 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 29 x 24I 

(Clark), ;^I2 12s. 

10 Early English School, " Heads of a Boy and a Girl," a pair, oval, 8 x 6J 

(C. Davis), ;^24 3s. 

11 Early English .School, " Head of a Gentleman," with blue coat, oval, 

9 X 6j (C. Davis), ;£io los. 

12 French School, " Portrait of George, Prince of Wales," oval, 25^ x 20J 

(C. Davis), ;^I3 13s. 

13 French School, "A Forest Scene," with figures; and "A Woody Land- 

scape," with cattle (Maynard), £2 5s. 

14 Hoppner, " Head of .t Lady," in white dress, oval, 27 x 21 (T. Permain), 

;^4 4S- 

15 Italian .School, " The Holy Family," 22J circular (Glen), £g 19s. 6d. 

16 Koekkoek, W., "A View in a Town: Winter," unframed, and "A 

Landscripe," by E. C, on panel (Wallis), ^s 'Ss. 6d. 

17 Nattier, " Portrait of a Lady," in blue cloak, 25 x 20 (C. Davis), ;^25 4s. 

18 Ostade, " Peasants Smoking " and " Cooking Chesnuts " (Crome), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

19 Pczous, T., " Figures before an Inn " and " A Ffite at St. Peter's, 

Rome " (Crome), £3 S^- 

20 Piazzetta, " Head of a Young Girl " and " Portrait of a Lady," oval, 

unframed (Maynard), ;^4 4s. 

21 Romney, G., " Head of a Lady," oval, 17 x 13J (C. Davis), ;^52 los. 

22 Slaughter, .S. (1745), " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, unframed, 

SO X 40 (Leggatt), ;£:22 is. 

23 Spanish School, " Portrait of a Lady," holding a book, unframed, 34 x 26 

(T. Permain), £1 lis. 6d. 



December 20, 1909. 47 



24 Watteau, " Lovers," 7J x 9} (Crome), £s S*- 

25 Willaerts, A., " Fishermen on the Coast " and " A Bridge over a River," 

unframed (Collings), ;64 '5s- 

The property of a lady. 

DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

26 De Wint, P., "A River Scene"; and "Coats of Arms," by W. L. 

Leitch (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

27 Fripp, G. A. {1842), " A Cottage," with children (Vicars), £t, 153. 

28 Leitch, W. L. " The Grange, Hampshire " (Misell, Jr.), 53. 
'• Raith " and " The Coast at Hastings " (Drake), lOf. 

Stirling " and " Cottages in Surrey " (Holroyd), los. 6d. 

" Tantallon Castle," etc. (Drake), 155. 

' Cottage interiors, figures," etc. (Wagner), ;^i as. 

' St. Marlt's, Venice," " Roman Ruins," etc. (Sachlick/, 

" Studies of trees, landscapes, etc.," and a " Boat," by 
E. Duncan (Holroyd), 12s. 
35 & 36 Leitch, W. L., " Balmoral," " Lochawe," etc., thirteen in six 
mounts, pencil, and " Lago di Garda, Palermo," etc., pencil (Spencer), 
5.S. od. 

Framed. 

37 Barret, G., " A Woody Landscape," 5J x 8J (Suchlich), 6s. 

38 Leitch, W. L., " An Italian Harbour," sepia, 9 x 15 (Suchlich), 8s. 

39 Leitch, W. L., " A Castle in the Isle of Man," 8 x 12 (Mare), 6s. 

40 Leitch, W. L., "Balcarres"; and ".An Italian Bay Scene" (Suchlich), 

I2S. Oil. 

41 Leitch, W. L., " .\ Roman Woman "; and " Two Studies of Italian 

Peasants," by C. Stanfield, R.A. (Sackville Gallery), i6s. 

42 Leitch, W. L., " On the Grieff, Renfrewshire," 13 x 2o\ (Pairpoint), 

19s. od. 

PICTURE. 

43 Early English School, " Hc-ids of two children," unframed, ii-J x 15 

(Nicholson), £(1 6s. 



29 


Leitch, 


W. 


L., 


^0 


Leitch, 


W. 


L., ' 


?! 


Leitch, 


W. 


L., 


32 


Leitch, 


W. 


L., 


?,?, 


Leitch, 


W. 


L., 




13s. 


od. 




34 


Leitch, 


W. 


L., 



Different properties. 



DRAWINGS. 



44 An Album, containing twenty-two black and white drawings of Studies 

of Landscapes and Trees, by T. Gainsborough, R-.'X., eleven small 
pencil Portraits, by Sir T. Lawrence, P.R..A., and other Sketches of 
the Dutch and Italian Schools (Smith), ;^23 2s. 

Framed. 

45 " Lord Nelson," 12 x 10 (Pollard), £$ 5s. 

46 Rosalba, " Heads of Nymphs," a pair, pastels, i2{ x 11 (Brown), 

^74 14s. 6d. 

47 Buck, " Head of n Lady," 51 x 4^ (Wagner), ^2. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



48 Sarto, A. Del, " Head of a Soldier," red and black chalk, isi x iif 

(Buck), £:,. 

49 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., " Playmates," 22 x 18 (Wagner), j^io ics. 

50 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., " Spring," 14 x 17 (Lucy), jQ-j 17s. 6d. 

51 Macbeth, R. W., R.A. (1S78), " A Sardine-Boat," 11 x 14 (Bell), £(> 6s. 

52 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., "A Fishing Boat," 9I x 13J (Ballard), ;^5 153. 6d. 

53 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., " A Souvenir of Diana," gj x 13J (Woods), 

£•> 5s- 

54 Macbeth, R. W.. R.A., " Ariel," 7x5! (Wylde), ;^8 8s. 

55 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., " Fauna Fatua," a miniature on ivory, 5x4 

(Sabin), £,(> i6s. 6d. 

56 Butler, Mildred A., " A Sheltered Corner," 20 x 27J (Bowden), ;^5 55. 

57 Perego (1877), " Italian Musicians "; and " Crossing the Common, 

Sunset " (Sackville), £,2. 2s. 

58 Nicol. Erskine, A. R.A. (185s), " An Irish Peasant-Girl." 13I x io| 

(Lister), ;^s ss. 

59 Fox, H. C, " A Road Scene "; and " Tring Park," by J. Macpherson 

(Leger), ^^3 3s. 

60 Brown, M. Cooper, " Sunset on the Coast, Largo Bay "; and " Silvery 

Twilight " (Watson), ;^3 13s. 6d 

61 Brown, M. Cooper, "Returning from Pastures," 9I x g^ (Watson), 

£2 2S. 

62 Brown, M. Cooper, "A Pastoral "; and "Returning to the Fold: 

Winter " (Vyning), £1, 14s. 6d 

63 Dolland, W. A., " Summer," 18 x 8 (Gooden and Fox), ^11 iis. 

64 Don, Martino Del, "The South Aisle"; and "The High Altar, St. 

Peter's, Rome," a pair, 18J x 12 J (Barr), £% iSs. 6d. 

65 Hunt, W., " Old Cottage at Cassiobury," 12 x 16 (Palser), ;^5 5s. 

66 Buchanan, J. P., "A Woody Stream "; and " Changing Pastures " 

(Buck), £(, 6s. 

67 Mottram, C. S. (1895), " Boats in a Calm "; and " Fishing-Boats " 

(White), £2 I2S. 6d. 
i& Ludovici, A. (i8go), "Private Theatricals," 7J x 18 (White), £-i 12s. 6d. 

69 Poole, P. F., R.A. " A Fisher-Girl "; and " Head of a Cow," by T. S. 

Cooper, R.A., chalk (Misell, Jr.), 10s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

70 Herring, " Horse-Racing," a pair, 5 x 10 (Drake), £\ los. 

71 Wardle, A., " The Garden Wall," loj x si (Hill), ;^4 4s. 
73 Brown, M. Cooper, " Evening," gj x iij (Grant), £-i 2s. 

73 Collins, W., R.A., ■' A Visit to the Spring," 27J x 35^ (Upperton), £z aa. 

74 Peel, J., "The Llugwy Valley at Bryntyrch (29J x 47J (Mitchell), fy 9s. 

75 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., " The Orange-Court, Seville," igj x 23! (H»aton), 

£c, gs. 

76 Herring, J. F., Sen. (1837), " Portrait of ' Partisan,' " the property of 

Lord Loder, in a paddock, 27^ i 36 (Fores), £-x,\ los. 

77 Heijligprs, E. f^'. (1865), " Heirlooms," 25 x 30^ (Mrs. Wheeler), 

;^8 18s. 6d. 
7I Htrring, J. F., " Portrait of ' Gray Monius ' (winner of the Derby)," 

gJ X \\\ (Grose), £1 is. 
79 Herring, J. F., " A Hunting Subject," gi x \\\ (Fores), ;^3 15s. 
So Herrinfi, J. F., " Farm-Horses, Pigs and Ducks, in a yard," igi x a<^ 

(N»vill), £11 13s 



December 20, 1909. 49 



81 Zeitter, J. C, "Hungarian Peasants before an Inn," 2o| by 36 (Crome/, 

£3 35 ■ 

82 Crawford, E. T., R.S.A. (1852), " Dutch Market-Boats on the Dort," 

19J X 29J (VVyatt , ;/7ii lis. 

83 Solomon, A., " The Departure of the Diligence, Biarritz," 16 x ij 

(Earle), £6 6s. 

84 Willems, F., " The Glass of Wine," 17 x 13* (Grose), i8s. 

85 Thier, B. H., " A Bull in a Landscape," 17 .^ 14^ (Crome), £2 los. 

8b French School, " The Dauphin and his sister, Marie Th^r^se, " a 
pair, oval, ji .x 17 (Leggatt), £2g. 

87 Vernon, .A. L. (1875), " The Trysting-Place," 31 x 24J (Lister), ;£'3 los. 

88 Modern, " Milking-Time," 19 x 24 (Buck), ;^6 6s. 

8g Barnard, F. (1873), " Piping Times of Peace "; and " Landscapes," a 
pair, (Browning), £1 los. 

90 Br^e, M. Y. Van, " Napoleon and the Fates," 23 x 18 (withdrawn). 

91 Lefevre, R. (1812). " Portrait of Napoleon," oval, 24J x 20 (withdrawn). 

92 Reynolds, " Hope Nurturing Love," 55 x 45! (Glen), ;£;'ioo i6s. 

93 Kneller, " Portrait of Chief Justice Wogan, sometime M.P. for Pem- 

brokeshire, 50 X 40 (Belts), £6 6s. 
Hi) English School, "Portrait of Burke," 30 x 25 (Harries), 12s. 

95 Isabey, J. B., " Portrait of a Gentleman," in grey coat, oval, 10 x 8 

(Woods), £^ 14s. 6d. 

96 Francks, " The .Adoration of the Shepherds," on copper, 13 J x loi 

(Crome), £t los. 
<)7 Kneller, " Portrait of Charlotte, Countess of .Aylesbury, with her 

daughter Charlotte," 49 x 35 (Buck), £2 13s. 6d. 
c|S Wissing, " Portrait of Que^n Mary," 46 x 40 (Mrs. Wheeler), 

£g 19s. 6d. 
qq Wouverman, " Cavaliers at a Booth ": and " A River Scene," on 

panel (Harries), £$ 53. 
I'w, Dutch School, "Portrait of Sir Francis Knollys, 49 x 39 (Richardson), 

£3° 9S- 
loi Lawrence, " Madame Vestris, playing a guitar," 13^ x 11 J- (Cording), 

£5 iSS- 6d. 
102 Nattier, " Portrait of a Lady," in yellow dress, 32^ x 26 (Ryan), 

;£;22 IS. 

105 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, ag x 24 

(Cooper), ;^to los. 
104 Dellon. R. (1732), " Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown dress, 29} x 24 

(Mrs. Wheeler), £2. 
I0-; Stry, Van, " Peasants and .\nimals in a Landscape," 14J x 18 (Misell, 

Jr.), £1 IS. 

106 Schalcken, " Christ and Nicodemus; Candlelight," 19 x 16J (Richard- 

son), ;£'l0 los. 

107 Blocmen, P. Van, " Travelling Peasants and Animals," igj x 16 (Nash), 

£3 3S- 

108 Tiepolo, G. B., " Queen Esther before King Ahasuerus," 35 i 69 (Sack- 

ville Gallery), £m 14s 

109 Carracci, " A Cardinal with Angels," joa x 63 (Lamplough), £3 12s. 6d. 
no Italian School, " A Fish-Merchant," 36 x 47 (Harries), £3 las. 6d. 
Ill Hudson, T., " Portrait of a Gentleman," in grey dress, 38 x 43 (Clark). 

£y 17s. 6d. 



so ART PRICES CURRENT. 

112 Hudson, T., " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 29J x 24 (Land- 

stein), 15s. 

113 Romney (after), " Lady with a Dog," 14^ x loj (Reid), ;^i 5s. 

114 Early English School, " Young Wood-Cutters," 29 x 24 (Brownlow), 

£^ 5S- 
:i5 Walker, " Oliver Cromwell, in armour," oval, 285 x 23I (Cohen), 
£6 i6s. 6d. 

116 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), " Simplicity," 29 x 24 (Richardson), 

£16 i6s. 

117 Lawrence, " The Infant Saint John," 2oin., circular (Allen), ;^i. 

iiS Bonington, " A View in an Old Town," 6i x 81 (Richardson), ;^I4 14s. 

119 Berchem, "Landscape," lOj x 13 (Mills), £4 4s. 

J20 Os, J. G. Van, " Peasants and Animals," 9 x iij (Wyat), £i\ 14s. 6d. 

121 Raflaelle (after), "Madonna dei Grande Duca," 33 x 21^ (Agnew), 

122 Hogarth, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in red dress, 24 x i8| (Crome), 

£^ 5S- 

123 Craesbeeck, " Peasants playing cards," 14 x iSJ (Parsons), ;^I3 13s. 

124 French School. " Figures in a Garden "; and the companion, a 

pair, 17 s iSj (Graves), £4 4s. 

125 Molenaer, " An Interior, with figures merrymaking," 25^ x 32 (Crome), 

£g igs. 6d. 

126 Morland, " A Shepherd with Sheep," 24 x 22 (Hunter), £g gs. 

127 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress, 18 x 14 

(Truber), ;^73 ids. 

128 Dutch School. " Head of a Gentleman," with large white ruff, iij x gj 

(Leslie), ;£^io los. 
)2q Dyck, Van, " Head of a Gentleman," with fur cloak, 16^ x iij (Pater- 
son), ;^25 4s. 

130 Neer, A. Van Der, " A Conflagration in a Dutch Town," 13 x 16J 

(Seymour), ;£^iis los. 

131 Early English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman (said to be Horace 

Walpole), " in brown dress, 43 x 345 (Ceilings), £2 I3S- 6d. 

132 Kneller School, " A Girl and a Boy, with a Dog," 58 x 58 (Mrs. 

Wheeler), ;^i6 ss- 6d. 

133 Early English Scliool, " Hend of a Child," nj x 8^ (Mrs. Wheeler), 

J2S. 

134 Early English School, " Portraits of a Lady "; and " A Gentleman," a 

pair, 29 X 24J (Cohen), £2 5s. 

135 Dow, " A Philosopher, with a skull," gj x SJ (Cohen), ;^33 12s. 

The property of a lady. 

PICTURES. 

136 " A Vase of Flowers "; and " Flowers and Bird's Nest " (Cohen), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

137 Breughel, " A Winter Scene," 45 x 63 (Streletskie), £6 16s. 6d. 

138 Craddock, " Peacock, poultry, and other birds " (Cohen), £1^ 13s. 

139 Dutch School, " A Lady at her Toilet," 24 x ig (Weekes), £6 i6s. od. 

140 Haarlem, Cornelius Van, " .Mfred the Great," 23J x 17J (Hoddinott), 

£1 IS. 

141 Knt.-llfr, " Queen Anne and Prince George of Denmark," 30 x 25, 

.^5 rfi 



December 20, 1909. 51 



142 Lely, " The Earl of Clarendon," in Chancellor's robes, 30 x 25 (Bell), 

£8 8s. 

143 Modern, " Mary, Queen of Scols, on her way to Execution," 49 x 39 

(Grose), £1 lis. 6d. 
14^ Morland, " A Peasant with Pigs," 32! x 43 (Hoddinott), ^3 13s. 6d. 

145 Morland, " The Toil-Gate," 23 x 28 (Warren), ;^s ss. 

146 Unknown. " Portrait of Thomas Vero," in armour; and " Portrait of 

a Lady," in black and white dress (Marcus), .£1 I5«:. 

147 Dyck, Van, " Charles I. on Horseback," 46 x 33J (Hoddinott), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 

148 " A Girl with a Hurdy-Gurdy "; and " Pet Pigeons," oval (Parsons), 

£7 7S- 

149 Aiken, H., " Hunting Scenes," a pair, 5^ x gj (Fores), £iy 17s. 

150 Evans. W., " A View in Wales "; and " The Pass of Glencoe " (Leger), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

151 Guardi, F., " Buildings near Venice," pen and ink and wash, 75 i 12, 

(Crichlon), ids. 6d. 

152 Hardy, T. B., "Scheveningen "; and " TriJport," a pair, .;] ?; 6J 

(Mitchell), £7 7s. 

PICTURES. 

153 Bristow, E., " Greyhounds," 5* x 7J (Leggatt), £■; 17s. 6d. 

154 Wonte, ■ "A Storm at Sea," on panel; and "A Harbour Scene " 

(Crichlon), ^6 t>s. 



52 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



January 29, 1910, The property of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 " Views in Venice," a pair, 9 x 14J (Leger), ;£2 los. 

2 Bach, Guido (.1870/, " -An Italian Peasant Boy," 195 x 14?; (Lister), 

;£'i2 IS. 6d. 

3 Baker, S. H., " The Severn, near Buildvvas," 17J- x 27I (Leger), ^^3 3s. 

4 Bennett, W. (1864), " The Hayfield," 15 x 25J- (Wallis), ^^'4 53. 

5 Bennett, W., " In Bedington Park " and " Glen Calster," a pair, 

14 X 21 (Wallis), ;£?2 10=:. 

6 Bennett, W., " Windsor Park " and " A Landscape," with church 

and cattle (Wallis), j£y 7s. 

7 Bennett, W., " Glengarriff, Ireland," and " A Cornish Coast Scene. " 

by S. Cook (Mullen), £2 I3S- 6d. 

8 Bignami, V., " A Pifferari Boy " and " A Lock on a River " (Tooth\ 

9 Bingley, J. G, " Landscape," with cattle, and " .A Bay Scene; 

Moonlight " (Sydenham), 15s. 
10 Birtles, H. (1871), " Sheep in a Landscape," 14 x 23J (Cooling), £1 153. 
I! Bradley, Basil (1879), " Waiting for Dinner, Connemara," 13J x 204 

(Hawes), ^13 2S. 6d. 

12 Collingwood, W., " An Interior, Knole," 135 x 19I (Cooling), £2 ss. 

13 Cook, S. (of Plymouth), " The Cat Water, Plymouth," and " Windsor 

Forest," a pair, 13 J x 20 (Leger), £s iss. 6d. 

14 Cook, W. (of Plymouth, 1871), " A Coast Scene," and ' A River 

Scene " (Leger), £S i8s. 6d. 

15 Cooper, T. S., R.A. (1864), " Sheep on the South Downs," 17 x iij 

(Sampson), ;^42. 

16 Cox, D., " Landscape," with a herdsman and cattle, 9J x lij CWallis), 

;£77 J4S- 

17 Dibdin, T. C. (1870), " The Belfry and Hotel de Ville, Calais," 214 x 14^ 

(Gooden and Fox), £6 i6c. 6d. 

18 Dobson, W. C. T., R.A. (1877), " Lilies," 8J x 7 (Lister), £3. 

19 Duncan, E. (1859), " Going Home," iij x 24 (Bowden), ;£rii iis. 

20 Duncan, E. (1858), " Carting Seaweed in Jersey," 8 x t8| (Leggatt), 

;^S 8s. 

21 Earle, C, "Early Spriig in Ecclesbourne Glen," 19J x 29J (Sampson), 

£3 3S- 

22 Forster, T. B. W., " The Beryntyrch Pool, Capel Curig," i8 x 3<)J 

(Sydenham), £[ 4s. 

23 Foster, Birket, " Lucerne," vignette (Cockle), £^4 23. 

34 Foster, Birket, " The Bay of Naples," vignette (Agnew), j£^39 i8s. 

25 Fripp, G. A., " Bolton Abbey," 22^ x 36J (Mitchell), £22 is. 

26 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A. {1S70). 

" Nature's .soft nurse, how have I frighted thee. 
That thou no more wilt weigh my eyelids down 
And steep my senses in forgetf ulness ? " 

Henry IV , Part ii., Act ill., Sceni' i 
'•i ' '3 (Hawes), £23 2s. 



January 29, 1910. 53 



27 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A. (1864), " The Cur" of Sinicox," bj x QJ (M. 

Joseph, jr.), ;6i8 7s. 6d. 

28 Goodall, E. A. (1868) " The Bay of Cadiz," u x 25I (Goodsn and 

Fox), ;£ji6 i6s. 

29 Gray, Tom, "Tne Bill of Fare," 17J x 20 (Wallis), £16 5s. 6d. 

30 Green, N. E., " Cottages at Cranleigh, Surrey," a pair, 141 x 25J 

(Sydenham), ;^ii os. 6d. 

31 Gresley, J. S. (1874), " -^" O'^^ Mill, near Bettwys-y-Coed,'" 195 x 25^ 

(Mullen), ;^I7 37s. 

32 Guiaud, J., " Valencia," igj x 35 (Wallis), £iy .7s. 

33 Harding J. D.. " Italian Coast Scene," 13! x 2o| (Bowdcn), ;£'i9 19s. 

34 Hardy, T. B., " Yarmouth Jetty," 25I x 49 (Kearsley), jQig 19s. 

35 Hardy, T. B. (1895), " Shipping, ofl the Coast," lOj x 15! (Prescott), 

£17 J7.S. 

36 Hardy, T. B., " Off Whitby," Si x 27I (Mullen), £1^ jis. 6d. 

37 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., " The Castle of St. Angelo, Rome," 8 x 16 

(Kingsford), £^ 13s. 6d. 

38 Hargitt, E., " A Shady Retreat," 13 x 2oi (Mullen), £5 15s. 6d. 

39 Hart, T. (1869), " Rocks on the Cornish Coast " and " The Interior 

of a Cathedral " (Kingsford), £5 5s. 

40 Jackson, S. P. (1868), " A Rocky Coast "; and " The River Tavy, 

Devonshire," by J. G. Philp (Kingsford), £2 12s. 6d. 

41 Kilburne, G. G. (1876), " The Pigeons of St. Mark's, Venice," 14I x 24? 

(Kings.'ord), £23 4s. 

42 Lane, Albert, " Near Oakha n, Surrey," 8 x 135 (Sydenham), 

^5 155- 6d. 

43 Langley, Walter (1888), " A Village Idyll," zqi x 47I (Smith), ;f 112 7s. 

44 Law, David (1874), " Ben Venue from Loch .Achray," 18 x 27I 

(Sydenham), £ig igs. 

45 Leitch, W. L. (1878), " View of Leith Hill from Reigate Common," 

14 X 22J (Bowden), ^£^17 17s. 

46 Lloyd, Tom (1S76), " Summer-Time," 17 x 31J (Mitchell), £j6 ss. 6d. 

47 Lundgren, E., " Head of a Circassian Girl," 15} x 12^ (.Thorne\ 

^11 us. 

48 Lundgren, E., " Head of an Eastern Girl " and " Head of a Boy," 

a pair, 7J x 5J (Kingsford), £s. 55. 

49 Mogford, J. <i872), " On the Coast of Suffolk," 12 x 24I (Prescott), 

j1;ii IIS. 

50 Mogford, J. (1870), " Kynance Cove," loj x J7J (\'okins), ;^i6 i6s. 

51 Mogford, J. (1870), " On the Devonshire Coast," 9I i 19! (Vokins), 

;£:ii ns. 

52 Mogford, J. (1S72). " Mont St. Michel," 9 x 17I (C. L. Kingsford), 

£(> 6s. 

53 Oakes, J. W., A. R.A. (1862), " The Rabbit Warren on the Coast," 

21J X 30 (Bowden), ^^31 to. 

54 Orrock, J., "On the East Coast: Shrimpers Returning," 15 x 22 

(Kingsford), ^^19 19s. 

55 Pearson, C, " The Dewerstone, near Plymouth," and " VVhitsand 

Bay, Land's End " (Priest), ;,^3 los. 6d. 

56 Pilleau, H., " Heidelberg " and " The Brad Tor, Dartmoor.'" by 

F. M. Keys, 1870 (Sydenham), £6 6s. 

57 Pilsbury, Wilmot (1871), " A Farm House," 14 x loj (C. L King^[ord\ 

iJu JIS. 



54 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

58 Prout, S., " Nuremburg," S^ x 6 (Cox), ;£'is 155. 

59 Richardson, T. M. (1882), " Cono from the Milan Road," 29 x 49 

(Sampson), ;£'i78 los. 

60 Richardson, T. M. (1881), " Ben Venue, from the Foot of Loch Katrine," 

30 X 26 (Sampson), ^£^57 iss. 

61 Richardson, T. M. (1881), " Berncastel on the Moselle," 30 x 26 

(Sampson), ;^S7 155. 

62 Salmson, J., " Welsh Lake Scene " and " A Coast Scene," with fishing 

boats (Wallis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

63 Stanfield, C, R.A., " Cintra," q\ x I2| (Bowden), £2^ 4s. 

64 Stanfield, C, R.A., "A View in the Tj-rol," 9I x 12-^ (Mitchell), 

£l^ 6s. 6d. 

65 Stanfield, C, R.A. " Caen, Normandy," 8| x 12 (Wallis), £:ii los. 

66 Steeple, J. (1873), " Highland Lalie Scene," 14-;- x 24 (Mitchell), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 

67 Steeple, J. (1868), " Glencoe," 13^ x 24J (Bowden), £n 14s. 

68 Steeple, J., " A Welsh Valley " and Castle Campbell, near Stirling " 

(Mitchell), £i2 12s. 

69 Steeple, J. (1877), " Welsh Moorland Scenes," a pair, 7 x 10 

(Sydenham), £21, 2S. 

70 Syer, J. (1875), " Llyn Idwl," 141 x 21 (Wallis), £1^ 14s. 

71 Syer, J. (1871), " Caerphilly Castle," I2| x 19I (Mitchell), ;^s 155. 6d. 

72 Taylor, E., " Contemplation," 10 x 8 (Sydenham), £^ 4s. 

73 Tenkate, M., " The Rope-walk," 10 x i24 (Wallis), £?, 8s. 

74 Thorne-Waite, R., " Lewes, Sussex," 14 x 21 (Mitchell), ;^i6 i6s. 

75 Walters, G. S. (1875), " Fishing off the South Coast, near Dover," 

loj X 20 (Bowden), ;^5 5s. 

76 Whittaker, J. W. (1868), " Haymaking "; and " Snowdon, from 

Festiniog." by J. Finnie (Wallis), £y 17s. 6d. 

77 Whymper, J. W. (1876)), " .\ Hayfield, Haslemere," 13J x 2o| 

(Sydenham), £i.^ 14s. 

78 Whymper, J. W., " Crossing Lancaster Sands," 13 x 21 (Kingsford), 

£'\ 4S 

79 Williamson, J. (1867), " Hastings Beach " and " Ruins in the Piraeus " 

(Mitchell), ;^s 155. 6d. 

80 Wimperis, E. M. (1875), " A Breezy Day," 19J x 29J (Bowden), ^^65 2S. 

81 Wimperis, E. M., " A Windy Corner," 18^ x 29I (Bowden), ;£'6o 18s. 

82 Wimperis, E. M. (1875), " On the Moors," iij x 18J (Bowden), £16 i6s. 

83 Wimperis, E. M. (1875), " Carting Seaweed," io| x 17^ (Bowden), £21. 

84 De Wint, P., " River Scene," with village, bridge and cattle, 9 x 16 

(Mitchell), ;^30 gs. 

PICTURES. 

85 Chambers G. (1832), " Entrance to Portsmouth Harbour," 23 k 35 

(W. Pcrmain), £m iis. 

86 Cooper, T. .S., R.A. (1840), " Five Cows on the bank of :i stream," 

29 X 4^1 (Wyatt), ;^i26 

87 Frire, Ed., " La Soupe," 25^ x 21, from the artist's sale, 1887 

(Sampson), £•]$ 12s. 

88 Frire, Ed. (1883), " Le Cidre du Pauvrc," 23^ x 19! (Sampson , 

£(>i ss. 

89 Gandy, Herbert (1904), " Pro Patria," 72 x 33 (Peel), £^i los. 



January 29, 1910. 55 



90 Gotch, T. C. (1883), " Hiding from Grannv," 28^ x 19 (Kingsford), 

£23 2S. 

91 Heffner, K., " Evening Glow," 63 x 46 (Grant), ;£'iio 5s. 

92 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1892), " A Surrey Sand-Pit," 35A x 55^, Royal 

Academy, 1892 (Wise), ;^3S7. 

93 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1877), "An English River in .\utumn," 23^ s 35^ 

(Mitchell), ;^ii4 9s. 

94 Leader, B. W., R..'V. (1881), " A February Morning," 23^ x 36 

(Mitchell), ;^H7 12s. 

95 Munthe, L., " Returning from Labour," 26 x 42 (Hoethusen), ;£'iis los. 
g6 Roberts, D., R.A. 11835), " The Court of the Lions, Palace of the 

Alhambra," 17^ x igj (Lister). ;^2i. 

97 Shayer, W., sen., " The Gamekeeper," 23 x 215 (Mullen), £-;i 8s. 

(Jewell), ;£'73 lo'^- 

98 Shayer, W., sen., " The Rabbit-Seller," 23 x 2i| (Mullen), £/i 8s. 

99 Webster, T., R.A. (1868), " Politicians," 20 x 29^ (Kingsford), ;^44 2S. 

100 Webster, T.. R.A. 1865), "Village Gossips," 19^ x 29J (Walker), 

;^78 15s. 

DRAWINGS. 

101 Bough, S., R.S.A. (1858), " .\ Woody Stream near Carlisle," 9! x 17! 

(M. Joseph), ^^ig Ss. 6d. 

102 Macpherson, J., " Driving Sheep " and " On the Coast," a pair, 5x6! 

(IVescott), £g gs, 

103 Morland, " Gipsies under a Tree," circular; and " A Coast Scene," 

after D. Cox (Howells), ;^s 15s. ed. 

104 Uwins, T., R.A., " The Captive "; and " A Corner of the Flower Market, 

Boulogne," by H. Caffieri (Leger), £6 6s. 
i»5 V'arley, J., "The Village of Vimeria "; " Ponte Arabic," by A. M. 
Lewis; and "The Robbers" Cave," by Gompertz (Wallis), £6 6s. 

PICTURES. 

106 Carmichael, J. V\'., "A Hilly River Scene"; "Old Cottages in 

Sussex," by J. Weiss; and " A Guard-Room " (Thorne), £^ 53. 

107 Ellis, Edwin, " The .Shrimper," 155 x 295 (Mullen), ;£^io los. 

108 Hedley, R. (1901), " Reading the News," 12 x 15J (Hoethusen), 

;^S 155- 6d. 
log Hemy, C. Napier, A. R.A. (1893), " Hauling Lobster-Pots, Falmouth," 

15^ X 23J (Amor), £^^ I2S. 
no Hemy, C. Napier, A.R.A., " A Crew Leaving a Wreck." black and 

white, 16^ X 22 (M. Joseph), ;^i2 12s. 

111 Hogley, S. E., "On the F.sk, Cumberland," 23 x 41 J (Mitchell), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 

112 Hunt, E. (1901), " .\ Goat, Rabbits and Poultry," 19 x 29 (CoUings), 

£i5 '5s- 

113 Jack, R., " Head of an Organ-Grinder"; "A Bunch of Grapes," by 

T. Whittle; and " Roses," by J. H. C. (Bremner), ^£^3 3s. 

114 Lowcock, C. F., " In the Conservatory," 17J x 7J (Thorne), £i 53. 
lis Pether, A., " .\ River Scene." Moonlight, 24^ x 29J (Clark), £2 2s. 
116 Syer, J. (1873), " -^ Devonshire Cornfield," 23^ by 31I (Fores), £s 5s. 



56 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



DRAWINGS 

117 Angell, H. Coleman, "Chrysanthemums in a Vase," 14 s 10 (Thorne), 

£,2. I2S. 6d. 
\x% Angell. H. Coleman (i86g), " A Blackbird's Nest," jo^ x 13I (Jewell), 

£\% 18s. 
S19 Angell, H. Coleman, " Crocuses in a Pot," \o\ x i\ (Thorne), ;i^4 4s. 
i2o Aumonier, J., "At Amberley, Sussex," 12 x \%\ (Thorne), ;^8 8s. 

121 Downman, J., A.R.A , " Portrait of Mrs. Nicholas Pearse," iij x 9J 

(Heapo), £i 8s. 

122 Evans, W., " Near Stourbridge," 9I x 14 (Heape), £■] 17s. 6d. 

123 Herkomer, Sir H. Von, R.A., (1879), " In the Tyrol," 19 x 19 

(Sampson), j£r2T. 

124 Hunt, W., " Fruit and Flowers," iif x 9I (Jewell), £\(> i6s. 

125 Jackson, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," pencil and colour, oval, 

8i X 6 (Heape), £^. 

126 Koekkoek, B. C, " Landscapes," with cottages, figures, and animals — 

a pair, 7 x io| (Thorne), £\(i i6s. 

127 Ludlow, Hal (1894), " ^^^ Dancer," 18 x ijj (Thorne), £\(i 16s. 

128 McCormick, A. D. (1906), " Loot," 18 x 14 (Monall), ;^15 153. 

129 Payne, W., " Crossing an Old Bridge," 5 x 65 (Thorne), £,\ 5s. 

330 Procter, A., " A Road Scene," with farm-buildings; and " A Stranded 
Fishing-Boat," a pair, 13J x 21 (Sydenham). ;^5 5s. 

131 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Como," 9 x 14J (Thorne), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

132 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " A View at Dover," si x ^\ (Thorne), 

£\2 I2S. 

ij3 Weatherstone, A. C. (1906), " Feeding Pigeons," 9J x 13J (Thorne), 

& 8s. 
i34 Wimperis. E. M., " On the Thames," 11 x 18 (Cox), ;^I5 15s. 

135 Wainewright, T. F. (1854), " Cattle grazing in a meadow," 17! x 30 

(Puris), £i, 4s. 

136 Wainewright, T. F. (1851), " Sheep grazing near (he coast," igj x 31^ 

(Puris), £e, iss. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

137 Ballantyne, J., R.S.A., " The First Volume," 23J x 17 (Heape), £-j 7*. 

138 Carolus, J. (1865), "The Introduction," 25J x 31I (Heape), ;^I9 19s. 

139 Crome, J. B., " Scheveningen Beach," 2i| x 355 (White), ;^48 6s. 

140 Davis, Val, " A Palace can a Prison be," 23 x 15 (Paris), £(> i6s. 6d. 

141 East, Alfred, A.R.A., " Misty Meadows," 10 x 14^ (Bower), £\\ iis. 

142 Eiserman, R. (Munich), " A Lady of the i6th Century," 45^ x 27 

(Paris), £i-i 13s. 

143 Farquharson, D., A.R..A. (1905), " Sunset on the Hills," 35J x 47 

Royal Academy, igcS (K.), ;^89 5s. 

144 Gainsborough, " Lady Sheffield," 23J x 19J (Leger), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

145 Halswelle, Kcelty, A.R.S.A., " A rocky gorge," 12 x ig (He.-ipe), 

;^I2 I2S. 

146 Jiminez-Y-Aranda, Jos<5 (1871), " El Santo-Oleo," 17J x 28 (Heape), 

£^1 6s. 

147 Kinsley, A., " In Bolton Woods," 35J x 23J (Paris), £a, 14s. 6d. 

148 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Head of a Stag," a sketch, \c\ x \i^\ 

(Dr. Beresford), ;^3 3s. 



January 29, 1910. 57 



149 Macallum, Hamilton (1884), " The Fishing-Fleet," 15 x 27I (CoUings), 

;£l2 I2S. 

150 Paton, Frank (1893). " A Windy Day." 19J x 26J (Paris), £11 os. 6d. 

151 Peters, "The Spirit of a Child," 23^ x 19I (Peters), £2 12s. 6d. 

152 Prins, J. H. (1784), " A View in a Dutch Town," 19I x 25 (Lovegrove), 

153 Rolfe, H. L (1S74}, " The Otter's Catch," 23i x 35I (Leyburn), j^2i. 

154 Rolfe, H. L. (1874), " Gaffed," 23 x 35^ (Cockett), £6 16s. 6d. 

155 Stokes, Adrian, " The Hill-Top," 235 x 35^ (Faction), ;£^i8 18s. 

156 Stone Marcus, R.A., " Rest," 27 x 35, Royal Academy, 1857 (Sampson), 

;^33 I2S. 

157 Topham, F. W. W. (1872), " Cradle Adventure of Giulio Vnrano, 1434," 

2g| X 21J (Paris), ;£^I2 12s. 

158 Verkolje, N., " Christ and the Woman of Samaria," 19 x 21^ 

(Taylor), £$ SS- 

159 Webb, J.. " Angmering," 4I x 12J (Paris), ;^3 3s. 



S8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



January 31, 1910. The Remaining Works of Edward 
John Gregory, R.A. P.R.I. (Deceased), late of 8, Greville 
Place, Maida Vale, N.W. (sold by order of the Executrices). 

SKETCHES. 

In the Folio 

Pencil. 

1 Studies of Figures and Drapery (Moberly), i6s. 

2 Studies of Figures, Flowers, and boats (Shields), 6s. 

3 & 4 Studies of Figures and Drapery, etc. ; and Studies of .\nimals, 

Birds, etc. (Hartley), £i is. 

5 Studies for " Boulter's Lock," etc. (Cox), ;^i ss. 

6 Studies for " The Miller's Daughter," etc. (Leggatt), los. 6d. 

7 Studies for " Queen Guinivere," etc. (Leggatt), los. 6d. 

Black and White. 

8 Dickens Reading " Oliver Twist," etc. (Cooling), j£'i 12s. 

9 Studies for " Boulter's Lock " (Leggatt), £2 8s. 

IN COLOURS. 

10 Studies of Shipping and Boats (Cooling), £i is. 

11 "A Roman Peasant-Girl"; and other Sketches (Hartley), £6 $6. 

12 "Strolling Musicians"; and other Sketches (Cooling), 14s. 

13 " The Milkman," etc. (Cooling), ^3 5s. 

DRAWINGS. 
Framed. 

14 " The Battle of Hastings," black and white, on wood for engraving, 

8| X 5I (Hardie), £<i 5s. 

15 " Burning Weeds," black and white, on wood for engraving, ${ K 8i 

(Hartley), £4 53. 

16 " A Viking," black and white, on wood for engraving, 5 x 3^ 

(Hartley), £1 5S- 

17 " The PUiguc-Cart "; "A Study for ' Lady of the Lnunch ' "; and 

" A Girl with a mirror," monochrome (Hartley), £;i 5s. 

WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

18 "Jersey"; "A Pigeon"; and "Two Studies of Sky" (Merritt), 

£7 los. 

19 " The Steersman "; " De Marco "; and " Study of a Head " (Hartley), 

£g IDS. 

20 " Jersey "; " Evening Sky "; and " A Pigeon " (Hartley), £^ los. 

21 " Studies of a Lady's Head " (Batterbury), £1 ss. 



January 31, 1910. 59 



22 " Sand-Pit Lane, Corfe "; and " A Sandy Lane " (Cooling), £t us. 6(1. 

23 " Cottages in Surrey "; and " Ruins, Jersey " (Cooting), £2 53. 

24 "A Spinet"; and "A Study for 'Dawn'" (Hartley), £2 15s. 

25 "Two Girls under a Tree"; and " Grandmama," oval (Kinsley), £b. 

26 "Portrait of a Gentleman"; and "Grandma," oval (Kinsley), £6. 

27 " Girls in a Canoe "; and " An Old Beech-Tree " (Hartley), £2 5s. 

28 "Violet"; and " Effie " (Hart), ^3 5s. 

29 " Cottage Roofs "; and " The Clearing " (Harris), £^ 15s. 

30 " The New Woman "; and " The Lovers " (Cooling), ;^3 ids. 

31 " Sunset over the Downs "; and " A Windy Sky " (Collings), ;^s 15s. 

32 " Studies of Men's Heads " (Hart), £5 153. 

33 " Cottages at Corfe "; and " Corfe," a pair, loi x 14 (Agnew), 

;^i4 3s. 6d. 

34 " Studies for ' Boulter's Lock ' " (Leggatt), £g gs. 

35 " Bisham fiom the Quarry Woods "; and " On the Road to Chapman's 

Pool, Dorset " (Cornish), £11 us 

36 " A Study for ' Boulter's Lock '," lof .>. 16 (Cox), ;^i8 i8s. 

37 " The Sacking of a Palace," 95 x iit (Mason), 15s. 

38 " Hardicanute's Moat, Burnham Beeches," 135 x gl (Plowman), 

£7 17s- 6d. 

39 " Copper Bridge, Corfe," 135 x 2o| (Leggatt), £z 10s. 

40 " Portrait of a Gentleman," 9^ x 7^ (Leggatt), £2 3s. 

41 " Edinburgh Castle," gf x 13J (Kinsley) ,£y 7s. 

42 " A Lady." seated in a chair, 8^ x 6}^ (Wormald), £y 17s. 6d. 

43 "Corfe Castle: 1892," lOj x 14^ (Bowden), ;^i6 5s. 6d. 

44 " A Study for ' Boulter's Lock '," 29 x 19 (Cox), £8 i8s. 6d. 

45 " Portrait of a Lady," 18 x 15I (Leggatt), £'i 13s. 6d. 

46 " On the Dart," loj x 14! (Cornish), £^ 15s. 6d. 

47 "Cecilia: 1906," oval, iij x gj (Hart), ;^i6 i6s. 

48 " The Back of the Bishop's Palace, Perth," io| x 14J (Bowden), 

49 " Study of a Lady for ' Boulter's Lock '," 13^ x g\ (Leggatt), £b 6s. 

50 " Dreaming," 7x8! (Cooling), ;^9 19s 6d. 

PASTELS. 

51 " Meditation," 24 x 18 (Collings), £n 13s. 

52 " Sunset," 13} x 19 (Leggatt), £2 10s. 

WORKS IN OIL. 
Unf ranted. 

53 " Studies for ' Boulter's Lock ' "; Punts, etc. (Cooling), £2 is. 

54 " Littlehampton "; a H^y-barge; etc. (Mrs. Moberly), ;^5 5s. 

55 & 56 " -^ Study for Mr. Chapman's Portrait," etc.; and " Studii^s 

for Portraits " (Cooling), £1 is. 
57 & 58 " Studies of Men's Heads "; and " A Study for ' Sir Lancelot ' " 
" Primroses "; and " Autumn ' (Cooling), £2 2S. < 

Fratned. 

59 "Studies of Men's Heads"; and Girls (Cornish), ,^3 3s. 

60 "Primroses"; "Head of a Man"; "The Viking"; etc. (Kinsley' 

£^ 14s. 6d. 



6o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

6i " A Girl in a Canoe "; " Burnham Beeches "; and " Outside Dropmore " 

(Cooling), jQn 4S. 

62 " Marlow Weir Pool"; " Marlow Point"; etc. (Cooling), ;^5 los. 

63 " Hurley Mill Stream ; " A Girl Steering "; and " Rushes " (Collings), 

£^ 17s. 6d. 

64 " Hedsor "; " Studies of Randans "; etc. (Cooling), ;^4 4s. 

65 " Twilight at Marlow "; "A Highland Moor "; etc. (Plowman), jQ^ 4s. 

66 " Tabley Old Hall "; and " A Study for ' Cecilia's Portrait * " (Cooling), 

jQ^ 14s. 6d. 

67 " A Study for ' Boulter's Lock ' "; and " A Study for ' Brink of 

a Discovery " (Cooling), £^ 4s. 

68 " Head of a Gentleman "; and " Head of Suliman " (Collings), 

^3 13s- 6d. 

69 " Marlow Point "; and " Eton " (Plowmen), jQs, 15s. 6d. 

70 " Bologna " (the Grand Canal, Venice, on the reverse); and "A Study 

of riverside roots " (Lane), .£1 los. 

71 " A Randan "; and " A Study for ' The Sound of Oars ' " (Webb), 

£^ 14s. 6d 

72 " Head of a Lady "; and " Head of a man " (Cornish), £1 is. 

73 " Chalk and Gravel Pit "; and " Marlow Backwater " (Cooling,) £^ 5s. 

74 " Stroud on the Green "; and " Boulter's Lock " (Kinsley), £■] 7s. 

75 " Connie "; and " Portrait of a Gentleman " (Shields), £1 ss. 

76 " Study for ' The Pet of the Crew ' "; and " .\ Stormy Sunset " 

(Cooling), £j, 3s. 

77 " Bisham Ferry "; and " Stonehouse Backwater " (Cooling), .^5 5s. 

78 " Head of a Man " (a portrait head on the reverse); and " Portrait 

of a Gentleman " (Kinsley), £s JSs. 6d. 

79 " Studies for ' Boulter's Lock ' " (Cox), £^ 4s. 

80 " A Man holding a Crystal "; and " De Marco " (Cooling), £2 2s. 

81 " Studies for ' Piccadilly,' " a pair, 195 x 15J (.Sir H. Lane), £\2 12s. 

82 "The Enchantress"; and "Portrait of a Lady" (Webb), £6 ifc?. 6d. 

83 " The Doctor "; and " A View from the Studio " (Sir H. Lane), 

£' 2S. 

84 " Head of a Lady," with a fan; and " Head of a Lady " (Leggatt), 

£\ 'fS. 

85 " Boulter's Lock," 27 x l^\ (Leggatt), £c, 15s. 6d. 

86 " A Study for ' Last Touches'," 20^ x 165- (Sir H. Lane), £^ 4s. 

87 " Heads of Ladies," a pair, 23I x 19J (Cornish), £\ us. 6d. 

88 " Boulters Lock," 29J x 19J (Cox), ;^i8 j8s. 

89 & 90 " Portrait of a Gentleman," 265 x 19J; and " Whitby Church," 

1^\ X 36 (Cooling), £2 I2S. 6d. 
91 " Portrait of Miss Lee " (Portrait of a gentleman on the reverse', 

29J X 24 (Lane), £1 is. 
9i " Ditch and Dyke," 24 x igj (Cooling), £2 3s. 

93 " Boulter's Lock," 29} x 20 (Cox), £t,i ios. 

94 " Temple Island," 25 x i6i (Sampson), £$ 155. 6d. 

95 " Portrait of a gantleman in yachting costume," a sketch, 2jJ x 18 

(Collings), £z ss. 

96 & 97 " Portrait of an Old Man," 29^ x 23J ; and " Boulter's Lock," 

2gi X igi (Heape), ;^39 iss. 
98 " Portraic of a Child," A Study for " Rediviva," 26} y. 21 (Sair)p!-«>n), 



January 31, 1910. 61 



99 " Dawn," 48 X 39 (Sampson), ^5 5s. 

100 " Portrait of Alfred Seymour, Esq.," in brown dress, seated by a table, 

72 X 48 (Rutley), ;^5 ss- 

101 " Eldorado," 36 x 28, exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1907, (Lewis), 

£n los. 

Works by other artists. 

DRAWING 

102 Walker, F., A.R.A., " Di;k and Reine," An illustration to Miss 

Thackeray's " Village on the Cliff "; and the engraving (Leggatt), 

£Ti 2S. 

PICTURES. 

103 Etty, W., R..\., " St^Jdy of a Man "; and " A Female Study " (Hart), 

;£J6 i6s. 6d. 

104 Robertson, H. R (1876), " Wreckage," 27I x 61 (Sampson), £,^ 4s. 



62 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Febrnary 5, 1910. The following were sold by order of 
the Executors of Sir J. A. Jacoby, deceased, late of 34, Eaton 
Place, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 " Head of a Lady," black and red chalk, 8J x 61 (Thorp). 155. 

2 " The Interior of a Picture Gallery," 2yi x 21 (Leyer), ;^i 5s. 

3 Carter, H. B., " Views on the Coast, near Scarborough," a pair, 17 x 33 

(Smith), £n 14s 

4 Carter, H. B., " Fishing-Boats off Scarborough," 12J x 18 (Smith), 

j£:i8 j8s. 

5 Cave, P. Le , " Peasants and Cattle," and " Peasants and Soldiers on 

a Road," a pair, y\ x loi (Parsons), £2 13s. 6d. 

6 Dawson, H., 1874, " A River Scene," and " A River Scene, with boats 

and figures " (Parsons), ^^3 3s. 

7 Foster, Birket, " Murano, Venice," vignette (Agnew), ;^39 i8s. 

8 Malton, T. (1772), " Covent Garden," 14J x 23 (Parsons), ;^4 4s. 

9 Reed, J. C, " A View over a Valley," and " A Woody Landscape, 

witih cattle " (Leger), ;^3. 
10 Rowbotham, T. L. (1886), " The Bay of Naples," 8^ x 19 (Roe), £g. 
]i Wimpcris, E. M., "A common scene, with windmill and cattle," 

7 X loi (Agnew), ^^15 155. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

12 Clark, S. B., " The Picture-Book," on panel, and " The Young 

Musician " (Leyer), ;£rii os. 6d. 

13 Cormon, F. (1879), " High Life," and " Low Life," a pair, 20^ x i6i 

(Leyer), £s 5s- 
J4 Helmick, H., " The Bookworm," loj- ^ 9 (Tharp), £y ys. 

15 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A. (1877), " Llyn Tegid," 2ii x 35J (Permain), 

;£,"l2 12s. 

16 Philip, J., R.A. (1854), " La Senora," oval, 13^ x ii} (Permain), 

£3^ los. 

17 Webb, J., " Fishing-Vessels off a Dutch Port," 23I x 39 (W.tIHs) 

£H 14s. 

OLD PICTURES. 

18 " Portrait of a Lady," in while dress, 2oi x ]8 (Collings), £y 17s. 6d. 

19 *' Portrait of a Lady," in red dress, 22J x iSJ (Collings), ;^13 2s. 6d. 

20 Baptistc, " Flowers in a Copper Vase," 32 x 26 (I'horp), £'z 12s. bil. 

21 Berchem, " Rocky Landscape," iqJ x 26 (Thorp), £^12 us. 

22 Bosch, B. Van Den, " Artist's .Studios," pair, 25J x 32^ (Nicholson), 

£2 »3S. 6<l. 

23 Campidoglio, " A Maid.Servant, with fruit and still life," 47 x 64 

(Thorp), £26 5s. 



February 5, 1910. 63 



24 Claude, " Woody Lake Scene," S7 ^ 77 (CoUings), £10 los. 

25 Craddock, " Peacock and Poultry," 24 x 29-^ (Thorp), ^£73 13s. 6d. 

26 Cross, A. Van, " Landscape," i8j x 24^ (Thorp), ^^13 2s. 6d. 

27 Dow, G. (After). " A Market-Woman," on copper, and " Peasant? and 

Animals at a Ford*" (Grose), £2 los. 

28 Dutch School, " I'ornait of King \\illiam III. in armour," 175 x 14 

(Parsons), £6 i6s. 6d. 
2g Dutch School, " Portraits of a Gentleman and a Lady," a pair, 
7I ^ St (Wagner), ^^6 i6s. 6d. 

30 Dutch School, " Woody River Scene," 37 x 49 (Mrs. Hughes), £S Ss. 

31 Dutch School, " Court Ladies in a Garden," 34J x 30 (Parsons), ;^I2 12s. 

32 Early English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in blue and white 

dress, 25^ x 19 (W'allis), £y 7s. 

33 Early English School, " Portraits of a Boy, in blue dress, and his 

young sister," in white dress, 53^ x 43 (Parsons), £6 16s. 6d. 

34 Early English School, " Portrait of Robert Hastings Chambers, Sheriff 

of London," 28 x 24 (Parsons), j£s 15s- 6d. 

35 French School, " Portrait of Prince William Carl Henrik of Nassau," 

31 J X 24J (Hughes), ;£'2i. 

36 Greuenbroek, T. E., " View in Holland," signed, and dated 1740, 23 x 41 

(Thorp), £2 13s. 6d. 

37 Guercino, " The Madonna .md Child," on copper, I/b x 13J (Thorp), 

£2 2S. 

38 Hudson, T., " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 48^ x 39 (Clark), 

II OS. 6d. 

39 Huysum, I. Van, " Flowers in a Sculptured Vase," signed, and dated 

1737. 44 ^ 33 (CHrk), ^24 3s. 

40 Huysum, J Van, " Flowers in a Glass Vase," 44 x 35 (Clark). iJi7 17s. 

41 Lancret, " Figures in a Garden," 3ii x 28 (Parsons), £^ 15s. 6d. 

42 W. IVl., " Poultry in a Garden," 16 x 19 (CoUings), ;^I7 17s. 

43 Metsu, " An Interior," 22^ x iSJ (Glen), £50 8s. 

44 Mytens, " Portraits of the two sons of Earl Ferrers," 27 x 34J (Cohen) 

£(> 6s. 

45 Neefs, P., " The Interior of a Church," 14 x iSJ (Gooden and Fox), 

£12 I2S. 

46 Poelenburgh, C. Van, " Landscape, with Pan and Syrinx," iij x 9 

(.N'ichilson), £7 /S 

47 Romney, " Portrait of a Gentleman," grisaille, oval, 7i x sj (Wagner) 

^^3 3^- 

48 Tivoli, Rosa Di, " Peasants driving animals," 28 x 39 (Quinto), £y 7s. 

49 Wyck, " Officers and a Lady, halting at an encampment," igj x 29^ 

(Creei), £3 las. 6d 



Different properties. 



DR.\WINGS. 



Frye, T., " Portrait of Sir Peter Thompson," and " Portrait of Mary. 

wife of Captain Thomas Thompson," pastels, a pair, azi x 17 

(Parsons), £6 6s. 
Downman, J., A.R..\. (1786), " Portrait of Mrs. Wright," oval, SJ x 6} 

(Parsons), ;^46 4s. 
Downman, J., .\.R.A. (1812), " Portrait of Elizabeth Russell, Duchess of 

Cleveland," 12 x gi (Jacobson), £jg Ss. 6d. 



64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



PICTURES. 

53 Early Flemish School, " A Triptych," with The Crucifixion in the centre, 

and Scenes from the Life of Christ on the wings, centre piece 
16 X lof (Erskine), £6^ 

54 Dutch School, " A Vase of Flowers," with a parrot and fruit, 26 x 46J 

(Colllngs), ;^i8 iSs. 

55 Hanneman, " Portrait of Princess Elizabeth, daughter of Charles I," 

48^ X 38 (Cohen), iTii os. 6d. 

56 Pannini, P., " Roman Ruins," a pair, 39 x 49 (Cohen), ^^'is 153. 

57 Bergen, " Figures and Animals in a Landscape," 45 x 38 (Parsons-, 

58 Heist, B. Van Der, " Portrait of a Lady," in black dress, in carved 

emblematic frame, 49 x 39 (Cohen), ^£^78 15s. 

59 Wouvernian, P., " A Cavalry Engagement outside a Town," lij x 15! 

(Ellis). jC22 IS.' 

60 Cuyp, A., " A Groom, Horse, and Dog," I2i x 15} (E%'elyn and Co.), 

^10 los. 

61 Chardin, J. B , " Still Life," 17J x 14J (Gooden and Fox), ;^12 las. 

62 Bloemen, Van, " Figures and Horses," 21J x 32 (Sweete), £y 7s. 

63 Stry, J. Van, " Near Dordrecht, Evening," 28J x 42 (Hooper), ;^io los. 

64 Snyders, F., " Cats and still life," 36 x 52J (Cooper), £2 13s. 6<I. 

65 Moucheron, F., " Woody Landscape," 37 x 45 (Maynard), £1^ 14s. 

66 Opie " Two Boys with a Bird," 29 x 24 (Bale), £$ 53. 

67 Bol, F., " The Battle of Arbela," (The final defeat of Darius by 

.Alexander), signed, and dated 1639, 26! x 36 (Leete), £g 9s. 

68 Bronzino, " Portrait of Johan, Cardinal Medici," 23 z igj 'Hopi), 

j£^4 4s- 

69 Lawrence, " Portrait of Mrs. T. Mills," 29I x 24J (Lewton), £6 i6s. 6d 

70 Venetian School, " Portrait of a Lady," in pink dress, 37 i 32 ^Willis), 

p£^10 iOS. 

71 Moroni, G. B., " Portrait of a Gentleman," in black dress, 43 x 36 

(Dale), £21. 

72 Pater, J. B., " The Gardens of a Palace," with ladies, gentlemen and 

attendants, .ind " The Interior of a Palace," with ladies and 
gentlemen, and a figure dancing, a pair, 21J by 37 (S^ibin), 

;^2,782 IDS. 

73 Thornhill, J. Sir, " Portrait of Sir John Hartopp, Bart.," 32 x 27 

(Wallis). ^12 I2S. 

74 Wright, J., A.R.A., (of Derby), " Portrait of a Gentleman," in white 

dress, 49I x 39 (Morton), £j5 15s. 

75 Heem, J. De (1643), " Fruit and Wine-Glas-.s." on copper, jij by 14 

(Shepherd), £s iSs 6d. 

76 Watson, G., P.R.S.A., " Portrait of G. H. Watson, Esq.," 29 x 24^ 

(jncobson), ^£'52 iOS. 

77 Mignard, " Portrait of Madame de Conte," and " Portrait of Madame 

de la Valli6re," a pair, oval, 15 x lai (Eyles), ^^27 6s. 

78 Velde, A. Van De, " A Peasant and Animals," 18J x 16J (Collings), 

/11 IOS. 

7g Italian School, " Portiait of a Lady," iii rich embroidered dress, 45 x 34 
(Bale), ^13 133 

80 Hondius, " Birds in a Garden," 23^ x ag (Osborn), £a 4s. 

81 Dutch School, " River Scene," 17 x 23^ (Wagner), £^ 4s. 



February 5, 1910. 65 

82 Stubbs, G., K.A (1781), " A Grocm with a Horse," 22 x 28I (P. Moore), 

£2 ss 

83 Early English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in red coat, 29 x 24 

(Roe), £\(> )6s. 

84 Holbein, " Portrait of Helleri," Astronomer. unframed, i8^- x 14 

(Huggins), ;^2i. 

85 Hudson, T., " Portrait of the Countess of Strafford," 25 x 20 (Shepherd), 

jQiQ IDS. 

86 Rigaud, H., " Portrait of a French Prince," 57 x 44 (withdrawn). 

87 Fyt, ■' Dead Game and Birds," 34 x 46 (Nicholson), £i, 145 6d. 

88 Cuyp, " A Group of Callle," 28 x 39! (Mrs. Hills), £^ 7s. 

89 Bellini, " The Madonna and Child," 31 i x 24 (Thorp), ;^27 6s. 

90 Early English School, " Portrait of Miss Storer Jackson," 30 x 25 

(Leith), ;^29 8s. 

91 Miranda, Carreno di, " Saint James of Compostella," 88i x 64 (From the 

Collection of Louis Philippe) (Cooper), ;^I5 155. 

92 Flemish School, " Portrait of a Lady," seated, holding a dog, 45^ x 35 

(Collings), ^'4 14s. 6d. 

93 Tilborch, G. Van, ''A party of Gentlemen," grouped round a table, in 

which is a repast, 45 x 65 (Roe), ;^46 4s. 

94 Kneller. " Portrait of a Gentleman," in blue coat, and " Portrait of 

a Lady," in red dress, a pair, 53 x 35 (Leath), .£21. 

95 Serres, D., R.A. (1761), " British Men-of-War entering Plymouth 

Harbour," 19 x 26 (Leath), £y 7s. 

96 Boucher, "Architecture." and "Sculpture," a pair of over-doors, un- 

framed (Nash), j£7i9 19s. 

97 Boicher, " Dian and Calisto," rnd " Leda ar.d Ihe Swa.i." 11 piir of 

over-doors, unframed (Munting), .£71 8s. 

98 Boucher, " Boys with Musical Instruments," and " Boys with a Fishing 

Net." a pair of over-doors, unframed (Nash), j^2i. 

99 Banck, J. \'an l)er, "PortraiL of a Genilenian," in brown dress, 49 x 30 

(Huggins), £g \gs. 6d. 

100 Canaletto. " The Riva Schiavoni and Entrance to the Grand Canal, 

Venice," 37^ x 62 ^Xa.sh), ^'^60 i8s. 
joi Flemish School, " .Abraham Entertaining the Angels," s6| to 71J 
(Wagner), .,1:57 15s. 

102 Perugino School, " The Madonna and Child Enthroned," 80 x 55 

(Cohen), ^,84. 

103 Early English School, " Portrait of Rear-Admiral Richard Kempenfelt," 

oval, 24 x 19 (Parsons), ;^6 6s. 

104 Teniers (the Elder), " The Rent-Day," 52 x 72J (Collings). £y 7s. 

105 Kneller, Sir G., " Portraits of the four children of the Duke of 

Mailhi.rough," 6c x 69 tNashl, £n 13s 

106 More, Sir A., " Portrait of Sir Walter Raleigh," igj x 14^ (F.ale), 

/^.33 I's. 

107 Early English School, " Portrait of Lady FitzGerald," 29I x 24J 

(Leger), ^^13 13s. 

108 Early English School, " Portrait of Miss Elizabeth Carter," 22! x 24 

(Renton), £3 3s. 

109 Early English School, " Portrait of an Old L.ady," in brown and green 

dr.'.ss 26J X 2( (MorgEn), £s SS. 

110 Early English School, " Portniit of Lady Harriet Roper," in black dress, 

30 X 24^ (Renton*, £^i. 
in Bodington, " Coast Scene," 23 x 35^ (Joyce), £13 13s. 



66 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

The following were sold by order of the Executors of Miss 
Agnew Laing, deceased, late of 23, Craven Hill, Bayswater, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

113 CoUingwood-Smith, J. VV., " A Watery Meadow," loj- x zoJ- (David- 
son), £1 lOS. 

113 Croft, Arthur (1871) " The Castle of Chillon," Lake of Geneva, :!5 x 41 

(Osborn), £2 12s. 6d 

114 Gogin, C. (1878), " Tea Without Scandal," 14 x 17 (Adams), £7 7S- 

115 Gogin, C. (1876), " Figure Subjects," a pair, and " The Mortuary 

Chapel at Soazza " (Stagg), ;£'27 6s. 

116 & 117 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after), " The Age of Innocence," 

pastel, 2g| x 24-2; and picture, by R. Collinson, " Going to the Well," 
23 s 13J (Lister), £2 12s. 6d. 

118 Hoppner, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady," in yellow dress, 29 x 24^ 

(Ward), £120 15s. 

The following were the property of the Right Hon. the 
Earl of Dunraven. 

DRAWINGS. 

119 " Flora," pastel, oval, 35I x 28 (Amor)^ ^£'22 is. 

120 " Ladies," with doves (pastels) (Johnston), £6 6s. 

121 " Head of a Lady," with powdered hair; " Head of a Man," witb 

blue coat; and " Head of a Sibyl " (pastels) (Parsons), £ii is. 5d 

122 " The Finding of Moses," 7 x 9J (Landstein), £1 iis. 6d. 

123 R. C. H., " A Ruined Castle," 19I x 26 (Port), £1 los. 

124 Stewart, J. L., " A Glimpse of the Thames from Horseleydown," 

23j X 35 (Bremner), £2 2s. 

PICTURES. 

125 " Allegorical Figures," 48 x 32 (Quinto), £^ ss. 

126 Bassano, " Ruth and Boaz," 35-^ x 50 (Quinto), £3 13s. 6d. 

127 Dadd, F. (1892), " The Doctor," 17J x 23I (Bower), j^2i. 

128 Eyres, J. J., " Chrysanthemums in a Vase," 30 x 23^ (Ward), 

;^3 13s. 6d. 

129 Holbein, " Portrait of Sir Thomas Wyatt, the Elder," 12 in. circular 

(Lacey), ^^9 gs. 

130 Hondocoeter, " A Fox and Poultry," 25^ x 45^ (Nash), ;^I2 12s. 

131 Hulk, F., " A View in Amsterdam," 21 x 25^ (Ward), £2 3S. 

132 Koekkook, M. A. (i860), " A Woody Landscape "; and " Thor.sgill Water, 

Teesdale," by A. Melrose (Johnston), ^4 14s. 6d. 

133 Leickert, C. (1873), " A View on the River near Dordrecht," 30J x 40^ 

(Ward), £4 4S- 

134 Leickert, C, " River Scene," 21J x 28 (MilchcU), £6 6s. 

135 Melby, W. (1866), " A Calm Evening, Loch Linnhe," and " A Fishing- 

Boat," in a high sea, a pair, iSJ x 29 (Kcnde), £^ 14s. 6d. 

136 Metsu, " A Woman Sewing," 10 x 8i (Harris), £S Ss. 



February 5, igio. 67' 

137 Millar, J. H. C, " Trevose Head Lighthouse, Cornwall," gj x igi 

(Bremner), £3 3s. 

138 Nain, Le, "A Peasant Family outside a Cottage," 37 x 47 (Cohen), 

£33 "S. 

139 Schendel, P. Van, " A Market Woman," candle-light, 12 x gf (Collings), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

The property of a gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

140 .'Vngelico, " The Signs of the Passion," and " The Madonna and 

Child " (Glen), ;^s 153. 6d. 

141 Bellini, " The Madonna and Child," on panel, 2ii x 16^ (Glen), 

^£■79 16s. 

142 Bonifaccio, " The Marriage of Saint Catherine," i8i x 25^ (Quinto), 

£'i 4s • 

143 Duccio, " The Madonna and Child " (Wallis), £6 6s. 

144 Durer, "Saint Jerome in his Cell," 35I x 26^ (Richardson), £ig 19s. 

145 Early Italian School, "Saint Francis of Assisi" (Mrs. Crawshay), 

£3 3S- 

146 Early Italian School, " The Annunciation," and " The Madonna and 

Child " (Sulley and Co.), ijios- 

147 Greuze, J. B. (After), " La Cruchc Cassce," oval, 29 x 23^ (Harries), 

j^4 14s. 6d. 

148 Guido, " Head of Saint Peter," and " Head of Saint Joseph," /De 

Quinto), £2 23. 

149 Mignard, " Madame de Grignon," and " Madame de S^vign^," a pair, 

on copper, oval, 6J x 5; (Wagner), ;£'i6 i6s. 

150 Patinir, " Saint Jerome before a Crucifix," on panel, 17J x 12 (Douglas), 

£(>3- 

151 Perugino, " The Marriage of the Virgin," on panel, and " An Interior," 

after De Hooghe (Glen) ;^I2 12s. 



68 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Febrnary 7, 1910. The collection of Theatrical Portraits 
of Mrs. C. Wylie, deceased, late of 151, Church Street, Chelsea, 
S.W., sold by order of the Executors ; and other properties. 

DRAWINGS. 
BY S. De \Y1LDE. 

1 '• Actors " (Parsons), ;^i 3s. 

2 "J. Emery," as "Davy," in "Bon Ton"; and three others (Parsons), 

3 " .Actors," (Parsons), ^"i 2s. 

4 " Miss Duncan," " Miss Kelly," and " Miss Dickson " (Maggs), ;^i 4s. 

5 " W. Dowton, as Dr. Cantwell." in " The Hypocrite "; " Mrs. Mardyn, 

as Frederick," in " Lovers' Vows;" and " Miss Kelly " (Maggs), 

6 " Miss Kitty Stephens," and " Actors " (Maggs), £1 4s. 

7 " Clara Fisher," in "The Four Mowbrays" (2), and "D. Emery 

as Dandie Dinmont," in " Guy Mannering " (Maggs), ;i^i 4s. 

8 " Miss Kelly," " Miss Stephens," and " Miss Vining " (Maggs), £1 2s. 

9 " Actors," (Lambert), £2. 

10 " A Rae," " V. de Camp," and " James St. Aubyns " (Lambert), £2. 

11 " Miss E. Jones," " Miss Stephens," and " An Actor " (Spencer), 

£1 18s. 

12 " Mrs. Mountain," " Mrs. Davenport," and " Mrs. Bland " (Maggs), 

£2 5s 

13 " S. Simmons, as Abel," in " Honest Thieves; " R. Keeley, as 

" Rumfit," in " The Duel; " " E. Knight, as Scrubs," in " Beau's 
Stratagem " (Maggs), £2 ss. 

14 " W. Downton, as Justice Woodcock," in " Love in a Village; " 

" R. Elliston, as Duke .'\vanza," in "The Honeymoon; " and 
" W. Farren, as Sir Peter Teazle," in " School (or Scandal " 
(Parsons), £2 ids. 

15 " Chas. Connor, as Dr. OToole," in " The Irish Tutor; " " G. Bartley, 

as Sir John Bull," in " Fontainebleau; " and "J. Liston, as Moll 
Flaygon," in " The Lord of the Manor " (Maggs), £1 12s. 

16 "Mr. Raymond, as The Stranger; " "Mr. Bellamy, as Robin Hood; " 

and " J. Fawcett, as Whimsicals," in "The Cabinet " (Welch), £2 los. 

17 " W. Downton," in character, " C. Incledon," and " W. Lovegrove " 

(Maggs), £2 5s. 

18 " Farley," " Mrs. Humby, as The Little Jockey," and ".An Actor," 

(Parsons), £1 12s. 

19 " J. Fawcett," " Conway," and " S. Kemble, as Sir John Falstaff " 

(Parsons), £1 i8s. 
20 " G. Barlley, in Gil Bias; " " J. Liston, as Lord Grizzle " in " Tom 
'ihumb; " and " C. Kemble, as Sigismond," in "The Wanderer'' 
(Parsons), £1 6s. 



February 7, 1910. 69 

21 "V. de Camp, as Hassarac," in "The Forty Thieves; " " S. Simmons, 

as Dicky," in " At Home and Abroad;" and " S. Simmons, as 
Mother Goose " (Stewart), £2 los. 

22 " J. P. Kemble, as CEdipus," " J. P. Hariey, as Lapsus," in "Philander- 

ing; " and " C. Dignum, as Crop," in " No Song, No Supper " 
(Maggs), £1 14s. 

23 " Gibbon, as Vincent," in " The Jovial Crew," " W. Farren, as Lord 

Ogleby," in " The (^Clandestine Marriage;" and " Pearman, as 
Wilhelm," in " Der Freyschutz " (Lambert), £2. 

24 " W. Oxberry, as Justice Greedy," in " New Way to Pay Old Debts; " 

" C. Matthews, as Buslcin," in " Killing, no Murder; " and " J. 
Munden, as Marrall," in " New Way to Pay Old Debts " (Welch), 
£2 15s. 

25 " W. T. Lewis, as J. Diddler," in " Raising the Wind; " " D. Jerry, as 

Leon," in " Rule a Wife and Have a Wife; " "J. Emery, as Tyke," 
in " The School for Reform " (Welch), £2 8s. 

26 " R. Jones, as Flutter," in "The Belle's Stratagem;" " T. Phillips, as 

Heartwell," in " Up all Night; " and " T. King, as Sir Paul Plyant," 
in "The Double Dealer " (Parsons), £1 12s. 

27 " C. M. Young, as The Stranger," " W. Farren, as Lord Ogleby," in 

" The Clandestine Marriage; " and " R. Palmer, as My Lord Duke," 
in " High Life Below Stairs " (Welch), ;^3 los. 

28 " W. West, as Sancho," in " Lovers' Quarrels; " " W. Oxberry, as Leo 

Luminato," in "Oh! this Love; " and "J. Sinclair, as Orlando," in 
" The Cabinet " (Maggs), ^^i 6s. 

29 " Mrs. Mountain, as Variella," in " Tlie Weathercock; " " Mrs. Daven- 

port, as Mrs. Moral," in " The Birthday; " and " Mrs. Liston, as 
Agnes," in " The Mountaineers," (Maggs), £1 5s. 

30 " C. Mathews, as Somno," in " The Sleep-Walker; " " W. Dowton, as 

Dr. CanLwell," in " The Hypocrite; " and " J. Bannister, as Storm." 
in " Ella Rosenberg " (Maggs), £1 los. 

31 " S. Simmons, as Baron Munchausen," " J. Johnston, as O'Dedimus," 

in " Man and Wife; " and " Mr. Fawcett, as Job Thornbury," in 
" John Bull " (Maggs), £1 14s. 

32 " Mrs. Mardyn, as Frederick," in " Lover's Vows; " " Miss M. Tree, 

as Rosina," in " The Barber of Seville," and " Mrs. Martyr, as 
Phcebe, " in "Rosina " (Parsons), £1 los. 

33 " Mrs. Litchfield, as Susan," in " The Follies of a Day," " Miss Stanley, 

as Leonora," in " The Revenge," and " Mrs. H. Johnstone, as 
Alexina," in " The Exile " (Parsons), ^i 16s. 

34 " Miss Duncan, as Maria," in " The Citizen; " " Mrs. Egerton, as 

Helen Macgregor," in " Rob Roy; " and " Miss M. Tree, as 
Susanna," in " The Marriage of Figaro " (Parsons), ^i 15s. 

35 " Mrs. Egerton, as Meg Merrilies," " J. Emery, as Dandie Dinmont," 

and " Tokerly, as Dick Hatteraick," in " Gliy Mannering " (Maggs), 
£1 8s. 

36 " Miss Bolton," as " Ophelia," in " Hamlet;" and " S. J. Brown, as 

Roderigb," in " Othello " (Parsons), £1 is. 

37 " W. Blanchard, as Sir .\ndrew .Aguecheek," in " Twelfth Night." " J. 

Munden, as .\utolicus," in "The Winter's Tale; " and "J. Liston, 
as Pompey," in "Measure for Measure " (Grose), £2- 
3S "J. Cooper, as Hotspur," in "Henry IV.;" " W. A. Conway, as 
Henry V.;" and "Egerton, as Henry VIIL" (Maggs), £1 155. 



70 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

39 " C. Macklin, as Sir Pertinax," in "The Man of the World," 

" Dowton," and " An Actor," three in one frame (Maggs), £2 los. 

PASTELS, BY O. HUMPHRY, R.A. 

40 " Portrait of Henri Louis Lekain," 24J x 21 (Harris), ^^4 53. 

41 " Portrait of Arthur Murphy," 22 x 17^ (Harris), ^£,'9 los. 



PICTURES. 

43 " Portrait of Miss Pope," in grey dress with blue sash, 29 x 24J 
(Smith), ;^36 iss. 

43 " Portrait of Miss Farren," in white dress, seated on the sea shore, 

29 X 24 (Pollard), ;£i8g. 

44 " Portrait of Mrs. Powell," in white dress with blue sash, holding a 

a book, 28 X 24 (Mandl), ;^5o 8s. 

45 " Portrait of J. Sheridan Knowles," in grey cloak, iS.\ x 24 (Grose), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

46 " Portrait of Spranger Barry," in brown dress, holding a letter, 30 x 25 

(Abraham), ^^ii iis. 

47 " Portrait of John Henderson," in dark coat and red collar, holding 

a took, 29 X 24 (Harris), j£j22 is 

48 " Portrait of George Frederick Cooke," in dark dress with white stock, 

28 X 23 (Cohen), £s 15s- 6d- 

49 " Portrait of Mrs. Esten, as Isabella," in " Measure for Measure," 

23 X igj (Quinto), £4 4s. 

50 " Portrait of Catherine (Kitty) Clive," in white dress, 22^ x 17J 

(.'Vbrahani), ;£ii us. 

51 " Portrait of Miss Fanny Kemble," (Mrs. Butler) wearing a black 

mantilla, ii x 17^ (Stewart), £3 3s. 

52 " Portrait of an Actor," in brown coat, a Study of an Actor's head 

on ihe reverse, 21 x 13^ (Withdrawn). 

53 " Portrait of H. Widdicomb," oval, and " Portrait of C. Dignum " 

(Reid), iSs. 

54 Bleeck, B. Van, " Mrs. CriBber, as Cordelia," with other figures, 

from " King Lear," 48^ x 42J (Mandl), £6s 2s. 

55 Briggs, H. P., R..'\., " Portrait of Charles Kemble," in red coat, 

29 X 24J (Mrs. Wheeler), £$ 155. 6d. 

56 Briggs, H. P., R.A., " Portrait of Charles Kemble," in dark dress 

28J X 24 Uohnston), j^2i. 

57 Buss, R. W., " Portrait of J. Cooper," as " Captain Mouth," in the 

" Bride of Ludgate," 21 x 16 (Glen), £4 14s. 6d. 

58 Clater, T., "Portrait of Miss Macaulay, as Belvidera," in " Venice 

Preserved"; and " Portrait of Miss Carew, as Clara," in "The 
Duenna," a pair, 16J x iij (Grose), £1 is. 

59 Qint, G., A.R.A., " Portrait of J. Fawcett, as Frippon," in striped 

coat and cockei hat, 28 x 24 (Mandl), ;^iio ss. 

60 Clint, G., A. R.A. " Portrait of J. P. Harley," in dark coat, 18 x 15 

(Wagner), £2 iss. 

61 Clint, G., A.R.A., " Portrait of Miss Smithson, as Miss Dorrillon," 

in white dress, i6| x 12 (Lambert), £g. 

62 Cltnt, G., A.R.A., " Portrait of W. Oxberry, as Master Stephen," 

iij X 9i (Lambert), £y. 



February 7, 1910. 71 

63 Clint, G., A.R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Sarah Hartley, as Puphinsin," in 

"The Grecian Daughter," on panel; and "Mrs. Jordan, as Rosa- 
lind " (Pollard), £2 8s. 

64 Harlow, G. H., " Portrait of Charles M. Young," in dark dress, 

29 X 24 (Austen), £2 13s. 6d. 

65 Northcote, J., R.A., " Portrait of Richard Suett," in brown coat, with 

powdered hair, i8J x 16 (Mrs. Wheeler), £6 6s. 

66 Parkinson, T , " Portraits of Ed. Shuter, Mrs. Green and John Quick," 

in " She Stoops to Conquer," 30^ x 42 (Turner), £2^ 6s. 

67 Roberts, " Portrait of J. Quick, as The Nabob "; and " A Portrait 

of John Listen," in grey coat (Wheeler), £i. 

68 Romney, G., " Portrait of Mrs. Jordan," in white dress, 14J x 12J 

(Parsons), ^9 gs. 

69 Score, W., " Portrait of J. Quick "; and " Head of John Sinclair,'" 

on panel (Wagner), .£2 5s. 

70 Thompson, T. H., " Portrait of Miss O'Neill," in white dress with 

yellow shawl, 29 x 24^ (Abrahams), £11 lis. 

71 Walton, H., " Portrait of John Palmer, as Count .Almaviva," in 

" The Spanish Barber, ' 29J x 20 (Pollard), £38. 

72 De Wilde, S., " Portrait of John Faucett, as Dr. Pangloss, " in 

Colman's " Heir-at-Law," 29 x 22^ (Wagner), £1 los. 

73 De Wilde, S., " Portrait of J. Bannister, as Gradus," in " Who's 

the Dupe," 29^ x 22^ (Lambert), ;£jio los. 

74 De Wilde, S., " Portrait of J. Quick, as Bob .Acres," in " The Rivals," 

285 X 21J (Grose), £2 los. 

75 De Wilde, S., " Portrait of Samuel Thomas Russell, as Jerry Sneak," in 

" The Mayor of Garratt," 24 x 18 (Lambert), ;^2i. 

76 De Wilde, S., " Portrait of J. G. Holman," in character, 15 x 12 

(Lambert), £2 2s. 

77 De Wilde, S., "Portrait of J. Palmer, as Don Carlos," in " Ximena," 

15 X II (Wagner), ^i i8s. 

78 De Wilde, S., 1818, " Portrait of J. Emery, as Tom Moody," in " The 

Provoked Husband," 11 x 9^ (Wagner), £3 13s. 6d. 

79 De Wilde, S., "Portrait of Charles Mathews, as Goldfinch"; and 

" Portrait of Charles Kean, as Hamlet," by A. E. Chalon, R..\. 
(Wagner), £1 los. 

80 Zoffany, J., R..\., "Portrait of Sam Foote, as Major .Sturgeon," 

and another actor, in " The Mayor of Garratt," 20J x 33J (Laking), 
£52 I OS. 



Dififerent properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

Jn the folio. 

81 An Album, containing Indian and Italian drawings by Ince, Penley, 

etc. (100); Market Figures, by Bunbury; Itinerant Musicians; and 
Sixteen drawings of coast scenes, etc., unlramed (Parsons), £s iss. 6d. 

82 Morland, G., 1792, " Figures at a Repast in a Boat," pencil and red 

chalk, 14J X i8£ (Sabin), £4. 

83 Morland, G., "Goats; Sheep; Studies ot Figures," etc., pencil and 

red chalk (Austen), £4. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



84 Munn, P. S., 1804, " A Mill in the Vale of Rhyddol, Cardiganshire"; 

" A Road Scene," by R. R. Reinagle; etc. (Bryce), £4 153. 

85 Bartolozzi, F., R.A., " Portrait of Miss Wallis," standing in a land- 

scape, pencil and red chalk, 19 x 12! (Parsons), £y 155. 

86 A. G. K., " Eight Sketches of Characters taken from ' Pickwick 

Papers,' " 7i x 4J (Spencer), £2. 

87 .\. G. K., " Nine Sketches of Characters taken from ' David Copper- 

field,' ' Old Curiosity Shop,' and ' Martin Chuzzlevvit,' " yj x 4^ 
(Spencer), £2. 

88 \. G. K., " Nine Sketches of Characters taken from ' Dombey and Son,' 

' Oliver Twist,' ' The Chimes,' and ' Nicholas Nickleby,' " yl s 4!- 
(Spencer), £2. 

Frained. 

89 Kelsey, J., " Lord Hood's Fleet at Spithead, August 17th, 1791," and 

the key, 9* x i6£ (Veale), £2 5^- 

90 Gainsborough, T., R.A. (After), "The Blue Boy"; and "Henrietta 

Maria," after Van Dyck, a pair, 14 x 9I (Misell, jun.), £1 is. 

91 Downman. J., .A.R./V., 1780, " Portrait of Richard Freke, Esq. ''; and 

" Portrait of Mrs. Freke," a pair, oval, 8 x 6i (Parsons), ;^5. 

92 Downman, J. .'V.R.A., " Head of a Lady "; and " Portrait of Miss 

Fitzgerald " (Renton), £2 155. 

93 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in shepherd's costume; 

and " A Lady," in white dress (Renton), £1 155. 

94 Wheatley, "Going to School"; and "Lessons at Home," a pair, 

15 X ui (Renlon), £i los. 



PICTURES. 

95 Brooking. C, " Shipping at .Anchor," io| x 16 (Ribbes), £^ loi. 

96 Wheeler, J. A., 1886, " Portrait of ' Forty Winks,' " in a stable, 

273 ^ 35s (Spencer), £2. 

97 Sanderson, R., " Waiting for a Nibble," iij- x 7I (Grose), £1 $s. 

98 Morland, " A Peasant-Boy and Two Pigs," unframed, 16 x 20 (Hold), 

;^4 14s. 6d. 

99 Early English School, " Portrait of an Artist," 29 x 24 (P^rs. Wheeler), 

£^ 4S- 
100 Hudson, T., " Portrait of a Gentleman," in grey coat, 48 x 57^ 

(Slade), £n 4s. 
loi English School, " Coast Scene," i8i x 30} (Parker), £S. 

102 Crome, " Landscape," with old cottages, I4§ x 12 (Buck), £2 153. 

103 Shayer, W., sen., " Coast Scene "; and " A River Scene," with 

soldiers, on panel, (D. M. Davis), £l^ 6s. 6d. 

104 Dutch School, "Winter Scenes," a pair, 6i x 8i (Bell), £-i 3s. 

105 Early English School, " Portrait of a Naval Officer," oval, aSJ x 24 

(Leggatt), JC43 IS. 

106 Van Dyck, " The Adoration of the Magi," 3? x 21J (Glen), ^'241 los. 

107 Gaddi, " The Madonna and Child," 32 x i8i (Glen), £2() 8s. 

108 Luny, T., 1824, " .\ Frigate coming to anchor "; and " Woody River 

Scenes," a pair, Mitchell, £6 6s. 

109 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," in brown dress, 29 k 22^ 

(Harries), £16 16s. 



February 7, 1910. 73 



no Hare, St. George, " Playmates," 35 x 23J (Shepherd), £S 8s. 

111 Carter, W., " Grannie," 29 x 24^ (Shepherd), £5 53. 

112 Gilbert, Arthur, 1853, " .V Calm Evening," 13 x 22^ (Lister), £2 los. 

113 Morland, " Woody Landscape," i6 x 23J (Harries), £i^ 14s. 6d. 

114 Teniers, " Smokers "; and " .A River Scene " (Roe), £6 los. 

lis Harlow, G. H., " Portrait of James Northcote, R.A.", 20 x 15], 
£18 i8s. 

116 Frith, W. P., R.A., " The Game of Billiards," 9J x iij (Lister), 

.;£'ll IIS. 

117 Turner, Daniel, " Views of London from the River," a set cf three, 

5i X 7i (Hull), ;£-ii us. 



The property of a lady. 

PICTURES. 

118 " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark coat; " Napoleon "; and "George 

IV." n pair; and "Ihe Widow's Mite," an oval print (iVIisell, jun.). 
£1 4S. 

119 Dutch School, " The Destruction of the Turkish Fleet," 44J x 71 

(Grose), £2 8s. 

120 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in dark dress, 29 x 24J 

(Pettigrew), £i 3s. 

121 Hudson, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress; and " Portrait of a 

Gentleman," in breastplate and red coat, ovals, a pair, 28* x 24 
(Sampson), ^^'s 55 

122 Italian School, " The Adoration of the Magi "; and " The Adoration 

of the Shepherds," a pair, 34 x 45 (Sampson) ^4 los 

123 Jordaens, J., " Christ in the House of Martha and Mary," 36 x 40 

(Richardson), j^48 6s. 

124 Modern, " A Park Scene," with figures and cattle, 30 x 44 (MitchelU, 

£13 »3S- 

125 Rosa S., " Woody Landscape "; and "The Holy Family " (Jacobs), 15?. 



74 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 8, 1910. Engravings, chiefly of the Early 
English School. The property of a gentleman. 

UnfraDied. 

I " Content and Innocence " (Lady Rushout and Child), after A Kauffman, 

by Burke, (Parsons), ;£i2 12s. 
3 " Battledore and Shuttlecock," after Hamilton, proof; and " The 

Fortune Teller " (Lindow), i8s. 

3 " Una Sleeping, and Eleanor of Bretagne," after Shelley; " Classical 

Subject," after Hamilton, by Bartolozzi, proof, etc. (Lee), ^£'3. 

4 " The Parade," and " The Embankment," after Ramberg, by E. Scott, a 

pair; and two others (Rimell), ^2. 

5 " Zephyrus and Flora "; and " Vertumnus and Pomona," after Coypel, 

by Bartolozzi, printed in colours, framed (Sabin), ;£'io 10s. 

6 " The Mask," after Reynolds, by C. Turner; and " The Fortune Teller," 

after the same, by Sherwin (Lee), £2 los. 

7 "The Reading Magdalen," after Correggio, by Bartolozzi; "Scriptural 

Subjects," after F. Bol, by W. Ward, etc. (Parsons), ^£^1 i8s. 

8 " Madonna di San Sisto," after Raphael, by F. Muller, framed (Pollard), 

£1 SS- 

9 " Queen Elizabeth of Spain," after Rubens, by J. Louys; " Sir P. 

Lely," by A. de Jode, etc. (Parsons) £j is. 
10 " Lord Loughborough," after M. Brown, by H. Hudson, and three 

others (Maggs), £2 los. 
U "Dr. Richard Bushby," after Riley, by J. Watson; and "Thomas 

Stewardson," after Opie, by W. Barney (Huggins), £y 7s. 

12 " Rt. Hon. William Pitt," after Romney, by J. Jones (Huggins), 

£37 16s. 

13 " The Marquis of Tavistock," after Reynolds, by J. Watson, first pub- 

lished state (Bird), £1 lis 6d. 

14 "Charles, Earl of Romney," after Beech:y whole-le igth, by V. Green 

(Parker), i8s. 

15 "The Duchess of Rutland," after Reynolds, by Sherwin; and "Mrs. 

Siddons," after Hamilton, by Caldwell, (Breun), ;^i 10s. 

16 " The Countess of Southampton," after Van Dyck, by J. McArdell, first 

state, and another (Brail), £1 i8s. 

17 "Sir Isaac Newton," after Seeman, by McArdell; "The Young Pre- 

tender," and other portraits (Sabin), £1 155. 

18 "Adrian Beverland and his Mistress," by P. Schenck; "Sir P. Lely," 

by J. Becket, etc. (Lindow), £1 18s. 

19 " Madame Parson," after Lely, by Verkolje; " Madame Sidley," after 

Wissing, etc. (Brail), £2 15. 

20 "Princess of Orange," after Lely, by R. Thompson; "The Lady 

Williarr.s," after Wissing (two jirpressiopis) ; and another (Brill), £2. 



February S, igio. 75 



SMITH, J. 

21 " John Locke," after Kneller; " Abraham Hondius," and tv\.o others 

(Breun), lus. 6d. 

22 "General Maxwell," after Closterman; "Lord Bury"; and "The 

Duke of Gloucester," after Kneller (Huggins), £1 8s. 

23 " Hon. Robert Cecil," after Kneller, first state, " Christopher 

Wren," after the same, and " Sir R. Clayton " (Huggins) £4 4s. 

24 " Madame D'Avenant, and the Countess of Ranelagh," after Kneller 

(Davis), £2 14s. 

25 " Mrs. Elinor Copley, and Lady Elizabeth Cromwell," after 

Kneller (Lee), ;£?4. 

26 " Catherine, Lady Copley," after Kneller, proof; and " Mrs. 

Roydhouse, after J. de Medina (Lee), £2. 

27 " Mrs. Yarborough," " The\ Countess of Essex," and others, after 

Kneller (Brail), £2. 

28 Rowlandson, T. : "A Soldiers' Encampment," water-colour drawing 

(Robson and Co.), £s 15s. 6d. 



The following were from the Collection of J. E. Fordham, 
Esq., of Melbourn Bury, Royston. 

29 " Hastings," after Turner, by R. Wallis, proof before letters (Castello), 

£1 IS. 

30 " Duncan Gray," after Wilkie; and others, after Turner, Harding, etc. 

(Amor), £1. 

31 " A Piper and Pair of Nutcrackers," after Landseer, by Cousins, 

artist's proof; and " The Highland Shepherd's Home," after the 
same (Stevens), £2. 

32 " Sir Walter Scott," after Raeburn, by W. Walker; " Rt. Hon. 

W. E. Gladstone, by the same, proof; and other portraits (Rimell), 
£6 6^. 

33 Views on the Rhine and elsewhere, by W. Hollar (6); " St. Francis," and 

another, by the same (Gutekunst), ^i 2S. 

34 " The Spanish, Dutch, and English fleets off Deal Castle," by W. 

Hollar; Views of Ipswich and Greenwich (Gutekunst), £^. 

35 " The Four Seasons," by W. Hollar (Gutekunst), £^ los. 

36 " Portrait of Thomas Cromwell," after Holbein, by J. Pillion, fine 

proof (McCufHey), £1. 

37 " La petite Fille au Chien, after Greuze," by Porporati (Smith), £^ 15s. 

38 " Ann, Countess of Orrery "; and " Polly Jones," after H. D. 

Hamilton, by J. Watson, first states (Hyam), £2 55. 

39 " Girl and Calves," after Morland, by W. Ward; and " Rubbing down 

the Post-horse," after the same, by J. R. Smith (Stone), £2 5s. 

40 " Childish Amusement," after Morland, by \\". Dickinson (Maggs), 

41 " Villagers," after Morland, by J. Young, etched letter proof (Allen), 

£.S '15s. 6d. 

42 " Breaking the Ice," after Morland, by J. R. Smith (Allen), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 



76 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



The property of Merton A. Thorns, Esq., deceased, late of 
4, St. George's Square, S.W., sold by order of the Executor. 

Framed. 

43 " Lady Catherine Powlet," after Cosway, by C. White; and three 

others, in colours (M. Jacobson), ;£^. 

44 "Girl with a Tambourine," after A. Kauffman ; "Friendship," after 

Russell; and another, ovals, printed in colours (W. Sabin), 
;^i7 6s. 6d. 

45 " Lydia," after Peters, by W. Dickinson, in red; and "Black, Brown 

and Fair," by J. R. Smith (Barnard), ^£'3. 

46 " Maria Linley," after Westall, by Ryder; " Miss Farren," after the 

same; and two others (M. Jacobson), ^£2 12s. 6d. 

47 " The Persian Sibyl," after Russell, by Ogborne; and " Mrs. SidJons," 

by Sherwin, printed in colours (.M. Jacobson), ^£^7 17s. 6d. 

48 " The Royal Rose," by P. W. Tomkins, printed in colours (Pollard), 

IDS. 6d. 

49 "Lady Louisa Manners," after Reynolds; and "Sensibility," after 

Romney, in colours (M. Jacobson), j^Ji? 6s. 6d. 

50 " Ann, Marchioness Townshend," and " The Duke of Orleans," aftei 

(Cosway, by J. Hadfield ; and another (Breun), j^'i 153 

51 " Isabella Czartoryska," after the same, by Testolini ; and two others 

(Pollard), £3 iss. 

52 " Lord Justice Fitzgibbon," after Cosway, by Bartolozzi, printed in 

colours; and " Mrs. Cosway," by J. Conde (Ellis and Smith), £6 6s. 

53 "George. Prince of Wales," after the same, by Cond^ ; and "The 

King and Queen of Sweden," by J. Agar, in colours (M. Jacobson), 
£2 ss. 

54 " Mrs. ."Xbington as ' Roxalana,' " .■iftc-r Reynolds, by Sherwin (Amor), 

£1 SS. 

55 " Lady Acland and Children," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. 

(Parker), .:£'2i. 

56 "John Philpot Curran," after Lawrence, by J. R. Smith; and " Dr. 

Hunter," after Reynolds (Breun), £1^ 14s. 

57 " Miss Farren," and " The Duchess of Richmond," after Dowaman, 

by Burke and Collyer, printed in colours (W. Sabin), ;^2o i)P. 6d. 

58 " Mrs. Siddons," after the same, by P. W. Tomkins, printed in colours 

(W. Sabin), ^£'20 gs. 6d. 

59 " Mrs. Russell Manners," after Stroeckling, by R. Cooper, proof, printed 

in colours (Amor), £21. 

60 " A Bacchante," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, printed in 

colours (W. Jacobson), £i 3s. 

61 " The Kitchen Maid," after Rembrandt, proof before any letters (Home), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

62 " Promenade in St. James' Park," after E. Dayes, by Soiron (Amor), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

63 "Mary's Dream," after Wheatley, by W. Ward; "The Exhibition of 

the Royal Academy," after Brandoin (Amor), ;^i8 i8s. 



February 8, igio. 77 



The property of Sir J. A. Jacoby. deceased, late of 34, Eaton 
Place, S. W. Sold by order of the Executors. 

64 " Nymphs Bathing," after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours; 

and a fancy subject, oval, in bistre (Pyke), ;^4 4s. 

65 and 66 " Views of London," after Rowlandson, by Schutze, a set of 

four, in colours; and " Views in London," by Dagaty, a pair, in 
colours (Levy), ^^39 18s. 

67 " Illustrations to Shakespeare's Plays," after H. Bunbury, by Meadows, 

and others, a set of twenty, printed in colours (Muggs), £s-i 12s. 

Other Properties. 

Unframeci. 

68 " The Maid of Saragossa," after L. Hoppner, by H. Meyer, and " Rt. 

Hon. C. J. Fox," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Jones (Hyam), 
£3 13s. 6d. 

69 " Miss Harriet Powell," after C. Read, by Corbutt; and " Miss Beatson," 

after the same (Bower), £1 iis. 6d. 

70 " The Three Trees," etching by Rembrandt (Sabin), ;£^79 i6s. 

71 " Gargoyles," etching by D. Y. Cameron (Obach), £i,^ 14s. 

Framed. 

72 " The Interior of thp. South Aisle, St. Mark's, Venice," etching by 

D. Y. Cameron (Obach), £iy i6s. 

73 " The Monastery," by the same (Obach), ;^25 4s. 

74 " Countess Spencer and Lord Althorp," after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. 

Cousins, artist's proof (Vicars), ;^3 3s. 

75 " Lady Hamilton as ' The Spinstiess,' " after G. Romney, by C. H. 

Jeens, artist's proof (.Amor), £^ 14s. 6d. 

76 " The same, as ' Emma,' " after G. Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, 

artist's proof; and " Lady Mansfield," after the same, by T. G. 
Appleton (Mrs. Stagg), ;£'i2 12s. 

77 " Lady Charlotte Campbell, and Lady Langham," after Hoppner, paint- 

ings on glr.ss (Mrs. St.ngi,'), £"iy los. 

78 " A Shipwreck," after Turner, by C. Turner, engraver's proof (Reid), 

;^1I OS 6d. 

79 " The Horse Fair," after Rosa Bonheur, by T. Landseer, artist's proof 

(Cave), £is 15s. 

80 " Mr. Tattersall," after T Beach, by J. Jones (Fores), £6. 

Si " Rt. Hon. William Pitt," nh^r G. Dupont, by R. Earlom, open letter 
proof (Carney), ;^8. 

82 " Madame Talleyrand," after Gerard, by W. Dickinson, proof before 

letters (Maggs), £7 ys 

83 " A Lecture on Gadding," after J. R. Smith, by Bartolozzi, printed in 

colours; and another (Sabin), ^^39 18s. 

84 " Sensibility (Lady Hamilton)," after Romney, by R. Earlom (Whit- 

worth), £2 I2S. 6d 

85 " Mrs. Fitzherbert," after Cosway, by J. Condd (Russell), £S 8s. 



78 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

86 " Lady Melbourne and Child," after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson 

(Sabin), £g gs. 

87 " David Garrick," after Gainsborough, by V. Green, first state (Maggs), 

£5 5s- 
8S & Sg "George III.," after Gainsborough, by G. Dupont, first state; and 
" Queen Charlotte," after and by the same (Larkin), £6 6s. 

90 " Lord Holland," after J. R. Smith, by S. W. Reynolds, proof before 

letters (Johnson), £2 2S- 

91 " Edward Wortley Montague," after Peters, by J. R. Smith, first state 

(Collins), £1 ss. 

92 " The Duke of Roxburgh," by J. Smith, proof (Collins), £1 $5. 

93 " Major Money in perilous position," after Reinagle, by Murphy (Sabin), 

;£^I0 lOS. 

94 " Viscount Curzon," after Devis. by W. Say, proof before all letters 

(Collins), los. 6d. 

95 " Admiral Lord Collingwood," by C. Turner, open letter proof (Parsons), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

96 " Admiral Duncan's Victory," after Copley, by W. J. Ward, uncut 

margin (Taylor), £j 7s. 

97 " Lord Heathfield," after Poggi, stipple by Bartolozzi, proof (Watson), 

£2 2S. 

58 " General Washington," after Trumball, stipple by T. Cheesman (West), 

£2 2S. 

99 " Edmund Burke," after Reynolds, stipple by Benedetti, proof before 
all letters (F. Daniell), £7 17s. 6d. 

100 " Lord Loughborough," after Reynolds, by Grozer; and " Lord Mans- 

field," after the same, by Bartolozzi, proof (Collins), £6 i6s. t>d 

101 " George, Marquis Townshend," after Reynolds, by C. Turner (Sabin), 

;fl0 lOS. 

102 " The Duchess of Buccleuch and daughter," after Sir J. Reynolds, 

whole-length, by J. Watson (Davis), £2^ 3s. 

103 " Anne, Duchess of Cumberland," after the same, whole-length, by 

J. Watson (Maggs), ;£'i9 19s. 

104 " The Due d'Orleans," after Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, first state, 

(Watson), ;^3 3s. 

105 " L'Abb^ de Soissons and Petrus Poncet," by Nanteuil (Obach), ;^8 8s. 

106 " Due de la Meilleraye," after Justus, by Nanteuil (F. Daniell), 

;^i8 i8s. 

107 " Auvray-Benoise," and " Le Tellier," by Nanteuil (Ellis and Smith), 

£9 9S- 

108 " De la Tour," after himself, by Schmidt (Lewell), £\ is. 

109 " Harcourt (Cadet h la perle), " after Mignard, by Masson, early state 

(Williamson), £g 9s. 

110 " The Children of Count d'Artois, " after Drouais, by Beauvarlet (Wil- 

liamson), £7 7s. 

111 " Princp de Cond^," by Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Foster), £^ 5s. 

112 " Duchesse d'Angoul6me," after Dabos, by V. Green, printed in colours 

(Taylor), £7 7s. 
Ill " Le Philosophe Mari(5," after Lancret; and " Jeu d'Enfans," after 

Coypel, by Lepicid (Taylor), £2 2s. 
114 "Mile. Sa Soeur," after Heillman, by Chevillet; and "The Paris F6te 

of Fireworks " (Huggins), £2 12s. 6d. 



February S, 1910. 79 



115 " Ou'en dit I'Abb^," after Lavreince, by Delaunay, wilh A.T.D.K. 

(Sabins), ;^23 2S. 

116 " Painting," after A. Kauffman, by Bariolozzi, proof in red (Castello), 

£i 15s- 

117 " Sfielling Peas, and Gathering Nuts," after Bigg, by P. W. Tonikins, 

proofs in bistre (Russell), ;^22 is. 

118 " The St. James' and St. Giles' Beauties," after Benwell, by Bartoiozzi, 

proofs before letters, in red (Rawlings), ^£^17 17s. 

119 " The Months," after VV. Hamilton, R.A., by Bartoiozzi and Gardiner, 

the set ot twelve ovals, some proofs (Greville), £^6 4s. 

120 " The Cries of London," after F. Wheatley, R.A., by Schiavonetti, A. 

Cardon, Vendramini, and others, the set of thirteen, some oroofs 
(Greville), £<)^ los. 

121 " Children Bird-nesting," and " Children Playing Blind Man's BufT," 

after Morland. by W. Ward, printed in colours (Steele^, X)i35- 

122 " The Sportsman's Return," after Morland, by \\'. Ward, printed in 

colours (Rice), £t2 13s. 

123 " The Squire's Door," and " The Farmer's Door," after G. Morland, 

by B. Duterrau, a pair (Lauser), ^^5 55. 

124 " A \'isit to the Grandmother," after Northcote, by J. R. Ssmith; and 

" A Visit to the Grandfather," after J. R. Smith, by E. Dayes, a 
pair, printed in colours (Maggs), ;£6i 19s. 

125 " Interview of Tom Jones and Sophia "; and another, after IX)WP.- 

man, by P. Simon, printed in colours (Bramber;, jQxo 10s. 

126 " Children Playin.!;? at Whiptop and Shuttlecock," after W. Hamilton, 

by J. Barney, a pair, printed in colours (Sabin), ;^3o 9s. 

127 " The Happy Village," and " The Deserted Village," by J. K. Sherwin, 

printed in colours (Chapman), £2 13s. 6d. 
ia8 " September," " October," " November," " December," alter Hamilton, 
by Bartoiozzi (Amor), ;£'io los. 

129 " Venus and Nymph," after A. Kauffman, by Gaugain, printed in 

colours; " The Education of Coraly," after Northcote, by the same; 
and another, circles (B. Jacobson), £5 5s. 

130 " Ceres and Pomona," after Cipriani, by Bartoiozzi, a pair in brown 

(Pollard), £2. 

131 " Chances of the Steeplechase," after J. Pollard, by Rosenburgh and 

Hunt, a set of eight, in colours (Wallace), j£^ 4s. 



8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 12, 1910. The following were sold by order of 
the Executors of J. H. Nettlefold, Esq., deceased, late of 
Observatory House, Campden Hill, W. 

DR.WVINGS. 

I Bach, Guido (1S69), " Youth and Age," 23 x 175 (Mullen), £2% ys. 
3 Cattermole, G., " The Audience Chamber," yl x 21 (Furber), ;^5 5s. 

3 Chambers, G. (1839), " Shipping off the Coast," 8 x iij (Bowden), 

^^■n OS. 6d. 

4 Collier, T., " Crossing the Sands," I2| x igj (Leggatt), £^8 17s. 

5 Collier, T., " On the Moor," 9 x 13J (Furber), £13 13s. 

6 Cooper, T. S., R..^. (1840), " Two Cows and Three Sheep in a 

Pasture," ji x 13 (Gutemann), ^25 4s. 

7 Cox, " River Scene," 10 x 14 (Bower), £n 14s. 

8 Cox, " .A Peasant," on a white horse, crossing a common; and " A 

Common Scene," with peasani-women (Merritt), ;£rio los. 

9 Cox, " A. Town on the Coast," and " A Country Lane " (Lister), 

£14 14s. 

10 Cox, " A Distant View of Windsor," " Ladies and Gentlemen on a 

Terrace," and " a lithograph " (.'Vckermann), £:^7 i6s. 

11 Cox, D., "The Entrance to Haddon Hall," 75 x 5 (Parker), £2 13s. 6d. 
J2 Cox, D., " A Colonnade," with figures, 8x5! (Heape), £i^ 4s. 

J3 Danby, T., " On the River Llugwy," 15I x 25J (Leger), ;^3 :33. 6d. 

14 Danby, T., " Crossing the Moor," io| x 195 (Mitchell), £2 3s. 

15 Ellis, Edwin (1S71), " Hastings," sunrise, S§ x I2| (Prescott), £6 i6s. 6d. 

16 Ellis, Edwin (1871), " A Castle on the Coast," 8 x 12 (Leger), 

;^5 155. 6d 

17 Fielding, C. (1831), " Landscape." loJ x 13^ (Vicars), £2j. 

18 Fielding. C. (1826), " A Lake Scene," with an angler and cattle, 8 x 12J 

(Mullen), ;,^38 17s. 

19 Fripp, G. A., " Evening," 11 x 17 (Vicars), ;^ii iis. 

20 Fripp. G. A. (1852), " Welsh River Scene," 13 x 21^ (Leger), £4 4s. 

21 Foster, Birket, " A Girl with a Calf at a Stream," 6 x 4I (Furber), 

22 Halswelle, Keeley, .'X.R.S.A. (1871), " Venice," Sunset, 12 x i6| (Vicars), 

£26 ss 

23 Hardy, J., jun. (1870), " A Dead Pigeon," 6i x q\ (Hoape), ;^iq 19s 

24 Marny, P., " Views in Towns," a pair, 13 x gj (Parker), £y 7s. 

25 Prout, S., " Roman Ruins," 16J x iij (Permain), £ig 19s. 

26 C. M. R., " A Bridge over a River," 20 x 29^ (A. Ward), £^ 14s. 6d. 

27 Sherrin, J., " Apple-Blossom and Bird's-Nest," 8 x 12 (Hempe), £iy 6s. 

28 Simoni, G., " Th(! Ar.ib Guard," 12 x 6i (Furber), j^8 8s. 

29 Simoni, G., " The Lackey," 11 x 5J (Furber), £j 7s. 

30 Simoni, G., " A Spanish Lady," loj x 7J (Grose), £2 12s. 6d. 

31 Simoni, G., " An Arab Merchant," 11x7 (Wallis), ^6 6s. 

32 Tayler, F. (1868), " Driving Cattle," 9J x 14I (Heape), £u os. 6d. 



February 12, 1910. 81 



nCTURES. 

•^T Andsell, R., R.A. (1862), " Highland Shepherds taking sheep across a 
stream," 2q x 52 (Sampson), /r6o 18s. 

34 Baker, T. (1863), " River Scene," 12J x iSJ (Whitehead), ;£;is 15s. 

35 Baker, T. (1861), " Kenihvorth," q x i4i (Whale), /:6 6s. 

36 Beavis, R. (1870), " Hauling up a Fishing-Boat," coast of Holland, 

12 X 24 (Heape), ^^25 4s. 

37 Burt, C. T. (1872), " Ebb Tide," 27^ x 42 (Sturkey), £6 6s. 

38 Burt, C. T. (1872), " \ Welsh Valley," igi x 29^ (Sturkey). £s 53. 

39 Burt, C. T. (1870), " After the Storm," 15^ x 23^ (Furber), £^ 4s. 

40 Carter, H., " Mending the Net," 22 x 27 (Wallis), £16 i6s. 

41 Cole, Vicat, R.A. (1870), " A View on the Thames," 20 x 29^ (Samp- 

son), j£^94 I OS. 

42 Cooper, T. S., R..\. (1870), " Five Sheep in a Pasture," 12 x i6 

(Howard), £^2. 

43 Cooper, T. S., R.A. (1S70), "Three Cows by a River," 12 x 16 (Howard), 

/".if) 4S- 

44 Cooper, T. S., R.A., " Seven Cows by a Stream," 6j i 8-^ (Furber), 

/:26 .^s. 

45 Dawson, H. (1866), " Waiting for the Tide." 29! x 41. J (Heape), £60 i8s. 

46 Dawson, H. (i86i-6), " Sunrise at Sea," 19J x 30 (Heape), ;£,'29 8s. 

47 Dawson, H. (1868), " Harvest," qi x 13^ (Furber), ;^i8 7s. 6d. 

48 Fantin-Latour, H. (1872), " Roses in a Glass." 12^ x 10 (Gooden and 

Fox), ^^136 los. 

49 Gilbert. Sir J., R.A. (i86i), " Buckingham and Cardinal Wolser," 

41J X 72 (F. Nettlefold), ;£:2io. 

50 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A. (1871-3-3), "The Arrest of I-ord Haslinj^s," 

0' Richard HI.," Act iii. Scene 4), 26 x 47^ (Mitchell), /'96 12s. 

51 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A. (1873), " Soldiers halting by the roadside," 20 x 26 

(Furber). £56 14s. 

52 Hayes, E., R.H..\. (1873), " Falmouth Harbour," 17^ x 31^ (Heap«l, 

^"46 4S- 

53 Henshaw. F. H., " Landscape," 7^ x 12 (Sampson), ;^i6 i6s. 

54 Hering, G. E., " Bellaggio, Lago di Como," and " The Pass of the 

Grimsel," a pair, oval, 10 x SJ (Leger), £j 17s. 6d. 

55 Hering, G. E., " Lago Maggiore," 23' x 43 (Huggings), ^£^14 3s. 6d. 

56 Holland, J. (1860-2), " The Fountain of San Giorgio, Genoa," 34 x i-^i 

(Permain), ;£r46 4,^. 

57 Holland, J. (i860), " The Piazzetta and .Santa Maria della S.-ilute, 

Venice," 10 in., circular (Wallis), £2^ 6s. 

58 Holland, J., " Oporto. Portugal," 17 x 25 (Leite), ;^39 i8s. 

59 Leader, B. W., R.A (1871), " River .Scene," 13J x j8 (Furber), ^^46 4s. 

60 Linnell, J., Sen., " Landscape," 15J x 19I (Furber), ^52 los. 

61 Muller, W. (1839), " Winter Landscape," 18 x 29 (Furber), £727 <>^- 

62 Muller, W., " A Woody Road," SJ- x 6 (Wallis), ^Tiy 17s. 

63 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., " Coast Scene," zij x 35 (Mullen), £26 53. 

(4 Philip, J., R.A. (1850), " Contemplatien," iqj x isi (Wallis), £11 os. 6d. 

65 Roberts, D., R.A. (i8s6), " A Ruined Temple," isi x iij (Paris), 

j£"io los. 

66 Schlesinger, H. (1870), " Sweet Seventeen," 36 x 28 (Wallis), ;^i7 ij^. 

67 Shayer, W., Sen., " Coast Scene," 17^ x 23J (Vicars), £37 i6s. 



82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

68 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "What you Wil] !"' A party of ladies and 

gentlemen in n garden, 19 t 20J (Royal Academy, 1822), Collection 
of Sir Francis Chantrey, R.A., 1861 (Vicars), ;£'i,i76. 

69 Underbill. W., " The Fisherman's Home," and " The Rugged Path," 

a pair. 17J x 135 (M. Joseph), j£g gs. 

70 Vickers, A., " The Thames at East Greenwich," 153 x 23J (Furber), 

;^i3 13s- 

71 Vickers. A. (1867). " I.yminglon," ii| x 19I (.^gne\v), ;^i8 18s. 

72 Vickers, A., " Lake of Capel Curig, North Wales," 7I x igj (Furberl, 

The property of a gentlema,n. 

DRAWINGS. 

73 Bough, Sam, R.S.A. (1865). " Landscape," (David<;on), £ji i8>. 

74 Bonheur. Rosa. " Sheep on a Hillside," sepia, heightened with white. 

jo| X 15-5 (Sampson), £y ys 
7"; Bonheur. Rusj (1867), " A Herd of Cattle," charcoal, 15 x iq (Sampson), 

76 Cooper. T. S., R.A. (1883), " Three Cows in Canterbury Meadows," 

.4 s 13 (Mitchell), ^19 8s. 6d. 

77 Fraser, Alex, R.S.A. , " In Polton Woods," gj x 13J (Wallis), /I's 5s. 

78 Foster, Birkct, " Gathering Blackberries," 6 x 8| (Sampson), j637 i6s. 

79 Foster, Birket, " .\ Welsh Homestead," 6^ .x 9J (Sampson), ^^46 4s. 

80 Kauffman, A., R..\., " Nymphs Bathing," oval, 8J x 6| (Leggatt), £g gs. 

81 Meissonier. Charles (1884), " The Musician," 10 x 7J (Bowden>, 

;£?I7 6s. 6d. 
8a Moore, James, A.R.H.A. (1S70), " Down Hill, County Derby," gj x 13^ 

(Heape), £^ 13s. 6d. 
*3 Richardson, E., " Sea Piece," 25 x 44 (Paris), £^ 4s. 

84 Richardson, E., " Sea Piece with Shipping," 23J x 35 (Newman,-, 

;£?! J IS. 6d. 

85 Sutherland, Fanny. " Haddon Hall," 13J- x 19I (Newman), £2 12s. 6d. 

86 Tenkate, M., " The Children's Sledge," 13^ x 19J- (Wallis), jC'o 10s. 
I7 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Coast Scene," 13I x i8j (.Ackermann), 

£tio 5s. 
88 Verbocckhovrn. K. (1S77), " A Goal," black and while chalk, 26^ x 21 
(Upperton), J^6 6s. 

89 Wintour, J. C, A.R.S..^., " Menstrie Castle, Stirlingshire," 10 x 14 

(Wallis), ;t'-^ i^s- 6d. 

.MODt-:RN I'ICTURKS. 
BRITISH SCHOOL 

90 Adam, J. I)f;novan, R.S.A. (1885), " Tlif Byri>," ib-i x 25 (D.'.vidson), 

£17 '7S. 

91 Chalmers, G. P., R.S.A., " Head of an Old Man," 24 x 21 (Connell), 

£nS los. 

92 Chalmers, G. P., R.S,.\., " Head of a Gentleman," iij x g| (Grose), 

>os. 6d. 

93 Cole, G. (1870), " Petersficld," evening, wilh a windmill and sheep, 

2Si » 39} (Casscll), ^'47 ss. 



February 12, 1910. 83 



94 Croft, E., R.A. (1885). "The Captured Spy," 17 ^ 25^ (Sampson), 

jC6g 6s. 

95 Fned, T., R.A., " The Milkmaid," gj x 6J (Mullen). ;f26 5s. 

cfi Fikies, Sir Luke, R.A. (1874), " levers," 14J x 24I (Sampson). :/rq4 los. 

97 Fraser, Alex, R.S..A. (1844), " Sir Walter Scott in his Early Days," 

27i ^ 35} (Wallis), £q8 14s. 

98 Hardy, F. D. (1867). " N'aughty Children," 20J x 27I (Mitchell), £28 7s. 
90 Hardy, F. D. I1883), " Waiting for Mother," 235 x 17J (Heape), ;^22 is. 

100 Hcmsley, W., " The Bad Pen," 6^ x 85 (Mullen), /i'12 is. 6d. 

101 Hillingford, R.. " Tlie Haunted .Staircase," 21 x 17 ^Paris), £iy 6s 6d 

102 Holmes, G. A., " Mothers and Children," 75 x io| (Mullen), ;^ii os. 6d. 

103 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1867-861, " On the River Conway, North Wales," 

3j\ X 42 (Vicars), .;£'i62 15s 

104 Leader. B.W.. R.A. (1884), " Cloudy Weather on the River Llugwy," 

20J X 37 (Eyles). ;£.ri47. 

105 MiCulloch, H., R.S. A., " The Fntrance to the Pa<;s." 33?^ x 50 (Potter), 

^^63. 
io6 Nicol, Erskine, .\.R..\. (1877), " His Legal .\dviser," 225 x 31, Royal 
.A^cademy, 1877, (Tooth), ;£'252 los. 

107 Nicol. F.rskine, A. R.A. (1872), " A GaUvay Irishman," 24 i Sh (Lister), 

£52 10s. 

108 Noble, J. S , " Out in the Cold," 17^ x gj (Heape), ;£i7 173. 

109 Paton, Sir J. Noel, R.S..\., " Under the Sea," and " Over the Sea," a 

pair, i2j. circular (Wallis), £2^ 2S. 
no Paton, Sir J. Noel. R.S..\. (1868), " Calib.in. Stephano and Trinculo, 
Ind hy \Arie.i " (." 'IMic Tonipost," .\ct ill. .SctiT- 21. tii, circular 
(Wallis), ;^io los. 

111 Paton, Sir J. Noel. R.S..\., " The Trumpeter." .\ Study for " The 

Pursuit of Pleasure." 10 x 8 (Ward), ;^i is. 

112 Paton, Sir J. Noel. R.S..\.. " The .Miser," gi x 7j- (Gutemann), £2 2S. 

113 R'id. J. R., " The Croquet-Player," 19I x iij (Leger), £j^ 14s. 6d. 

114 Turner, J. M. W.. R.A.. " Lake Scene," 12J x 17-J- (.Adams), ;^5 155. 6d. 



CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

115 Barbudo, F. (1885), " The Marriage of King Henry ^^ to the Princess 

Katherine of France," 39! x 71 (Tooth), .^£'283 70s. 

116 Barbudo, F. (1886). " Stately Danics like Queens attended Knights who 

bore the Fleece of Gold," 15J x 39 (Mitchell), £^54 12s. 

117 Barbudo, F. (.886), " A Palpable Hit," 13I x 25 (Sampson), £65 2S. 

118 Bcrne-Bellecour, E. (1S84). '" .A Zouave." 14 x 9 (Permain). ;^29 8s. 

119 Benlliure, J., " Italian Peasants before the Door of a House," 14J x 20J 

(Tooth), ;^73 los. 

120 Benlliure, J., " The .Musician and his Dog," 12^ x 8i (Tooth), ;£739 18s. 

121 Benlliun:. J., " Waiting for the Bull-Fight," 4^ x 7I- (Tooth), ^32 iis. 

122 Blant, T. Lc, " Crossing the Ford." 19 x 32 (Mitchell), £^0 os. 

123 Bonheur. Rosa (18S4), " A Stag," 81 x 6 (Tooth). £t,i ios. 

124 Bretegnier, G. (1886). '■ The Blind Beggar, Fez," 49 x 36 (Sampson), 

^86 2s. 

125 Brugiano J. F. (1S82I. •' Preparing Ihe Meal," 17 x 21} (Bower), 

£22 2S. 

126 Bruncri, F. (1877). " The Sledge." 12 J x fjl (Leger), £6 16s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



127 Bruyne, Constant De, (1886), " The Philosopher in his Study," 23 x 18J 

(Leggatt), ^733 I2S. 

128 Biittner, H. (1883), " The Return from the Ride," and " Halting before 

a Cottage," a pair, 6 x gj (Collings), ;^22 is. 
120 Campotosto, H., and Verboeckhoven, E. (1877), " A Peasant-Girl, Sheep, 
Goat and Poultry," in a landscape, 35^ x 245 (Eyles), ;£T78 15s. 

130 Castan, E. (1873), " The Fond Mother," i2h x 9 (Paris), £15 15s. 

131 Chartran. Th., " Card-Players," 35 x 3! (Tooth) £g 9s, 

132 Chevilliard, V. "The Naturalist," yl x 5J (Permain), £i<) i:)s. 

133 Detti, C. (1878), " The Incense-Bearer," 38 x 27 (Sampson), £^^ 14s. 

134 Deutsch, L. (t886), " The Musician," 15^ x 10 (Tooth), ;^52 los. 

135 Discart, J., " Le Marchand," 12 x 8 (Tooth), £2^ 6s. 

136 Gallegos, J. (1886), " The Feast of the Madonna, Seville Cathedral," 

29 X 47 (Sampson), ;^304 los. 

137 Gasson, J., " A Street in Algiers," 23^ x 17I (Mitchell), £8 8s. 

138 HefTner, K., " Royal Windsor," 31 x 46J (Mullen), ;^iio 5s. 

139 Hernandez, D. (1886), " La Flamenga," and " Le Dejeuner," a pair, 

9I X 6J (Mitchell), ^£^30 gs. 

140 Jiminez, Manuel P. (i886), " Writing the Despatches," 17 x 25 (Wallis), 

t^T Lazerges, P. (1885), " On ihe Road to Algiers," 23 x 28$ (Mitchell), 
;^iS ISS- 

142 Lazerges, P. (1882), " Arabs Reposing," 25 x 20 (Mitchell), £ti) 19s. 

143 Leemputten, C. Van, " Sheep in a Shed," 6J x 9} (Sampson), £6 6s. 

144 Meissonier, Charles (1884), " Strolling Musicians taking Refreshments," 

21 x 13^ (Wallis), ;^7i 8s. 

145 Munthe, L., " .\ Winter Afternoon," 25J x 18 (Meyer), ;£'63. 

146 Quinn, J. (1896), " At Her Devotions," 32 x 21 (Port), £1 iis. od. 

147 Ramos, Garcia, Y., " Rendezvous des Pelerins, Santiago," 12^ x 6 

(Tooth), ;^25 4s. 

148 Ramos, Garcia Y, " Shearing the Donkey, Granada," 12J x 6 (Canon 

Waugh), ;^ii lis. 

149 Ramos, Garcia Y, " The Christening," 11 x 6J (Tooth), ;^23 2s. 

150 Ramos, Garcia Y, " The Cathedral Door," 11 x 6J (Tooth), £2:; 4a. 

151 Ricci. P.. " Finishing Stitches," 15 x iii (Bpwer), j^48 6s. 

152 Roybet, F., " Examining the Treasures," 25J x 16 (Wallis), £rtb i2s. 

153 Roybet, F. (1883), " The Burgomaster," 15} x 10 (Wallis), £8ii 5s. 

154 Tenkate, H. (i86o), " A Royal Musical Party," igj x 27* (Heap*;', £^. 

155 Vandeverdonck, F., " Poultry and Ducks." 6^ x 9 (Lister), £^ 14s. 6d. 

156 Weisz, A., " Harmony," and " Discord," a pair, 17^ x 14 (Wallis), 

jf44 2S. 

157 Wvngaerdf, A. J. V., " The- Path through the Wood," 7I x 6 (Newman), 

'£2 2S. 

158 Baptiste, " Flowers in a Vase," 18 x 13 (Corfax), £S 8s. 

■ 59 Heem, De, " Fruit and Still Life on a Table," 26^ x 32.J (Howard). 

£26 ss. 
i6f) Teniers, " Itinerant Musicians," and a reproduction after Mieris 

(E. E. Smith), £iy 17s. 



February 19, 1910. 85 



February !9, 1910. Old Pictures collected by the late 
J. S. W. S. Erie Drax, Esq., now removed from the galleries at 
Olantigh Towers, Wye, Kent, and sold by order of W. E. S. 
Erie Drax, Esq., with the permission of the Coui't. 

First Day's Sale. 

PICTURES. 
ITAI.I.W SCHOOL. 

1 " The iM.'idonna and Child," 40 x 44 (Douglas), j^iis 10s. 

2 " Vftnus and Mars," 68 x 87 (Cooper), ^^8 8s. 

3 " Travelling Peasants," 40 x 59 (De Quinto), £^ 4s. 

4 " The Madonna and Child, with the Infant .Saint John and Angels," 

44 ^ 39^ (Parsons), £() gs. 

5 " The Marriage of Saint Catherine," 341 x 41 J (CoUings), £^ 5s. 

6 " The Madonna and Child, with Saint John," 24 x 27 (Jonas), ^£'27 6s. 
7 " The Judgment of Midas," 20 x 29 (Wagner), £t, 13s. 6d. 

8 Bartolommeo, " The Madonna and Child, with Sainl lohn," 64 x 43 

(Parsons), ^"17 17s 

9 Bassano, " The .Adoration of the Shepherds," 39 x 41 (Tabor), £2 2S. 

10 Bordone, " .\ Shepherd, Nymph and Cupid," 41 x 57 (Nicholson), 

£\(> i6s. 

11 Bordone, " The Judgment of Paris," 29 x 30 (.^gnew), ;£r2i. 

12 Borgognone, " A Cavalry Engagement," 72 x 112 (Smith), £j^ 4s. 

13 Borgognone, "Cavalry Fighting for a Standard," 72 x 112 (Smith), 

£l IS- 

14 Borgognone, " Battle Pieces," a pair, 35 x 58 (Huggins), ;^io los. 

15 Botticelli. " The Nativity," 33in., circular (Huggins), ^^27 6s. 

16 Carracci, " A Group of Infant Bacchanals," 30J x 49 (De Quinto), 

£S 15s. 6d. 

17 Carr: cci, " The Madonna ;;nd Child, with the infant Saint John," 

37 X 31 (Tabor), £i 14s. 6d. 

18 Carracci, "\ Sibyl, holding a tablet," 37J x 29 (Nicholson), j^'ii iis. 
jg Castello, " A Pope, Saint .Augustine and Saint Dominic," 34 x 78 

(De O'-'into). .^8 8s. 
20 Correggio, " The Madonna," in red dress, 555 x 29 (Wagner), £•} ys. 

21 Cortona, P. Da, " The Madonna and Child, with Saint Catherine," 

47 X 55 (Mrs. Wheeler), :^ii iis. 

22 Dolci, " Saint John," holding a book and a pen, 46 x 34 (De Quinto), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

23 Dolci, " Hebe," holding a ewer and cup, 34 x 275 (Parsons), ;£j22 is. 

24 Early Italian School, " The Salutation." 67 x 26 (Parsons), ;^i6 55. 6d. 

25 Ferrari, " The Virgin and Child," sSJin., circular (Douglass), ;^48 6s. 



86 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



26 Giordano, " The Holy Family," 60 x 50 (Ceilings), £$ 53. 

27 Giorgione, "The Woman taken in Adultery brought before (.'hiist." 

51 X 66 (Hughes), £c) gs. 

28 Guercino, " Endymion Sleeping," 45 x 37 (Cohen), ;£J'26 5s. 

29 Guercino, " The Magdalen," 45 x 36 (Tabor), £y 17s. 6d. 

30 Guercino, " A Shepherd Boy Playing a Pipe," 40 x 31J (Ward), £:i lis. 

31 Guido, " Bacchus and Ariadne," 58 x 132 (De Quinto), £g 19s. 5f). 

32 Guido, " Apollo and Daphne," 93 x 63 (Cubitt), £2 2s. 

33 Guido, " Saint Michael," 77 x 56 (Tabor), £;j 3s. 

34 Guido, " Fortune," 65 x 52 (Bell), ^£'92 8s. 

35 Guido, " The Magdalen, holding a Skull," 43 x 36 (Cohen), 

j^sSg I IS. 6d. 

36 Guido, " Peter Denying Christ," 29 x 35 (Huggins), £g gs. 

37 Luini School, " Saint Catherine," 27 x 23 (Nicholson), £1$ 15s. 

38 Orrente, " Jesus on the Mount of Olives," 68 x 98 (Warner), 

£/^ 14s. 6d. 

39 Parmigiano, " Sfiint P'rancis kneeling before the Madonna and Child," 

681 X 84 (Wagner), £ig i8s. 

40 Parmigiano, " The Holy Family," 31 x 25 (Tabor), ;£'2i. 

41 Pinturicrhio, " The Nativity," 91 x 89 (Cohen), £6y 4s. 

42 Piombo, " A Triptych," with the Entombment in the cenire; Christ, 

and Peter's Denial, on the wings. The centre piece, 54 x 38! 
(Huggins), ;^io los. 

43 Pontormo, " The Madonna and Child, with Saint John," 30 x 21 

(Glen). :£:2i. 

44 Puligo, " The Madonna," in red and blue dress, 38 x 28 (Pirions), 

;£^i6 i6s. 

45 Puligo, " The Madonna and Child with two .Angels," 37 x 27^ 

(Collings), £g 19s. 6d. 

46 Raffaelle, " The Madonna and Child," in a landscape, 29 x 2a 

(De Ouinto), £y 7s. 

47 Rosa, S., " .Soldiers Playing Dice," 47 x 65 (Huggins), £$ 5s. 

48 Rosa, S., " Battle Scenes," a pair, 38 x 60 (Cohen), £36 153. 

49 Rosa, S., " A Rocky Bay Scene," 28J x 52 (Bell), £15 155. 

50 Rosa, S., " .\ Rocky Ravine," 19 x 25 (Maynard), £;i 13s. 6d. 

51 Sacchi, Andrea, " The Ascension of the Virgin," 102 x 71 (Huggins), 

£33 '2S. 

52 Salerno, .Xnciri;.-!, Da, " The Coronation of the Virgin," 78 x 52 

(Collings), £3 3s. 

53 Sarto, Del, " The iMadonna and Child, with S.aint Elizabeth," 51 x 40 

(D. Smith), ^178 los. 

54 Sarto, Del, " 1 he Madonna and Child wiih St. John," 334 x 2j{ 

(Parsons), ^17 17s. 

55 Tiepolo, G. B., " A Roman Warrior Sacrificing before a Tomb," zo x 35 

(Buttrey), £1^7. 

56 Tiepolo, " The Adoration of the Magi," 38 x 26^ (Thoine), ;^io los. 

57 Titian, " The Marriage of Saint Catherine," 28 x 37 (Uuck), £i 8s. 

58 Tobar, " The Prodigal Son," 62J x 40 (De Quinto), £10 ids. 

59 Tobar, "The Mndonn.a in .Adoration,"; and " Saini I'etor," by Ribera 

(De Quinto), Zm us. 

60 Venusti, ".Alpha and Omega," lunette, 30 x 53 (X.ish), ^1 us. 6d. 

61 Veronese, " The Vision of .Saint Helena," 80 x 50^ (Cohen), £\j 135. 

62 Veronese, " Venus, Cupid and a Satyr," 59 x 44 (Nicholson), ;^i2 izs. 



February 19, 1910. 87 



63 \'eronese, "The Holy Family," with SaJnt Simon; "The Holy 

Family "; and " The Magdalen " (Gieenstreet), £5 ISS- 6d. 

64 Viti, Timoteo Delia, " The Descent from the Cross," 61 x 58, collection 

of Lord Northwick, 1859 (Nicholson), ;6^420. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

65 Allen, 1825, " Landscape," 40 x 50 (Madeline), £3 3s. 

66 Loutherbourgh, P. J. De, R.A., " Rocky Landscape," 56 x 45 (De 

Ouinto). £2 2S. 

67 Montague, A., 1840, " Landscape," with cottage, etc., 47 x 59 (Huggins), 

i;22 IS. 

68 Ward, J., R.A., "Horses Fighting on the edge of a River," 39 x 53 

(Clark), ;^n os. 6d. 

69 Wilson, R., R.A., " Woody River Scene," 41J x 59 (D. Smith), £^3. 

DUTCH, FLEMISH, AND GERMAN SCHOOLS. 

70 " A Gentleman with his wife and two children," 76 x 100 (Wallis), 

£^20 

71 " The Flight into Egypt," 32 x 43! (Crcme), £27 6s. 

72 Backhuysen, L., " Sea Piece," 19 x 25 (Wallis), ^^29 8s. 

73 Berchem, N., " River Scene," 4b .\ OG (Hoggings), ^£^44 2S. 

74 Cuyp, " A Herdsman and two cows under a bank," 30 x 4ii 

(Douglas), j£r924. 

75 Fyt, " A Dead Hare and Implements of the Chase," 28 x 23 (Lewis 

and Simmons), ^£^21 

76 Gelder, De., " -An Old Man," seated at a table writing, 54 x 44 

(Lewis and Simmons), ;£'iS7 ids. 

77 Early German School. " The .\doration of the Magi," 77 x 53 (Scarlett), 

£^^3 15s- 

78 Earlv German School, " The Madonna Enthroned," 77 x 53 (Huggins), 

£S4- 

79 Hagen and Schellincks, Van Der, " Woody Landscape," 49 x 4j 

(Parsons), ;^24 3s. 

80 Hooghe, De, " The Interior of an Apartment," zgl x 39 (Lesser), £g66. 

81 Molenaer, " River Scene," 21 x 25J (Simonsonl, ;£^i8 i8s. 

82 Mostaert, " Saint Francis between two Female Saints," 30^ i 14 

(Cohen), ^147. 

83 Mytens, " Portrait of .Admiral Van Tromp," 395 x 33 (Wallis), ;6^420. 

84 Orizontc, " Woody Landscape," 27 x 524, ;f 10 los. 

85 Rombouts, " Woody Landscape," with a sportsman and dog, 37 x 47 

(Gooden and Fox), ^£^105. 

86 Rubens, " Melenger Presenting the Boar's Head to Atalante," 78 x 65 

(Lewis and Simmons), .£94 los. 

87 Rubens, " Kins.; [>.ni.I and the Eiders of Israel Offering uo a Saciifice, 

22 X 31^ (Huggins), ;£;924. 

88 Rubens and Snyders, " Meleager and Atalante, hunting," 69 x 93 

(Mallmann), £a 2s. 

89 Ruysdael, " Rocky River Scene," 38 x 33 (Lesser), ;£7i,26o. 

90 Rysbrack and Begyn, " Landscape," 28^ x 51 (Harries), £g 93. 
qi Snyders. F., " .\ Bo:ir-Hunt," 80 x 130 (.\gnew), £Sg 53. 

92 Snyders, F., " .\ Stag-Hunt," 80 x 134 (Agnew), £65 2S. 



88 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

93 Storck, Jacobus, " River Scene," signed, and dated 1665, 31 x ^1 

(Parsons;, ^£7131 5s. 

94 Velde, Van De, " A Naval Engagement," 43J x 70 (Clark), ;^33 12s. 

95 Velde, Van De, " A Naval Engagement," 43 x 66 (Clark), ;^33 126. 

96 Vos, De, " Dogs Hunting Foxes," 68 x 93 (Hugginsi. £.2() 8s. 



FRENCH SCHOOL. 

97 Claude, " \\'oody Landscape," 70 x 95 (Cooper) jQid 5s. 

98 Claude, " Classical Landscape," 65 x 75 (Tabor), jQd 6s. 

99 Claude, " A Port," with shipping; and " A Bay Scene ": Sunset, j pair, 

37 X 49i (Rotge), £ji2, 12s. 
loe Claut' ■, " A Bay Scene," with figures and boats, 31 x 39J (J. C. Tabor), 

101 Claude, " Landscape," 28 x 32 (Simonson), £6<) 18s. 

102 Mignard, " Portrait of Cardinal Fleury," oval, 31J x 2%\ (Oatway), 

£j 17s. 6d. 

103 Poussin, G., " The Lake of Bolsenna," 355 x 45 (Cohen), £^i los. 

104 Poussin, G., " .\n Italian Landscape," 31 x 39J (Steinberg), ^£^63. 

105 Poussin, N., " Bacchantes, Cupids and Satyr," 37 x 49^ (Cohen), 

£Ti. 8s. 

106 Poussin, N., " The Holy Family," 39 x 30 (Rotg^), ^11 iis. 

107 Poussin, " Rocky Landscape," 28 x 38 (Jonas), :^s8 i6s. 

108 Vernet, J., " River Scene," 36 x 49 (Vicars), ^99 J5S. 

109 Vernet, " Rocky Coast Scene," 32 x 56 (Vicars), ^94 los. 

Jio Vernet, " Coast Scene," v^ith a wreck and figures, 37 x 49 (Vicars), 
£2S 4S- 

SPANISH SCHOOL. 

111 Cano, " The .'\scension of the Virgin," 54 x .jo (.Tabor), ^'18 iSs. 

112 Coello, " The Vision ol Saint Francis," 78 x 50 (Cooper), £22 2s. 

113 Espinosa, " The Madonna and Infant Saviour," 80 x 47 (Quinto), 

£i& ]8s. 

114 Espinosa, " Saint Peter, holding a Book," 35J x 27^ (Wallis), £;io 9s. 

115 Herrera, " The Incredulity of Saint Thomas," 37J x 48 (Collings), 

£^ 1 7s. 6d. 
ij6 Miranda, " Saint Bernard," with the emblems of the Crucifixion, 

53 3t 39, ^4 14s. 6d. 
117 Murillo, " Jacob Placing Branches in the Well " (Genesis xxx.), 64 x 88 

(Wallis), ;^73 IDS. 
ji8 Murillo, " The Immaculate Conception," 8i| x 44 (Mallmann), ^£,"35 14s. 

119 Murillo, " .Saint Francis Kneeling before a Vision of the Infant 

Saviour," 72 x 51^ (Clark), ;^7s :2s. 

120 Murillo, " .Saint Joseph Leading the Inl;int Sa\iour," 60 x 42 i,Scott), 

;^iS '55- 

J2I Murillo, " A Mountainous Landscape," with figures and sheep at a 

well, 42^ X 74 (Cooper), ;^42. 

122 Murillo, " The Madonna," in pink and blue dress, holding the Infant 

Saviour, 41 x 31 (Coureau), £■^(1 15.S. 

123 Riballa, " The Magdalen," in green robe, holding a skull, 52 x 40^ 

(Grose), £>, ids. 

124 Ribcra, J., " The yXdoralion ol the Shepherds," 113 x 78 (Cooper), £() gs. 



February 19, 1910. 89 



las Ribera, " Saint Mary of Egypt and Zonymus," 70 x 49 (Quinto\ 
£5 >5S- 6d. 

126 Ribera, "/Esop," and " A Mathematician," a pair, 43 x 32J (Wagner), 

;^I3 2S. 6d. 

127 Ribera, " A Man, holding a Book," and " A Beggar," with a looking. 

glass, a pair, 43 x 32J (Quinio), ,:£^ii os. 6d. 
128 Valdes-Lcal, " Saint Jerome Disputing with the Rabbis," 90 x 97 

(Wagner), ;£■; 7s. 
J29 Zurburan, " Portrait of a Ladv,'' as " .Saint Agnes," 76 x 43 Cubitt), 

£39 i8s. ^ 

130 Zurburan, " Saint Francis," 75 x 45 (De Quinto), ^Tio los. 

131 Zurburan, " Portrait oi a Lady," larryinc; a hook, 72 x 39^ (Cubilt), 

£S4 I2S. 

132 Zurburan, " Saint John in the Desert," 46^ x 76 (Quinto), ;^6 itis. 6d. 

133 Zurburan, " Saint Francis Bearing the Cross," 66J x 40 (Tabor), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

134 Zurburan. " The Magdalen," 58 x 42. £'2 2s. 

J3S Zurburan, " The Monk of Pity," 48 x .52 Mavn.ird), £^9 9s. 



Qo ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 21, 1910. Second Day's Sale. 



ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

136 " The .\doration of the Mr.gi," and " The .\doiation of Ihe Shepherds," 
a pair, 38 x 49J (Cohen), ^8 i8s. 6d. 

137 " Portrait of a Lady," in brown dress, 34^ x 26J- (Hughes), £^ 4s. 

138 " The Madonna and Child," with the infant Saint John, 25I x 21 

(Ceilings), £i) 93. 
13CJ "The .Ascension of the \iri^in," 23^ x 19 (Howard), £2 3s. 
140 " The Ascension of the Virgin," 22 x 17 (Buck), £2 2S. 
J41 " The Infant Saviour," 25J x 15! (Crome), £2 12s. 6d. 

142 " .\ Saint, holding an .'\rrow," " Head of a Saint," and " Head 

of the Madonna " (Smith), £5 5s. 

143 " The Virgin and the Apostles," nnd " The Death of Saint Ci lir " 

(Wagner), £y 17s. 5d. 

144 Amiconi, " Apollo appearing to the Muses," 18 x ii| (Smith), £6 6s 

145 .'\miconi, " The Madonna and Child appearing to a Monl<," 15 x 12 

(Smith), £ii 4s. 

146 Baroccio, " The Mndonna Rending to l!ie Infant Saviour," 16 x ly 

(Pettigrew), £4 4s. 

147 Bartolommeo, " Tlie Circumcision," on copper, 22 x i6i (Collings), 

£5 'Ss- 6d. 

148 Basaiti, " The Madonna and Child with Saint John," 15J x J2 

(Gooden and Fox), ^^39 i8s. 

149 Bassano, " The Holy Family," and " A Saint at Prayer " (Wagner), 

£6 6s. 

150 Biscaino, " The .Adoration of the .Shepherds," and " Nymphs and 

Cupid " (Wagner), £s iSs. 6d. 

151 Canaletto, " A View in Venice," 18J x 28 (Huggins), ;^i8 i8s. 

152 Catarini, " The Holy Family," on copper, iSJ x 13 (.Smith), £j 13s. 6d. 

153 Conegliano, " The Madonna and Child," with Saint Joseph and Saint 

John, i8i X 23 (Lippmann), ;^22 is. 

154 Correggio, " The Crucifixion," on marble, 21J x 17 (Miss Lewi's), 

£2 i2S. 6d. 

155 Correggio, " Head of the Magdalen," 19J x 16J (Misell, jun.), £1 is. 

156 Correggio (After), " The Madonna and Child," 14 x loj (Cohen), £^ su, 

157 Cortona, " The Repose in Egypt," " Shipping at Anchor," and " The 

Doge's Palace, Venice " (Munting), £8 183. 6d, 
158 Costa, Lorenzo, " A Vision of the Cross," 19 x isi (Vicars), £6 16s. 61I. 
159 Credi, Di, " The Madonna and .Saint John," 28iin., circular 

(Steinmeyer), JC84. 
i6o Cri.spi, " A Female Saint with two Cupids," 11x9 (Smith), ^5 ss. 

161 Dolci, " The Vision of Saint Francis," 14 x 17J (Berg), £^ 4s 

162 Domenichino, " Portrait of Catherine do Medici." as " Saint (Catherine," 

28 X 21 (Vi(!arsl, £22 IS. 



February 21, 1910. 91 

163 Sassoferrato, " The Madonna and Infant Saviour," i/i x 14- (Cnrfax), 

£i /»• 

J64 Garofalo, " The Madonna and Child," 26 x 19 (Wagner). £.\2 is. 6d. 

165 Giorgione, " Two Warriors in Armour," 29 x 25 (Grose), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

166 Guardi, " The Piazza," and " The I'iazzetla of St. Mark's, Venice," 

a pair, 6J x 5! (Gooden and Fox), £,y] i6s. 
J67 Guardi, " Views of Venice," a pair, 8| x 14 (Leger), £,■] 17s. bd. 
168 Guido, " The Madonna and Child with Saint John," oval, 28 x 20 

(Robertson), J\~, 5s. 
i6i Guido, " Mater Doloro^ii," oval, and " Perseus and Andromeda " 

(Smith), £% 8s. 

170 Lauri, F., " Galatea, with Xvmphs and Tritons." 17 x 24^ (Vokins), 

£9 9s 

171 Marinari, " Portrait of a Ladv," in vellow dress, 27i x 2ot (Smith), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

172 Pacheco, " The Madonna and Child," 41 x 30^ (Wagner), £^ 14s. 6d. 

173 Parmigiano, " The Madonna and Child," enthroned with Saints; " The 

Crucifixion," and " .A Landscape," with figures (Douglas), £11 12s 

174 Pesaro, " The Repose in Egypt," 17 x 22 (Turner), ;^8 8s. 

J75 Raflaelle, " The Madonna and Infant Saviour," 26 x 22^ (Nichoison), 
£<) 19s. 6d. 

176 Raffaelle (.\fter), " La .Sainte Famille au Palmier," by Mignard, oa 

copper, 19 X 155 (Smith), £^ 5s. 

177 Rosa, " \ Bay Scene," with soldiers and other figures, 18 x 42 

(Glanville), £s iss. 6d. 

178 Rosso, " The Feast of the Passover "; and " Israelites Gathering 

Manm," a pair, and " The Holy Family " (Wagner), £\^ 14s. 

179 Salaino, " The Madonna," in red and blue dress, 19 x 15 (Vicars), 

;£S6 14s- 

180 Sarto, Del, " Head of the Virgin," 23 x 19 (Crome), £^ 2S. 

iSi Schiavoni, " Venus and Mars," on panel; "The Madonna and Child 
with Saint John," circular, on copper, and " Mater Dolorosa," on 
copper, oval (Carr), £fi 6s. 

1S2 Serani, " The Virgin Appearing to Saint Dominic," 194 x 15J (Smith), 
£'^ 13s. 6d. 

183 Solimena. " The .Ascension of the Virgin," 25^ x 19 (Smith), £ia los. 

184 Tibaldi, " The .Vnnunciation," and " The Holy Family " (Cohen), j^42. 

185 Titian School, " The M.adonna and Child with the Magdalen," 38 x 31 

(Jonas), .£75 I2S. 

186 Vanni, .A.. " Tbi» M.idonna and Child, with Saint Dominic and Saint 

Catherine of Sienna," 26 x 22 (Huggins), £\\ 14s. 

187 Venusti, " The Holy Family," with the Infant Saint John, 16^ i 11 

(Douglas), £^ 9s. 

188 Vinci, Da, " The Madonna and Infant Saviour," 30 x 22^ (Lewis 

and Simmons), .£^39 iSs. 

189 Zanetti, " The Holy Family," with St. John, 2},\ x 20 (Jonas), £yi 8s. 



ENGLISH SCHOOL 

iqT Cole, J. VV., " \ Milkmaid," with a cow; " Boys on the Coast," oval; 
and " A Sea-Port," oval (Nash), £\ iis. 6d 



92 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



J^i Davis, R. B.. Portraits of " The Captain " and " Catton," favourite 
hunters of the late J. S. W. S. Erie Drax, Esq., a pair, 27 x 39^ 
(Richardson), ^Tio 10s. 

192 Hurlstone. F. Y., " A Spanish Coquette," 42I x 31^ (Hughes), ;£;i8 18s. 

193 Hurlstone. F. Y., " Woody River Scene," 24I x 29 (Hughes), ;^3. 

194 Kneller, " Portrait of Dryden," 35 x 27 (Cubitt), £.6 6s. 

195 Kneller, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, oval, 27I x 22^ (Yeulett), 

196 Muller, D., " Cattle in a Pastuie," " A Ferry-Boat," with figures, by 

J. Zulla (i860), and " A View on the Forth," by Barker (Yeulett), 
;t;4 >4S. 6d. 

197 Pether, " A Landscape," and " A River Scene," a pair, oval, wj x I7i 

(Warner), j£,s 15s 6d. 

198 Reynolds, Sir J. (.\Iter), " The Snake in the Grass," 35 x 27 (Heigham), 

j€s 15s- 6d. 

199 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (.Alter), " Master Wynn," as the infant Saint 

John, 2S X 35 (Cooper), ;ti6 i6s. 

200 Reynolds, " Puck." on panel, " Head of a Girl," oval, and " Johanna," 

by A. Ludovici (Vicars), £42. 

201 Webb, F.. " .A Wreck on the Shore," " Foxhounds," by A. Wright, and 

" .'V Landscape," by A. Barker (Yeulett), ^^6 6s. 
402 Wilson, R., R.A., " River Scene," and " Dutch Fishing-Boats on the 
Scheldt," by Hulk, on panel (Collings), £4 155. 

203 Zuccarelli. " A Landscape," and " A Coast Scene " (Shepherd), ;^14 14s. 

204 Dutch, Flemish and German Schools, " Nymphs and Satyr," in a land- 

scape, and •' A Woody River Scene," by Vermeulen (Wagner), 
;^I2 12s. 

205 " A Landscape" with figures and horses, and " Travellers Halting," 

(.Munting). j£:i3 13s. 

206 " A Cavalier and a Lady Talking to some Beggars," 14^ x 13I (Viears), 

;{ri2 12s. 

207 " Portrait of a Divine," 25 x 21J (\\'agner), ;^8 8s. 

208 " Portraits 01 Poets," a set ol four, on copper, 10 x Si (Yeulett), 

;^I2 IS. 6d. 

2og " The Annunciation," on copper, and " The .\doration of the Magi," 

on alabaster (Sackville Gallery), ^£'9 9s. 
aie Balen, Van, " The .Ascension of ihe Virgin," on copper, oval, 14 x 10 

(Waj^ner), £.3 3s. 
21) Balen, Van, Breughel, and Kessel,Van, " The Madonna and C^hild," in 

.p landscape, 205 x 16J (Simonson), ^29 8s. 
2)2 Bef;a, C. P., " A Charlatan and Figures," 18 x 22 (Howard), ^147. 

213 Begeyn, " Landscape," with travelling peasants, on panel, and " The 

Last Judgment, ' by Rottenhammer, on copper (Collings), ;£ii us. 

214 Berchem, " Figures and Anim^ils," near some ruins, 13^ x 17 (Berg), 

£7 7s. 

215 Bergen, D. Van, " Travelling Peasants and Animals," in a iand.scape, 

signed, and dated, 1684, 21 x 19 (Heigham), £22 2S. 

216 Both, " Peasants in a Landscape," on panel, " The Prodigal Feasting," 

and figures, candle-light, on panel (Smith), £15 15s. 

217 Brcdael, " A Cavalry Skirmish," 13J x i6i (Wallis), ;f6 6s. 

218 Crayer, G. De, " Christ Delivering the Keys to Saint Peter," 4; x 44 

(Wagner), £:& 8s. 

219 Cuyp, " River Scene, ' 14^ x 22J (Heigham), £23 2s. 



February 21, iqio. 93 



220 Decker, C, " River Scene," with cottages, boat and figures, 17 x 11 

(Howard), £yj i6s. 

221 Dietricy, " A Beggar-Boy," 29 x 24 (Collings), ^^8 i8s. 6d. 

222 Falens, Van, " A Hawking Party Halting," 16^ x 20 (Heigham), 

223 Goyen, J. Van, " A Coast Scene," " A Sea Piece," and " A View in 

Surrey " (Cohen), ;£'io5. 
22^ Herp. G. \'an, " An Interior." with n party merrymaking, ig by 2i\ 
(Huggins), £.2^i. 

225 Mabuse, " The Madonna," in blue dress with red scarf, 2j\ x »i\ 

(Huggins), £2-!i. 

226 Mieris. " A Monk and a Lady," and " The Repose in Egypt," on 

copjjer (Jonas), jQn 11s. 

227 Mommers. H., '" A Cow, Goat and Sheep," in a landscape, 14 x 12^ 

(Wallis), ^^'ii US. 

228 Moucheron, " L.-indscnpe," 34 x 42 (Maynard), ;£Ji3 13s. 

229 Moucheron, " \\'oody Landscape," with a tomb and buildings, 17 x 14I 

(Richmond), £2 12s. 6d. 

230 Ommerganck, B. P., " Crossing the Ford." and " Roman Ruins," near 

a river (Sackville Gallery), £1$ 15s. 

231 Peeters, B., " Ships in a Storm," and " Shipping on a Dutch River," 

by S. de Vlieger (Cohen), £^2 los. 
2j2 Poelenburgh, C. Van, " Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden," bj x ij 
(Upperton), ^3 13s. 6d. 

233 Pynakcr, A., " Landscape," 14I by 20 (Wallis), £ii i8t. 

234 Pynaker, " Rocky Landscape," with herdsman and animals, 14$ t)y i8i 

(Richardson), ;£'ii iis. 

235 Roos, J. H., " View near Tivoli," signed, and dated 1669, 26^ x 26^ 

(Higham), £i-] 17s. 

236 Rubens, " The Madonna," in red dress, 23 x i8i ;^3i los. 

237 Rubens, " Angels Carrying the Cross," 13^ x 11 (Oppington), £^ 14s. 6d. 

238 Rubens School, " The Magdalen," 49 x 38 (Buck), £2;^ 2S. 

239 Schnlcken, " Portrait of Moliere and Jan Miel," on coppar, and " Head 

of a child " (Vicars), ^£^13 2s. 6d. 

240 Schelfhout, " A Coast Scene," and " Banditti Attacking Peasants," on 

panel, and " A Watcrmill " (Grose), ;^4 4s. 

241 Schendel, P. Van. '" A Monk Reading," lamp-light, 23 x 20J (Wagner), 

£1 us. 6d. 

242 Van Dyck School, " A Opntleman Looking at a Miniature," 28 x iij 

(Nicholson), £1^ 15s. 

243 Van Dyck. " Portrait of the .\rchduke Ferdinand," oval, 25^ x in 

(Smith), ^54 I2S 

244 Dyck, Van, "The .'Vpolheosis 01 Saint Nicholas," 16J by 14J Wagner), 

£5 15s- 6d. 

245 Velde, .A. Van De, " .\ Cavalier, Horses and Figures," i2\ x 17J 

(Douglas), £-;t, ios. 

246 Veldc, \'.in de, " Landscape," <}\ x 12 (Smith), ;£7io los. 

247 N'clde. \'an De, " Cows and Sh^ep," and " Caning Hay " (Munting), 

£i ISS. 6d. 

248 VVeickart, J. G., " Portrait of James Bruce," the Abyssinian traveller, 

in the costume of a pilgrim, 38 x 27^ fW-Jlis). £11 t3s. 



94 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

249 Wouverman, " A Cavalry Engagement," 17J x 15 fRichardson), ;£Ji6 x6s. 

250 Wouverman, " A Halt by the Roadside," 14 x 17 (Heigham), £b 6s 

251 Wouverman, " The Interior of a Shed," I2| s 16 (Richardson), ;£7»i '"«• 

252 Wouverman, " Figures and Horses at a Farrier's Shop," 13^ x 15^ 

(Eyles), ;£:i6 ss 6d. 

253 Wouverman, " A Landscape," with figures and horses, and " A I.and- 

sc.:pe." \vi;h cattle, by Carre (Lewis and Simmons), ^^94 los 

254 French School, " Portrait of a Girl," in rich blue and white dress, 

.5o| X 20 (Cooper), ^£^23 2s. 

255 " Portrait of a Young Lady," in rich pink and white dress, oval, 

28 X 23 (Clark), £31 10s. 

256 ■' H<a<l of a Bacchante," "The Student," after Sir J. Reynolds, and 

" Head of a Hermit," (Smith), ^^'ii lie. 

257 " A Girl," with a kitten, " A Scene," from " Gil Bias," ny Frapklyn, 

and " A Portrait of a Lady," by Poyet (Wagner), £g gs. 

258 " Figures in a Landscape," oval, and " Astronomy," on copper (Lewis 

and Simmons), ;tii us. 

259 Greuze. " A Girl," in x\hite dress, praying, oval, 27 x 22J (Cooper), 

;^23 -^- 

260 Greuzc, " A Mother and Child." 19 x 15 (Mallmann). ;£2y Cs. 

261 Greuze, " Head of a Young Girl." 133; x loi (Nicholson), ;^I7 i7S. 

262 Greuze, " Head of a Girl," and " Portrait of Catherine II. of Russia '* 

Sackville Gallery, ;£'i9 19s. 

263 Poussin. " Woody Landscape," 19^ x 25^ (Roty^). ;^I3 13s. 

264 Murillo, " The Adoration of the Shepherds," 30 x 22} (Scott), ;^I3 3s. 6d. 

265 Stella, J., " The Virgin and Child," on copper. 13I x io| ^Crome) 

£6 6s. 



SPANISH SCHOOL. 

266 Cano, " Christ appearing to a Saint," on copper. " The Vision of 

Saint Francis." on copper, and " Christ Disputing with the Doctors " 
(Scott), £s 155- 6d. 

267 Murillo, " The Adoration of the Shepherds." 30 x 22' (Scott>, £lr^ 2s. 6d. 
26S Murillo. " The Inf.Tnt Snint John." 23-i x 20^ (Smith). ;^5 15s. 6d. 

269 Murillo, " The Adoration of the Shepherds," 23 x 16^ (Berg), ;£rii lis. 

270 Murillo, " The .\nnunciation," j^lj x i8i (Wagner), £^ 14s. 6d. 

271 Murillo, " .Sai.it Joseph and the Infant .Saviour," 17^- x 14 (Cohenl, 

£g if.--. 6(1. 

272 Murillo, "The Infant Christ ''; "Charity." on copper, circular; and 

" TI1C Infant Saviour," with a skull ((onus), £.2y 6s. 
275 Murillo, " Madonna and Child," with Angels. " Saint James Writing in 

a Book," and " .\ Landscape," with Spani.sh peasants, by J. Zeitter 

(Smith). £8 8s. 
274 Parpj:i, " The Enlombmeni." 13 x 27i (Maynard). £Ti 13s. 6d. 
27s Ribalta, " The Crucifixion," " Ecre Homo." and " He.-.d of Saint John, 

and a Lamb " (Smith), £g gs. 
iyii Riber.-i, " .Saint F'cie- in Meditation." 50 -^ .3'^ 'Smith), ;^I4 14s. 
277 Zurl.tiran. " The Holy F;mily," 27 x 35 (Cubilt), £8 8s. 



February 21, 1910. 



95 



PAINTINGS. 
USED FOR CKILING DECORA! IONS. 
Ciifratncd. 

278 " Venus and Cupid," and " Music," 47 x 60 (Cooppri. ^^."48 6s. 

279 " Landscapes, with Lovers " (Lesser;, £i&^. 

280 " N'enus and Cupidh^," and " Corns and Cupid.-;," js x 52 U-ewis and 

Simmons), jQiTi- 

281 " l-'igures," rcprescntinf; Thrj Seasons, 36 x 55 (J. R. Thomas), ;^3<) i8i. 

282 " Ladies Arranging Fruit and Flowers," a pair, and " A Bacchante ' 

(Munting), ,^44 2s. 

283 " Lovers witli h Bird," " Figure.*; in a Garden," and " Vertumnus and 

Pomona " (Lewis and Simmons), ;£ri62 15s. 

284 " Four Portraits o( Ladies," oval, 29 x 24 (Wallis), jC-iiti. 
2S5 " Six Portraits of Ladies," oral, 29 x 24 (Smith), ;^22 is. 

286 "Seven Portraiis of Ladies," oval, 29 x 24 (W'r.llis). £.^^ 2>. 

287 " Seven Portraits of Ladies," oval, 29 x 24 (Ceilings), .^15 15*. 



96 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 26, 1910. The following were sold by Older of 
the Executors of Mrs. A. Y. Hayles, deceased, late of 27, 
Cambridge Road, Hove, Brighton. 

■ 

PICTURES. 

1 Daniell, W., R.A., " View of Harwich, Essex." 42 x 72 (Laiiyatt) 

2 Daniel!, W., R.A., " The TSj Mahal at Agra," 37^ k 68 (Edward*) 

£5 153- 6d. 

3 Daniell, W., R.A., " Hindoo Females on the Banks of the Gmjjes, " 

232 X j6 (Edwards), £1 11s. 6d. 

4 Daniell, W., R.A., " View near Neijeibabad in Rohilcund," 264 x 4J 

(Edwards), :^3 13s. 6d. 

5 Daniell, W., R.A., " Portrnit of Howqua," senior Merchant of Canton; 

and " Portrait 01 :i Ningpo Lady " (Cooper), £16 i6s. 

6 Daniell, W., R.A., " The Zenana," iij x 17^ (Ward), £1 4s. 

7 Daniell, W., R.A., " A View of C'hunar "; " Calcutta from the River "; 

and " Off Folkestone," by Carmichael (Agnew), £13 2s. 6d. 

8 Dutch School, " River Scenes," a pair, 9 x isj {Misell. jun.), £2 55. 

9 Italian School, " The Madonna and Child with Saini Ann," 35 x 26 

(Grose), i6s. 

10 Mommers, H., '■ A Group of Market Figures," 37 x 46^ (Van D-jren), 

£6 6s 

11 West, J., 1816, " Views ul Aberglaslyn, North Wales," a pair, 28 x 39^ 

(Ward), £2 2S. 

I'CjRTRAITS. 

12 " Frances Hales," daughter of Sir John Hales, Fourth Baronet, after 

wards Countess of Lichfield, 4q x 40 tCohen), £8 8s. 

13 " Anne Hales," daughter of the 'fhird Baronet, 44 x 33 (Cohen), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

14 " Barbara," daughter of .Sir John Webb, Bart., and wife of Sir E. 

Hales, Fifth Baronet, 30J x 24 (Grose), ^,"1 iis. 6d. 

15 " Sir E. Hales, Sixth Ba-onet," and " Sir Robert Throckmorton " 

(Cohen), £2 12s. 6d. 

16 Kneller, Sir G., '' Anne," daughter of Sir E. Hales, Third Baronet, 

oval, 29 X 24 (Wright), £^ 14s. 6d. 

17 Kneller, " Lady Rachel Cavendish," 29 x 17 (Dyer), /'lo los. 

18 Lcly, Sir P., " Sir Edward Hales, Third Baronet, and Family," 68 x 91 

(Agnew), ;£'430 los. 

19 Lely, Sir P., " Frances, Lady Hales," daughter of Sir Francis Winder- 

bank, and v,i\'' nf Sir Edward Hales, Third Bnronel, 48 i 30 (Lane), 
£71 8s. 
20 I.ely, .Sir P., " Frances, Lady Hales," wife of the Third Baronet, 48 x 3() 
(Lane), ;^iS2 5s. 



February 26, 1910. 97 



21 Lely, Sir P., " Frances, Hales," dau(jhter of Sir Edward Hales, Third 

Baronet, 48 x 39 (Howard), £z'^ 10s. 

22 Lely, Sir P., " Lady Anne Hales,'" 29 x 25 (Leggatt), £t,^ 13s. 

23 Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of a Lady," supposed to be a daughter of Sir 

E. Hales, Third Baronet, oval, 29 x 24 (C. Davis), ^£^33 12s. 

24 Lely, Sir P., " Earl Fingall," oval, 28 x 23 (Willson), £2?, ys. 

25 Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of the Countess Fingall," and " Portrait of 

Mrs. Stonor," in rich white dress, oval, 25 x 20 (Arthurton), /Tig 19s. 

26 Mercier, Ph., " Sir Edward Hales," Fifth Baronet, signed, and dated 1744. 

81 X 51 (Agnew), ^£157 los. 
37 Mignard, P., " Mrs. Roper Garningham," oval, 28i x 23 (Willson),. 
i;28 7s. 

28 Somer, Van, " Sir Edward Hales, Baronet," when a boy, 45 x 35 

(Leggatt), £25 4S- 

29 Wright, J., A.R..\., " Sir Edward Hales," Fifth Baronet. 30 x 24 (Cohen), 

;^II IIS. 



The following were sold by order of the Trustees of the late 
Sir Arthur Douglas Bateman Scott, Bart, and the Executors 
of the late Lady Bateman Scott, of Great Barr Hall,. 
Birmingham. 

DRAWINGS. 

30 " .A Sea Piece," and " Vessels off a Harbour " (Vicars), ;£io los. 
51 Nash, J. (1844), " The Hall of a Monastery," and " A Church " (Vokins), 
£10 lOS. 

32 Pinturicchio (After), " A Series of Frescoes from the Life of Pope Pius. 

IL," by N. Ponsoni, of Siena, 29 x 15 (Agnew), £;i6 15s. 

33 Prout, J. S., " Old Cottages," and " A Landscape," a pair, 9I x 14 

(Home). £2 2S. 

34 Werner, C. (1851-53), " The Return of the Doge Contarini to Venice,'" 

and " Figures on the Piazzetta," a pair, 28J x 41 (Vicars), £2-; 4s. 

35 Werner, C, " Rich but Unhappy," and " Poor but Contented," a pair, 

23J x 2gJ (Col. Peters), £n 14s. 



PICTURES. 

36 Early English School, " Portraits of Sir Joseph Scott," with his wife 

and Parson Wilder, in a garden, 54 x 59 (Cohen), £g8 14s. 

37 Moroni, G. B., " A Gentleman and his Wife," Adoring the Madonna 

and Child, 35 X 38 (Agnew), ^£7378. 

38 Phillips, T., R.A. 1808), " Portrait of the Rt. Hon. Charles J. Fox," 

54 ^ 44 (Leggatt), ;£2i. 

39 Phillips, T., R.A., " Portrait of the Artist," oval, 27^ x 22^ (Agnew). 

i:37 i6s. 

40 Ward, E. M., R.A. (After), " Louis XVL and his Family," i6i x 22 

(Vicars), ;£'ii iis. 



gS ART PRICES CURRENT. 

The property of Arthur Robert Hood, Esq., of the Greys, 
Eastbourne. 

DR.'VWINGS. 

41 Chnmbers, G., " Greenwich," and " Chatham," a pair, 16 x 23J (Agnew), 

;^I2 IS. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

42 Dutch .School, " A Cow, Goat, ^nd Lamb," in a landscape, 5i x 8 

(Grose), £1 is. 

43 E.nrly English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark brown coat, 

29 X 24 (Cohen), £1 is. 

44 Flemish School, " The Nativity "; " The Adoration of the Magi "; " The 

Presentation in the Temple "; and " The Circumcision," a set of 
four, on copper, 27i x 34 (Howard), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 

45 Hogarth, W., " Portrait of Mrs. Davis," wife of the Governor of Bengal, 

with her two young daughters, 83 x 70 (Cohen), ;^i20 iss. 

46 Hudson, T., " Portrait of Mr. Davis," Governor of Bengal, 30 x 25 

(Leggatt), £4 14s. 6d. 

47 Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of Richard, Earl of Burlington "• and 

" Portrait of Dorothy, Countess of Burlington," a pair, 42 x 37J 
(Cohen), ;^40 19s. 

48 Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of Sir John Vanbrugh." and " Portrait ol 

Lndy Vanbrugh," a pair, 34J x 27 (Shepherd), £^l^ 2s. 

49 Reynolds, " Portrait of David Garrick," 29 x 24I (Parsons), ;^I5 4s. 6d. 



The property of a gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

50 Dutch .School, " A Skirmish of Cavalry," 49 x 39 (Paraons), ;^8 8s. 

51 Guercino, " The Magdalen," 47 x 39 (Sewell), £y 7s. 

52 Marshall, B., " A Racehorse," with jockey up, 25 x 31J (W. Richardson), 

£3^ I OS. 

53 Rubens, " The Holy Family," 42 x 36J (S. T. Smith and Son), ;^ji los. 

54 Rubens, " The Triu.nph of the Eucharist over Ignorance," on panel, 

37 X 42 (Lane), ^^9 gs. 

55 Soest, G., " Portrait of a Young Girl," in grey dress, 29J x 24J 

(Pawsc-y), £S'i 12s. 

56 Verdussen, J. P., " A Camp Scene," 48 x 36 (Parsons), jjjio los. 

PASTEL. 

57 Gardner, D., " A Young Girl," in white dress, oval, 8J x 10 (Agnew), 

;^73 > OS- 
Different properties. 

PICTURES. 

58 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in dark dress, 20 x 16 

(Parsons), £2 2S. 



February 26, 1910. go 



59 Romney, G., " Portrait of Miss Efizabeth Walker," 20 x 23* (Wells), 

£'^■^ 2s. 

60 Vig(5e-Le-Brun, " Portrait of a Young Lady," in white dress, 30^ x 31J 

(Glen), j£:i47. 

61 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in dark cloak, 29 x 24 

(S. T. Smith), ;£7io los. 

62 Gainsborough " A Lady," in blue and white dress, 29 x 24J (Wallis). 

£78 15s- 

63 Duck, Jan, "The Christening Party," 18 x 27I (Howard), :^68 5s. 

64 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of King George the Fourth," 

34j X 26j (Howard), ;£^I26. 

65 French School, " Ladies and Gentlemen in a garden," 20J x 25J 

(B;ake(, £.^7 ss. 

66 Dutch School, " Landscape," with boats on a canal, etc., 28 x 41 

(Rivers), ^^23 2s. 

67 Wilson, B., " Portraits of Mr. Richardson, and His \\'ife," 39J x 49^ 

(Knoedler), £5^6. 

68 Pannini, P., " Roman Ruins and Figures," 26^ x 53 (Madeline), ;£i9 ifjs. 

69 Janssens, C, " Portrait of Lady Falkland," oval, 27I x 235 (Gyles), ;^42. 

70 Orley, B. Van, " The Madonna and Child," 42 J x 27 (Vicars), ;£,"88 4s. 

71 Lille, L. J. Watteau de, " The Vintage," signed, and dated 1791, 27 x 30 

(Harley), £S^. 

72 Bassano, L., " Portrait of a Senator," 49 x 33I (S. T. Smith), ,£^4 4s. 

73 Barret, G,, R.A., " Woody River Scene," 33^ x 43 (S. T. Smith), £y 7s. 

74 Lorme, A. de, *' The Interior of a Church," signed, and dated 1638, 

28 X 41 (Warre), £1^ 14s. 

75 Wouverman, P., " Landscape," gj x loj (Eraser), £6 6s. 

76 Hofland, T. C, " Richmond Hill," 24J x 36 (Leggatt), ^£'52 10s. 

77 .^hee. Sir ^L .V., I'.R..\., " Portrait of Sir Robert Howe Bromley," as 

a boy, 30 X 22 (Gooden and Fox), ;£^2i. 

78 Wilson, R., R.A., " Woody Landscape," 23 x 35 (Wallis), ;^ii iis. 

79 Ibbetson, J. C, 1808, " The Wreck," 21J x 33J (Agnew), ;^54 12s. 

80 Velasquez, " Portrait of the Duke d'Olivares," 29 x 25J, from the 

Hamilton Palace Collection, 1882 (Coureau), £42. 

81 Dyck, Van, " Portrait of a Boy," in yellow slashed dress. 44 x 35, 

Hamilton Palace Collection, 1S82 (Lane), £94 los. 

82 Rembrandt, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in black dress, 40 x 3: 

(Cohen), ^75 12s. 
S3 Dutch School, " A Philosopher at his Desk," 28J x 24 (Cohen), 
£7 17s. 6d. 

84 Venetian .School, " Portrait of a Cardinal," 53I x 45 (Eyles), ^^5 5s. 

85 Molenaer. K., " Winter Scene," 24J x 35^ (Cohen), ;^2i. 

86 Wet, J. De, " St. John preaching in the Wilderness," 18 x 23J 

(Richardson), ^^12 12s. 

87 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in pink and white dress, 

29 X 24 (Renton), £io los. 

88 Dawes, P., 1765, "The Downfall of Shakespeare: A Scene from an 

Opera," 27^ x 35J (Oatway), .£ig 19s. 

89 Dawes, P., " The Death of the Miser," 27^ x 35 (Grant), £y 17s. 6d. 
go Stubbs, G., R.A., " Woody Landscape," 33i x 43 (Field), ;^22 is. 

<)i Collett, J., " A Picture Sale, in an artist's studio," 28 x 37 (Lewis 
and Simmons), ^^17 17s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



92 Sarto, Del, " Portrait of a Lady," in black dress, 32 x 24J (Carfax), 

93 Molenaer, K., " Frozen River Scene," 13J x i2i (Parsons), £12 12s. 

94 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," in white satin dress, 38 x 31 

(Wallis), ;^273. 

95 Flemish School, " The Madonna and Child," 30I x 23I (Richardson), 

;£'l0 lOS. 

96 Banck, J. Van Der, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in grey coat, 

3Sl X 27J (S. T. Smith), j^io los. 

97 Vickers, A., " A Landscape," and " A River Scene," a pair, 5S x 7i 

(Mitchell), £s 'SS- 6d. 

98 Goyen, Van, " River Scene," with boats and figures, 14^ x 10 (Glen), 

99 Hudson, T., " Portrait of Miss Martin," in brown dress, 49 x 39 (Cohenl, 

^15 4s. 6d. 
100 Morland, G., " Drawing Covert," 39 x 49 (withdrawn). 
loi Peeters, B., " Sea Piece, dated 1652, 2i| x 35I (De Coninck), ;^27 6s. 

102 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in black and brown dress, 

39 X 29 (Parsons), £i() 19s. 

103 Baen, Jan De, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in black dress and gown, 

signed, and dated 1696, 47 x 37 (Stimpson), ^^68 55. 

104 Venetian Schcol, " Portraits of the Countess Machiavelli (n^e Manovelli" 

standing with her two young daughters (afterwards Princess Corsini 
and Princess Strozzi), 80 x 58^^ (Gooch), jfi'iS i8s. 



The property of a gentleman. 

105 Holbein School, '' Sir Thomas More and his Family," 90 x 132 (Sir 
Hugh Lane), ^£7997 los. 



The property of a gentleman. 

106 Holbein, Johannes, " Moses and Aaron before Pharoah," 69 x 74, 

formerly in the Collection of the Prince de Cerny (Dale), £25^ 

The following were the property of Captain C. F. Weston- 
Underwood, of Grendon Underwood, Aylesbury, Bucks. 

PICTURES. 

107 " Portrait of William Weston, Esq.," 29 x 24:/ (Dawson), ;f 10 los. 

108 " Portrait of Philip, Earl of Chesterfield," 49 x 38^ (S. T. Smith), 

£^5 15s- 

109 " Portrait of Thomas Sherlock," Bishop of London, 42I x 34 (Wells), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 
no " Portrait of Princess Elizabeth," daughter of James L, 44! x 33 
(Leager), ^^131 5s. 

111 Goyen, Van, " River Scone," 25 x 31J (Sargent), ;^ii3 8s. 

112 Hudson, T., " Portrait of Miss Weston," afterwards Lady Wolfe, 

2gi X 24i (Shepherd), £;i6 15s. 



February 26, 1910. loi 

J13 Hudson, T., " Portrait of Mrs. Weston," oval, 29 x 24} (Dyer), £22 2s. 
114 Hudson, T., " Portrait of Mr. Weston," 29 x 23J (Dowdeswell), ^^5 5s 
lis Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of Mrs. Garland," oval, 29 x 24 (Lane), 
£S 8s. 

116 Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of Miss Weston," afterwards Mrs. Sibthorpe, 

of Cannock Hall, Lincolnshire, 49 x 37J (Renton), ;£'i2o 15s. 

117 Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of Miss Constance Weston," afterwards Mrs. 

Cracroft, of Hackthorne Hall, Lincolnshire, 48 x 38J (Lesser), 
^'178 10s. 

118 Lely, Sir P., " Portrait of Miss Weston," in a sculptured oval, 29J x 24J 

(Amor), ;^30 gs. 

119 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portrait of George Dunk, Second Earl of 

Halifax," 49 X 39 (Cliffe), £^525. 

120 Riley, J., " Portrait of Mr. Weston," in a sculptured oval, 29 x 23J 

(Morton), ^16 16^^. 

121 Wissing, W., " Portrait of Lady Anne," daughter of James H., after- 

wards Queen of England, signed, and dated 1687, 49 x 39 (Agnew), 
JC183 15s- 

The property of a gentleman. 

PICTURES. 
SPANISH SCHOOL. 

122 " Tlie Madonna and Child," 49^ x 25 (Leaf), £g gs. 
133 " The Finding of Moses," 37 x 52 (Mount), £6 6s. 

124 " Christ Before Pilate," 33 x 43 (Hale), ^^5 5s. 

125 " Portrait of a Gentleman." in blue coat, 47J x 35 (Welland), ;^io los. 

126 " Head of the Madonna," in an oval, unframed, and " Portrait of .1 

Lady," with a dog (Hume), ^^3 3s. 

127 " The Annunciation," 42 J x 30 (Wyatt), £g gs. 

128 " Saint John, Saint Peter, and a Monk," ig x 36^ (Bristow), ;^9 qs. 
12Q " The Vision of the Holy Wafer," 17 x 11 (Grace), j£^ 5s. 

130 " The Madonna and Child Crowned by Angels," ib x 12 (Simonson), ^£21. 

The property of a gentleman. 

PASTEL. 
EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

131 " Portrait of Dr. William Dod," 22J x 17 (Parsons), £$ 15s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

132 .^tkins, S., " Coast Sc^ne," 11 x 16 (Bremner), £2 I3s. 6d. 

133 .Anderson, W., " Coast Scene," with shipping, 12 x 17 (Permain), ;C(> 6s. 

134 Anderson, W., 1807, " Coast Scene," with shipping at anchor, iij x 14 

(Permain), ^^5 15s. 6d. 

135 .Anderson, W., " River Scene," 6J x 8J (Permain), ^^3 3s. 

136 .Andrews, G. H., " A Lady, with a Black Page," 21J x 15 (BremncrK 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



137 Carmichael, J. W., 1845, " Off Tynemoutfi," igi x 24 (W. Permain), 

£16 i6s. 

138 Collins, Chas., " On tfie Mole in Xorbury Park, near Leatherhead," 

II J X 17J (Bremner), £2 12s. 6d. 

139 Corbould, R., 1803, " The Noonday Rest," 27J x 36 (CoUings), ;^8 8s. 

140 Harlow, " Portrait of Elliston, the Actor," in character, 28J x 24 ^Blake), 

£1 IS. 

141 Hogarth, " The Cripple's Wedding," 16 x 20 (Buck), ;£'io ids. 

142 Huysum, J, Van, " Lake Scene," on copper, 13 x 17 (Howard), ^^ii iis. 

143 Ibbetson. J. C, " Roslyn Castle," 22J x 33^ (Burrows), £g gs. 

144 Ibbetson, J. C, i8io, " A Ruined Castle on a Hill," i8 x 24 (Shepherd), 

;^i4 143. 
14s Ibbetson, J. C, 1813, " A View of Skenfush, Monmouthshire," 12} x 17 
(Eyles), £3 3s. 

146 Lely, " Portrait of Lucy Barlow," oval, 28^ x 22J (Eyles), ;^I2 12s. 

147 Mignard, " Portrait of a Lady," in yellow dress, 29J x 24 (Howard), 

£i 14s. 6d. 

148 Morris, W. W., 1852, " The Milk-Stall in St. James's Park," 13I x ii\ 

(Leggatt), £6 6s. 

149 Pocock, N., " Coast Scene," 27 x 35 (Collings), ^^5 5s. 

150 Reynolds, " Portrait of Sir William Jones," oval, 28^ x 24I (Collings), 

£5 iSs. 6d. 

151 Riley, J., " Portrait of the Duke of Monmouth," in a sculptured oval 

29-J X 24J (Collings). £2 13s. 6d 

152 Smirke, R., R.A., " Noon," g^in., circular (Tregaskis), £^ 4s. 

153 Willis, J., " Landscapes," with cattle, a pair, 6^ x 9I (Port), ;^3. 

154 Zoffany, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Gentleman," in red coat, unfrimed, 

32I x 28 (Reid), £1 IIS. 6d. 



February 28, igio. 103 



February 28, I9I0, The property of a gentleman, 
deceased. 

PICTURES. 

1 Berchem " Landscape," 41 J x 52 (Gould), £,•] 7s. 

2 Brill, P.. " The Judgment of Midas," and " Peasants and Cattle by 

a Pool," after Cuyp (Fleischner), ;^5 53. 

3 Guide, " The Magdalen," i8 x 15 (Richardson), ^ii. 

4 Guido, " Saint Peter and Saint John," and " The Magdalen " (Leggatt), 

5 Marlow, " Views in Rome," a pair, 17 x 23 (Grose), £,\'i 2s. 6d. 

6 Morlnnd, " Coast Scene," and " Lierre, Belgium " (Austen), £z 5s. 

7 Murillo School, " Beggar-Boys," 28 x 41 (Mrs. Wheeler), ^3 3s. 

8 Opie, " Head of Dr. Johnson," " Head of a Man," and " The 

Madonna and Saints," a miniature (Grose), jQz 2s. 

9 Vinci, L. Da (.'\fter), " Head of the Artist," 30J x 24^ (Grose), ^^ 4s. 
10 Zucc.irelli, " Landscape," .inil " Old Billingsgate " (Mrs. Wheeler), 

^^3 3s- 



DifiFerent properties. 



DRAWINGS. 



11 Buck, Adam, 1806, " Portrait of Mrs Williams, nee Buck," isJ x iij^ 

(Pollard), ^726 53. 

12 Buck, ."Vdam, 1790, " Portrait of Miss Marianne Buck," a cousin of 

the artist, 9 x 6i (Pollard), £a,^ 2S. 

13 Buck, .\dani, 1829, " Portraits of Gcorgina Buck and her two brothers," 

children of William Buck, and cousins of the artist, pencil and 
colour, 4J X IS (Fleischner), jQw iis. 

14 Downman, J., A.R..-\., 1779, " Portrait of .\nn Saint Paul," and 

" Portrait of Colonel Horace Saint Paul," black and white, a pair, 
oval, 7S X 6i (Bale), ^18 i8s. 

15 French School, " Portrait of a Lady," in Directoire costume, chalk, 

7? ^ 5* (T. Permain), £/^. 

16 Singleton, H., R.A., " A Family Group," pencil, 13^ x gj (Goodcn and 

Fox), £,\(> 16s. 

17 Downman, J., A.R.A., " Portrait of Prince George of Denmark," ■]\ x 6^ 

(Hale), £,\\ os. 6d. 

18 Stothard, T., R.A., " Scene, from ' The Black Dwarf,' Sir W. Scott," 

black and white, 8x6 (Misell, jun.), 13s. 

19 Edridge, H., A.R.A., " Portrait of Sir William Ballard," pencil and 

colour, 13^ X 10 (Leggatt), £,-x, 3s. 

20 Plimer, " Two Children," oval, and " The Blind Beggar " (Carfax), 

£^ 5s- 

21 Gainsborough, T., R..^., " Woody Landscape," chalk, 7 x \o\ (\orton), 

pfi Ss. 



164 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

22 Gainsboiough, T., R.A , " A Clump of Trees," chalk, 7 x loj (Taylor), 

23 McGuinness, B., 1882, " A Coast Scene," " Water Docks," by F. W 

Hulme, and " Italian Buildings," by J. Munro (Ward), ;^i 2S. 

PICTURES. 

24 Sacchi, " The Marriage of St. Catherine," igj x 16 (Wyatt), £2^ 3s. 

25 Reynolds, " The Girl Sleeping," unframed, 30 x 25 (Osborn), ids. 6d 

26 Ibbetson, " Woody River Scene," 19J x 26 (Col. Smythe), £4 4s. 

27 Ibbetson, " Landscape," 15^ x 19 (Col. Smythe), £2 12s. 6d. 

28 Russell, J., R.A., 1771, " Portrait of Colonel Shipley," oval, 2ij x 17J 

(Leggatt), j^2i. 

29 Sorgh, H. M. R., " Boors Carousing," 3I2- x 12 (Lewis Simmons), 

;£l2 I2S. 

30 Nasmyth, P., " View at Flitton Bedfordshire," 95 x 13! (Peters), 

^.2 i2es 6d. 

31 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Girl," in grey dress, 23 x 19J (Peters), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

32 Cotman, " View on the Coast near Dover," 13 J x 204 (Leggatt), £1 5s. 

33 Canaletto, " View on the Canal Reggio, Venice," 14^ x 24J (Robb), 

;^5 'Ss- 6d. 

34 Pourbus, " Portrait of Sallafret, Due de Guise," 18 x 13 (withdrawn. 

35 Cotman, " Monnovv Bridge," 145 x i8j (Reid), £1 5s. 

36 Lodi, Calisto Da, " Head of a Man," 22I x 19 (Luton), j^io 10s. 

37 Barker, B., " Landscape," 16 x 20J (Peters), £2. 

38 Cotman, " View on the Yare," 11^ x 155 (Palmer), £j 15s. 

39 Crome, "Woody Landscape," 14J x ii| (Wells), ^£'4 14s. 6d. 

40 Zoffany, " Portrait of an Actor," ii| x 8J Grose), £1 155. 

41 Gainsborough, " Landscape," 29 x 24J (Cox), ;^25 4s. 

42 Vernet, "Coast Scene," 24 x 29J (Mrs. Wheeler), ;^i los. 

43 Paye, R. M., " Portrait of a Young Girl," in white dress, 29 x 34 

(Pollard), £s is. 

44 Heem, J. De, " Fruit and Still Life," on copper, 15 x 12£ (Buttrey), 

j^io 10s. 

45 G.iel, B., " The Halt of a Hawking Party," igj x 17 (Van Duren), 

£6 6s. 

46 Brauwer, A., " Three Peasants," oval, 5J x 5i (Lewis and Simmon"!), 

£S i8s. 6d. 

47 Poel, E. Van Der, " A Conflagration in a Dutch Village," gj x 7J 

(Fleischner), £j 5s. 

48 Rembrandt School, " Head of a Man," with turban and gorget, 9x7 

(Glen), j£io 10s. 

49 Both, " Woody Landscape," 23^ x 28J (Grace), £6 6s. 

50 Kauffman, " Prudence Leading Strength," monochrome, 14 x iij (Peters), 

£1 Ss. 

51 Wheatlcy, " The Scnlry's Flirtation," 14! n 12J (l.r-gi<alt), ;^:i6 i6s. 

52 Morland, " Peasants before an Inn," igj x 26 (Sackville Gallery, ^"4 4s. 

53 Harlow, "Portrait of a Lady," in dark dress, 29 x 24 (Nicholson), 

£2 iss. 

54 Ramsey, A., " Porlr.iit of a Lady," in dark dress, 29 x 24 (Bates), 

55 Fabris, P., 1778, " A Fisher-Boy," 40 x 29J (Cohen), ;^5 5s. 



February 28, igio. 105 



56 Leiy School, " Portrait of a Lady," holding a bunch of flowers, 29 x 22J 

(Peters), ;^io 10s. 

57 English School, " Fishermen and Boats," 145 x 20J (Dell), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

58 Mignard, " Portrait of a Lady, ' in blue dress, 29 x 24 (Wood), 

;£,'6 16s. 6d. 

59 Kneller, " Head of a Lady," oval, 0x4! (Peters), 16s. 

60 English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in dark dress, 35 x 27J 

(Shepherd), ^'60 18s. 

61 Wouverman, "Cavaliers halting at a Farrier's Shop," 13J x 16 

(Bailey), j^3 13s. 6d. 

62 Hals, " A Peasant," in brown coat, and his wife in red dress, 31J x 23 

(Abraham), ;^42. 

63 Hondecoeter, " Poultry, Pigeon and Ducks," 405 x 39J (Hackenbrock), 

£:6S 5S. 

64 Teniers, D , " A Smoker," Si x 65 (Cohen), ;^io los. 

65 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in grey dress, 29^ x 24! 

(T. Permain), ^4 14s. 6d. 

66 Romney, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown coat, unframed, 30 x 25 

(Cox), jC6 16s. 6d. 

67 Wilson, R., R.A., " The Lake of Avernus," 19 x 29 (T. Permain), 

£2 2S. 

68 Early English School, " The Bridge of Rimini," 163 x 27J (T. Permain), 

;i^4 14s. 6d. 

69 Procaccini, " Saint Cecilia," 38^ x 33 (T. Permain), £-i 5s 

70 Nasmyth, . Charlotte, " On the Borders of the New Forest, near 

Lymington, Hampshire," 14J x i8| (Wallis), £21'^ 9s. 

71 V'ouel, "The Madonna and Child Appearing to Two Monks," grisaille, 

235 X lyj (Mrs. Wheeler), jQi is. 

72 French School, " Figures in a Garden," and the companion, a 

pair, 17 X is\ (Wright), £t, 3s. 

73 Reynolds, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in blue coat, 30 x 25 (M.ithews), 

£2 5S. _ 

74 English School, " Three Children," with a lamb and a dog, in a garden, 

59 X 47 (Hope). £^ 14s. 6d. 

75 Tanner, " A Pointer in a Stubble Field," 235 x 32 ( ), us. 

76 Early English School, " Portraits of two Young Boys," 29 x 25 (Bird), 

^1:3 13s. 6d. 

77 Lawrence, " Portrait of a Gentleman." in brown coat, 29 i 24 (Cohen), 

78 Early English School, " A Lady and Two Children," 49 x 35 (Sackville 

Gallery), £1 55. 

79 Peeters, " Coast Scene," 21 x 31 (Peters), ;^8 8s. 

80 Aiken, S.. " Spaniels and Pheasants," and " Pointer and Partridges," 

a pair, g-^ x 11 J (Fores), £~,. 

81 Cruikshank, G., " The Fruits of Intemperance," a set of six, in two 

frames, 6x9 each (Spencer), .;^19 19s. 

82 Croinc, " Woody Lnndsc.-ipo," 12J x 15J (Dale), £?4 14s. bd. 

83 Rigaud, J. F., R..-\., " Fortune," and " Wisdom ": .Mlegorical subjects, 

a pair, 20 x 16 (Mitchell), £•] 7s. 

84 Morland " .\ Shepherd and Dog," 29 x 24 (Mrs. Wheeler), £^ 4s 

85 Watloau School, " -V Ffte Champetre," unframed, 20 x 40 (Leggatt), 

£2(, ss. 

86 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in blue dress, 33 x 18} 

los. 6d. 



io6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

87 Zoffany, J., R.A., "Portrait of George, Prince of Wales, and his 

sister," a pair, oval, jij x gj (Cremetti), ;^3. 

88 Arentz, A., " River Scene," 12 x 22 (Richardson), ;£'ii os. 6d. 

89 Early English School, " Portrait of James Boswell," zSJ x 23J (Cremetti), 

£2 ss. 

90 Romney, " Portrait of a Lady," in brown dress, 23} x 19J (Wells), 

;^S 'SS- 6d. 
gi Cotes, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 3sJ x 27^ (Wood), jQt,. 

92 Maes, " Portrait of a I^aJy," in brown dress, 21 x 16 (Grant), £t, 3s. 

93 Gainsborough, " Portrait of Mrs. Philip Dupont," 13^ x 11 (Glossop), 

£9 9s • 

94 & 95 Ribera, " Saint Anthony," 16J x i2i; and " The Pedlar," by 

P. Van Laer, 28 x 37J (Stanton), £2 12s. 6d. 

96 Mierevelt, " Portrait of John of Barneveldt," 23 x ig-J (Grant), £■] 7s. 

97 Poussin, G., " -An Italian Landscape," 13 J x 22 (Peters), jQi. 

98 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," in black dress, 27 x 21J (Clark*, 

£^ 8s. 

99 Poelenburgh, C. Van, " The Magdalen and Angels," 6J; .\ si (Crome), 

£i 3S 

100 Vandyck, " A Cavalier on Horseback," 23^ x 18 (Martin), ;^'29 8s. 

loi Orizonte, " Italian Landscape," 22 x 37 (Miss Lewis), £\ 53. 

102 Dutch School, " Woody River Scene," 29 x 41J (Richardson), ;^3a gs. 

103 Rubens, " The Calling of Saint Peter," 34 x 41^ (Butlrey), jQt^ 2s. 

104 Bucken, J. Van, " A Market Scene," 34J x 48 (Leggatt), £1$ 155. 

105 Berchem, " Mountainous Landscape," 27J x 39^ (Bruce), £21.. 

106 Early English School, " Portrait of a Youth," in green coat, 28^ x 23 J 

(Bruce), £2 2s. 

107 Early English School, " Portrait of Master William Crotch, Musician," 

30 x 21:; (Leggatt), £2 i2s. 6d. 

108 Kneller, " Portraits of two Children with a Dog," 48 x 40 (Salarnons). 

£'\ 4s • 

109 Colman, " View on the Coast," 10 x 14 (CoUings), £2 2s. 

no Barker, B. (1820), "View at Lancing, Sussex," \o\ x 14J (Newell), 
£2 12s. 6d. 

111 Netscher, " A Lady," in pink dress, 17J x 14 (Leggatt), £i() i5s. 

112 Barker, B., " Landscape," n x 10 (White), £-i 3s. 

113 Morland, G., " Three Sheep in a Landscape," 9 x iij (Wagner), ^3 3S. 

114 Hals, " A Man," in black dress, holding a pen, 10 x 8 (Buttrey), ;^6o i8s. 

115 Early English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman " (said to be the Duke 

of Wellington), in dark dress, 241 x 20^- (Fleischner), ^"3 3s. 

116 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," with lace collar, unframed, 24 x 20 

(Osborn), £1 is. 

117 Lairesse, " Bacchanalian Figures," a pair, unframed, igj x 25! (Wagner), 

£-i 3S. 

118 D'orsay, Count, " Lord Churchill's Drag," 3! x 17^- (Turner), ;£'i2 is. 6d. 

119 Lauri, F., " .Saint Anthony, with the Infant Saviour and Cherubs," 

I3i X 10 (Gray), £j 7s. 

120 Rembrandt School, " An Old Woman," oval, loi x 8 (Heape), £'^ 6s. 

121 Raeburn, " Portrait of a Gentleman," holding a book, 30 x 23 (Reid), 

£1 2S. 

122 Lawrence, " Portrait of a Gentleman " (said to be .Sir Thomas Law- 

rence. I^.I?.A.), holding a letter, 35 x 27 (Wythes), £^ 14s. 6d. 

123 Opie, " Head of a Child," with white cap, 12 x g\ (Wythes), £2 12s. 6d. 



February 28^ 1910. 107 



124 Early Flemish School, " Head of a Gentleman," with rich dress and 

black cap, 11 x 7i (Lippmann), £iyz ss- 

125 Dutch School, " A Boy," in brown dress, holding a lute, 26i x 22 J 

(Glen), £7 7S. 

126 Breughel and Rottenhr.mrrcr, " The Baptism of Christ," on copper 

iij X I4j (Richardson), £10 los 

127 Canaletto, " San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice," 21 x 31 (Peters), £S Ss. 

128 Dalens, D., " Hilly River Scene," on copper, iSJ x 25 (Ford), £6 16s. 6d. 

129 Droogsloot, J. C, " A Village Merrymaking," 17^ x 24I (Wylde), £S 8s. 

130 Dutch School, " Landscapes," a pair, lo-i x 14^ (Collings), £21. 

131 Ferg, P., " A Village Brawl," on copper, 9J x 14 (Fade), £1;^ 13s. 

132 Griffier, Jan, " Two Mountainous River Scenes " (Spielman), £g gs. 

133 Heyden, Van Der, " A Town on a River," 13J x 2o| (Bates), £(> 6s. 

134 Ouw.iter, J., 1777, " The Kntrance to a Chateau," 12-i x :6J .(\'an 

Duren), £8 8s. 

135 Reynolds, " The Snake in the Grass," 40 x 33 (Smith), ;6^ios. 

136 Compe, J. Ten, " View Outside a Town," lOj x 14J (W. Briel), ;£^i8 i8s. 

137 Teniers, D., " A Village Merrymaking," 30^ x 34i (Ure), ;^I52 53. 

138 Velde, E. Van de, ' .\ Cavalry Engagement," lyi x 23^ 'Smith), 

£7 17s. 6d 



io8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 5, 1910. The follo\ving- were sold by order 
of the Executors of E. Levita, Esq., deceased, late of 
27, Ennismore Gardens, S-W., and 6, Brunswick Square, 
Brighton. 

DRAWING. 

1 Bouvier, A., iS6g, " At the Fountain," 8^ x ii (Lister), £2 'S^- 6d. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

2 Ansdell, R., R..^., 1865, " The Return of the Hawking Party," 44 x 34 

(Lister), ^£^54 12s. 

3 Archer, J., R.S.A., 1875, " Little Miss Primrose," 35! x 27 (Agnewl, ;^42. 

4 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1839-60, " A Cow and Sheep at the Edge of a 

River," 34 x 36 (Mitchell), ;^86 2s. 

5 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1862, " Three Sheep," in a landscape, 6i x 45 

(Levita), £13 13s. 

6 Earl, T., 1863, " Dogs' Heads," 23^ x 19J (Lister), £^ 153. 6d. 

7 Earl, T., " A Pointer and Dead Partridge," 18J x 23J (W. Permain), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

8 Fleury, J. V. tie, 1865, " The Grand Canal, Venice," 2gJ x 50 

(Jackson), .^^15 155. 

9 Grossmith, VVeedon, 1881, " Marjorie," 50 x 28I (Agnew), ^18 iSs. 

10 Herrick, W. S., " The Valentine," 17J x 13J (Levita), £^ 155. bd. 

11 Kennington, T. B., 1899, " The Mirror," 29^ x 24i (Amor), ^^14 3s. 6d. 

12 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1891-5, " Evening Solitude," 60 x 48 (Sampson), 

;£i57 10s. 

13 Leslie, G. D., R.A., " At the Fountain," 47 x 55, Royal Academy, 1873 

(Agnew), ^42. 

14 Long, Edwin, R.A., 1886, " England: Violets," one of the series of 

" Beauty " Pictures, 49I x 33^ (Agnew), £^2. 

15 May, A. Dampier, " Roses," 59 x 30^ (Mrs. C. Levita), £27 i6s. 

j6 Merritt, Anna Lea, 1881, " The Little Quakeress," 59 x 30 (Mrs. C. 

Levita), :/^6o 18s. 
17 Morrish, .Sydney, 1873, " A Hurdy-Gurdy Boy," 17J x 13J (Misell, jun.), 

£1 5s- 
j8 Pettie, J., R.A., " An Arquebusier," 44 x 26 (Simonson), ;^78 155. 

19 Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1872, " A Fairy Tale," 42 x 39J (Agnew), 

£136 10s. 

20 Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1892, " A Master of Kings," 21J x 28 (Mis. C. 

Levitai, ^£123 i8s. 

21 Scott, J. T., " Prussian Soldiers," time of Frederick the Great, 25 x 21 

(Mrs. C. Levita), £7 7s. 
^2 Smith, Wells, " The Market Girl," isJ x 12J (Agnew), ^^5 ss. 

23 Weiler, Lina V., " A Mother and Child," I4i x iij (Priest), £i J3S. 6d. 

24 Haynes-Willi.'ims, 1864, " A Spanish Water-carrier," and " The Little 

Guardian, ' by Lina V. Weiler (Jackson), £i 13s. 6d. 



March 5, 1910. 109 

OLD PICTURES. 

25 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 29J .1 24.J 

(Tooth), £a,^ ss 

26 Morland, G., "Fruit-Gatherers," 14J x iii (Vicars), ^i-j 6s. 

27 Poelenburgh, C. Van, " The Judgment of Paris," and " Head cf an 

Old L.ndy," (Suchlich), .^^i iis. 6d. 

28 Raffaelle (.^fter), " Madonna della Sedia," by G. Orzali, 28in., circular 

(W. Permain), ^27 6s. 

29 Romney, G., " Portrait of Mrs. Charles Strickland," 48 x 38 (Agnew), 

^7472 IDS. 

JO Ysselsteyn. A. F., " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, signed, and 
dated 1668, 45 x 35 (Agnew), ^147. 

The following were sold by order of the Executors of 
a Lady, deceased. 

DRAWING. 

31 Mole, J. H., 1866, " Mussel-Gatherers," 20 x 40J (Sampson), jQd'^ 2%. 

PICTURES. 

32 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1847-51, " Cromwell's Troopers," 40 x .^o 

(Mitchell), £(>=, 2S. 

33 Houston, J. A., R.S.A., i86g, " Faithful unto Death," 33I x 43 

(M. Jo.seph), £\e, 15s. 

34 O'Xeill, G. B., " I See's You," 11 x g (Mullen), £?, 8s. 

35 Topham, F. \\'. \V., i86c), " Sympathy," 42 x 28 (.Sampson), £q gs. 

The following was the property of the Rt. Hon. the 
Countess Bathurst. 

PASTEL. 

36 Landseer, Sir E., R..\., "The Prince Consort, accompanied by the Princess 

Royal, returning from deer-stalking at Balmoral," 48 x H2 (Scott), 
^8 8s. 

The property of a gentlem;^n. 

PICTURES. 

37 Etty, W., R.A., " Prometheus," the background by J. Linnell, S(-n., 

27J X 29^ (Wallis), .£10 los. 

38 Shayer, W., Sen., " A Farmer with his Wife and Daughter," 39J x 32I 

(Connell), ;^73 los. 

39 Shayer, W., Sen., 1846, " Gipsies with 3 Cart," 24 x 29 (Connell), 

£=p 8s. 

40 Shayer, VV., Sen., " Fisher-folk," 27 x 35 (Connell), ^16 i6s. 

41 Shayer, W., Sen.. " The Royal Onk Inn," with peasants, etc., ii,\ x 29^ 

(Sampson), .1^60 iSs. 

42 Shayer, W., Sen., " Landscape," 30 x 23I (Wood), ^18 i8s. 

43 Shaver, W., Sen., 1859, " Landscape," with a peasan'-woman an(< 

cattle, 23 X 35 (Newman), ^^32 lis. 

44 Shayer, W., Sen.. " .\ Gipsy Encampment," igi x 29.V (Cas.sell), £\() 19s. 

45 Towne, C, " Two Cows by a River," 7J x 9J (Eyles), £% 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Different properties. 



DRAWINGS. 



46 Newton, A. P., 1883, " Shattered Desolation: The Parthenon, Athens,' 

i7i X 32I (Allen), ^9 gs. 

47 Weiland, J., " The Spinning-\\'heel," 23I x i8| (Connell), ;£^44 2S. 

PICTURES. 

48 Bredt, F. M., " The Queen of the Harem," 33I x 205 (Teppich), 

;£ri2 I2S. 

49 Seller, C 1897, " Reading the News," 7J x 9^ (Leggatt), £81 i8s. 

50 Mullcr, W., 1836, " The Rialto, Venice." 39 x sg-J- (Orrell), £.yz 8s. 

51 Roberts, D., R.A., 1S44, " The Temple of Dendera, Upper Egypt," 

47 X 84 (W. Permain), ^^'Sg 53. 

52 Hardy, Hey wood, " Full Cry," 29 x 4g| (Sampson), ^^63. 

53 Crowe, Eyre, .^.R.A., 1855, " The Meeting of Louis XI. and Edward 

I\'. on the Bridge of Pecquigny," 44J x 65 (Ward), j£'2i. 

54 Burne-Jones, Sir E., " The Knights in the Briar Rose," an early 

design, painted in 1869, 41 x 71J (Miss Hewitt), ;^73 los. 

55 Haynes-Williams, J., 1S92, " Our Darling's Birthday," 2gJ x 49J 

(Mitchell), /^72 10s. 

56 Levis, M., " La Ferme de Mortefontaine," 27 x 49 (Wheeler), ^'33 12s. 

57 Weiland, J., " Preparing the Meal," 21 x 16 (Connell), ;^2i. 

58 Norwich School, " A Norfolk River Scene," 40 x 55I (Thrift), £6$ 2s. 

59 Bonheur, .-\uguste, 3854, " Mountjjinous Landscape," 46! x 78 (Sampson), 

;^2I. 

60 Leys, Baron H., " La Chatelaine," 38 x 48 (Wise), ^42. 

61 Hardy, Heywood, 1881, " Sidi Ahmed ben .\vuda and the Holy Lion," 

86 X 59, etched by the .Artist (Sampson), ^£'27 6s. 

62 Macwhirter, J., R.A., " The Track of a Hurricane," 60 x 845 (Sampson), 

^48 6s. 

63 Harlow, G. H., " Hubert and /Vrthur," 93 x 57 (Leggatt), ^g gs. 

64 Stann:ird, J., 1872, " A Farm Scene." 24J x 29J (Elliott), £6 6s. 

65 Macwhirter, J., R..-\., " Pine Wood by the Sea, near North Berwick," 

47I X 31I (Lister), ;^78 15s. 

66 Barnes, .S. J., 1896-7, " The Queen's Salmon-Pool on the Dee, near 

Balmoral," 49 x 3g (Page), £s 5s. 

67 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1883, " Tocador de la Reina," Queen's Tower, 

Alhambra, 59 x 42^- (Mitchell), ;£'6o i8s. 

68 Constable, J., R.A., " Hampstead Heath," 23I x 30J (Grant), £^0 ?s. 
6g Hcrvier, A., i860, " The Farm in the Wood," 37J x 50I (Wallis), 

:£'29 8s. 

70 Hooper, J. Horace, " Evening: Clearing up after rain," 31^ i 43 

(Collings), £7 17s. 6d. 

71 Goodall, F., R..\., 1889, " Harrow on the Hill," 71 x g6 (Orrelll, 

£37 i6s. 

72 Goodall, F., R..\., 1896, " Cloud Shadows over Sea and Land : Beachi 

Heid," 71 x 96 (Mullen), £23 2S. 

73 Goodrll, F., R.A., i8gg, " On the Road to Mandalay," .';6 x 7S 

(.Samp.son), .^26 5s. 

74 Johnston, .Mcx, " The Flight of the Queen of James II.," 60 x 47I 

(Sampson), j^2i 



March 5, 1910. iii 

75 Pettie, J., R.A., " Scene in the Temple Gardens," 48 x 72 (Sampson), 

£63. 

76 Barker, T. Jones, " Border Raiders," 36 x 61 (Sampson). ;£72i. 

77 Sch.-ifer, H. T., 1884, " A Symphony." 25^ x 385 (Permain), £26 5s. 
78 Pettie, J., R.A., " Charles Surface Selling his Ancestors," I7j- x 23^ 

(Permain), j£^i73 ss. 

The property of a gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

79 Buchanan, G. F., " Loch .-Vchray," and " Lock Meubin, Ross-shire," 

a pair, 11^ x igj (Jackson), £2 3S- 

80 Creswick, T., R..\., " River Scene," 36 x 49 (Mitchell), ;^22 if. 

81 James, D.. 1880, " Off Yarmouth," 19^ x 29^ (Leggatt), £g gs. 

82 Roberts, D., R.A., " View from Waterloo Bridge," being No. 6 of a 

series of Views in London on the River Thames, 23 J x 41 J 
(Vicars), ;^33 12s. 

83 Roberts, D., R..'\.. 1861, " South Elevation of the New Palace of 

Westminster," being No. 7 of a series of Views in London on the 
River Thames, 23J x 41J (Vicars), £i^y ss. 

84 VVaagrez, V., " The Haunt of the Swallows," and " The Haunt of 

the Moorhen," a pair, 35J x 27 (Port), ;^4 4s. 

85 Wood, L. J., " St. Wulfrand, .Abbeville," 17J x 23^ (Robinson and 

VVildc), £g gs. 

The following were sold by order of the Trustees of 
the late James Paton, Esq., of Edinburgh. 

PICTURES. 

86 Paton, Sir J. Noel, R.S..A., " The Pursuit of Pleasure," 60J x 96, 

painted in 1855, engraved by H. T. Ryal (Wallis), ;^5S6 los. 

87 Paton, Sir J. Noel, R.S..-\., 1890, " Beati Mundo Corde, Blessed are 

the pure in heart," 70 x 97 (Sampson), .^126. 

88 Paton, Sir J. Noel, R.S.A., 1886, " The Choice," 93 x 66 (Sampson). 

;Ci36 los. 

89 Paton, Sir J. Noel, R.S.-^., 1S81, " In Die Malo " (Faith arming 

the Christian warrior), 94 x 61 (Brambleby), ;i£ri62 15s. 

90 Paton, Sir J. Noel, R.S.A., 1S79, " Lux in Tenebris," 945 x 58.; 

(Mullen), ;^I26. 

91 Paton, Sir J. Noel, R.S.A., 1876, " The Great Shepherd," 86^ x 45^, 

the original picture of this subject (Sampson), ;^i68. 

92 Paton. Sir J. Noel, R.S.A., 1875, " The Man of Sorrows," 86^ x 46 

(Mullen), j^i26. 

93 Paton, Sir J. Xool, R.S.A., 1878, "Thy Will be Done," S6I x 4'. 

(Mullen), ^J26. 

The following were sold by order of the Beneficiaries 
under the will of W. S. Partridge, Esq., deceased, late of 
Lynn Court, Broadwater Down, Tunbridge ^^'ells. 

WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

94 Bonheur, Rosa, 1870, " In the Highlands," 16 x 29 (Tooth), ^^178 los. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



95 Earle, C, " The Water-Mill," 12 x iS^ (Middleditch), £S 8s. 

q6 Earle, C, " A. Country Village Scene," 11 x 18 (Middleditch), ;^io los. 

97 Foster, Birket, " Cross-Bow Practice," 16 x 30J (Agnew), £36^ los. 

98 Foster, Birket, "The Return of the Gleaners," 13^ x 27^ (Tooth), 

^283 IDS. 

99 Foster, Birket. " Linlithgow Castle," 3 J x 55 (Tooth), £^2. 

100 Foster, Birket, " Aberdeen Market-place," 3I x sJ (Wells), jQ^t^ 2S. 
loi Fripp, G A., " Manaveer Castle," on the Pembrokeshire coast, 13 x 19^ 
(.\gnew), ^16 i6s. 

102 Goodall, F., R.A., 1864, " At the Well," 28 x 20 (Tooth), ^£^73 los. 

103 Hall, G. L., 1869, " Tantallon Castle," and " A Highland Loch," a 

pair, II X 19 (Middleditch), j£^6 6s. 

104 Johnstone, H. J., " The Pet Lambs," 10 x 7 (Sampson), £1$ 15s 

105 Metzmacher, E., " La Cigale." 175 x 13 (Thrift), ;^2i. 

106 A. M. P., 1871, " Woody Landscapes, near Reigate," a pair, 9 1 <2i 

(Pershouse), £4 4s. 

107 Richardson, T. M., 1874, " An Italian Town," 25J x 39I (Bowden), 

108 Richardson, T. M., 1874, " f^'""^ Village of St. Pierre," Va\ d'Entremont, 

Pass of the Great St. Bernard, 25I x 395 (Bowden), ;£'i4i 15s. 
log Roscoe, S. G. W., 1878, " A Yorkshire Moor," and " A Rocky 

Stream,'' a pair, 10 x 14 (Middleditch), ;£'i2 is. 6d. 
no Rowbotham, T. L., 1870, " Isola Bella, Lago Maggiore," 6x9 

(Robinson and Wilde), ^'8 8s. 
in Rowbotham, T. L., 1870, " An Italian Lake Scene," 55 x 7^ (Robinson 

and Wilde), £S i8s. 6d. 
ti2 Vacher, C, 1864, " A Sibeei, or Public Fountain, Cairo," 273 x 24 

(Tooth). ^26 ss. 

113 Waller, Martha M., " Flowers in a Vase," 16^ x 13 (Tooth), ;^4 145. 6d. 

114 Warren, E. G., "Rabbit-shooting in the Bracken," 17 x 25 (Bowden), 

,€13 13s. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

115 " A River Scene," 16 x 26 (Priest), £2 12s. 6d. 

116 .\mbros, R. (1889), " A Food Store, Cairo," 14J x 18 (W. Permain), 

117 Blaas, K. De (1896), " Flirtation," 43 x 32 (Tooth), ^i6S. 

118 Discart, J., " A Shoemaker, Tangier," 15 x 19 (Permain), j£^6o 18s. 

n9 Dommersen, P. C. (1896), " West Kapelle," .ind " Near Middelharnis, 
Holland," a pair, loj x 14^ (C. Middleditch), £^6 6s. 

120 Joanowitch, P., " The Interior of a Cabaret," loj x 14^ (Wallis), 

/■S7 '5s- 

121 Kiosel C. " Ready for the Ball," 2U x 16 (Tooth), ;^54 12s. 

122 Lcsrel, A. A. (1895), " The Game of Chess," 22I x i8i (Howard), 

A"! 1 5 los. 

123 Piot, A., " A Fair Student," 31^, circular (Tooth), ;£^89 Ss. 

124 Tamburini, A., " The Game of Cards," 17^ x 22 (.'\gnew), £35 14s. 

125 Tamburini, A. (1897), " A Friendly Glass," i7i x 22J (Leggatt), ;^5o Ss. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

126 "Shipping in a Harbour," i!\ x 15^ (P.ilsfi), £6 i6s. 6d. 

127 Barber, C. Burton (1893), " A Spcciel Pleader," 37 x 49 (Lister), ;£'i99 los. 

128 Baxter, C, " The Union," 13^, circular (Amor), £^2 los. 

129 Blinks, T., 1885, "The Find"; "Gone Away"; "Full Cry"; and 

" The Death," a set of four, 17 x 28 (Tooth), ;£'i73 5s. 



March 5, 1910. 113 

130 Blinks, T. (1894), " Refusing the Jump," 25i x 174 (D. M. Davis), 

£2.t ss. 

131 Chamb"r~, G., " Collerting Wreckage," 24^ x 355 (Gooden and Fox), 

;£iS 'SS- 

132 Cole, Vicat, R.A. (1890), " Harvest Time," 25 x 39J- (Tooth), £,ziT, los. 

133 Crofts, F.. R.A. (1S98), " Charles H. nt Whiteladies, after the Battle 

of Worcester" 53 x 38 (Cater), £,2.\o. 

134 Ouickshrsnk, \V., " Fruit and Biid's-nest," oval, 4x5 (.\mor), £f\ gs. 

135 Dawson, H. T. (x866), " Rochester," is| x 23^ (Mitchell), ;^io los. 

136 Graham, Peter, R.A. (i88i), " Highland Cattle," igi x 29^ (Tooth), 

;^220 lOS. 

137 Hardy, Heywood (1896), " Hunting Moin," 43 x 32 (Tooth), ^£'89 ss. 

138 Holder, E. E. (1871), " View in the Lledr Valley, North Wales," 

1 51 X loj (J. Collings), j£'5 i6s. 6d. 

139 Hook, J. C, R.A. (1867), " A Cowherd's Mischief," 27 x 41! (Mullen), 

£^'^- 

140 Horslpy, J. C, R.A., " The Pet Bird," 13^ x \\\ (Amor), ;^5 53. 

141 Hulnif!, F. \V. (1874), " A Welsh Salmon River," 29^ x 49* (Coke), 

^27 6s. 
i.p HuliiiH, F. \V. (1S50), " Near ihe Common, Woking, Surrey," 19I x 25^ 
(Vokins), £i\ 14s. 

143 Hunt, Walter (1892), " Blowing Bubbles," 29^ x iq.V (Amorl. ^65 2S. 

144 Knight, W. H., " The Village School," 10 x 13I (Leggatt), £-2.r. 

145 Lance, G. (1862). " Grapes and Peaches," 6i x 9 (Middled! tch), 

£,■2. J23.,6d. 

146 Leader, B. W., R.A., " A Sunny Autumn Evening on the Llugwy, 

North Wales," 25! x 39^ (Mitchell), ^7138 12s. 

147 Lucy, C. (1869), " Sunny Hours of Childhood," 17^ x 13 (Newman), 

£', 4s • 

148 Xinmann, E. J. (1867), " Nottingham, from Clifton Grove," 17^ x 234 

(Mullen), £,\-j 17s. 

149 O'Neill, G. B., " Idle Moments," 17^ x 13I (Mitchell), ;^40 19s. 

150 O'Neill, G. B., " The Secret," 7i x 7 (Mullen), £\(> i6s. 

151 CNeill, G. B., " The Lesson," 75 x 7 (Mullen), ;^i5 i^. 

152 Strutt, William, " Born for Mischief," six in one frame, (Mitchell), 

£\a los. 

153 Webb, J.. " Honfleur," ni x z\\ (Collings), £\^ 14s. 
T54 Willis, E., " I'Ue Ferry," I'gJ x 2^, (Collings), £'a 6s. 



114 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 7, 1950. '"!'e following were sold by order 
of the Exscutors of Miss Catherine Vincent, deceased, 
late of 27, St. Mary's Mansions, Paddington, \V. 

1 " English Landscape Scenery," after J. Constable, by D. Lucas, forty 

plates in a folio; rnd " Two Etchings," by Reeve and an^ifher, 
framed (Jackson), ^5 5s. 

DRAWINGS. 

Works by Spencer Vincent, many of which were e.\hibited 
at the Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1890. 

Iti. Gold Motmts. 

2 " On the Thames, near Shiplake," nj x 19* (Judge Bacon), £^ 4s. 
;; " Loch Sunart, .Argyllshire," 13 x 19I (S. Lane), £.■] 17s. 6d. 

4 " Waves on Chesil Beach, near Weymouth," 13J x igj (S. L.ine), 

£-i 13s. 6d. 

5 " The Coast near Eastbourne," i2| x 19J (Bacon), jQ/^ 4s. 

6 " The Descent to Dundonnell, Ross-shire," and " Near Dundonnell," a 

pair, lo-J s 20 (S. Lane), £c, 15s. 6d. 

7 " Ardtornish Tower," and " Near Loch Carron," a pair, loj x igj 

(Blandford), j£i4 14s. 

8 " Views of Loch Coruisk, Isle of Skye," (Blnndford), £12 12s 

9 " Kinlocb Aline Castle," and " Ben More, in Coigach," 13.^ x igj 

(Lane), ^^8 8s. 

10 " Crawford Bridge," and " Strath Affric," (Blandford), ;^ii 11s. 

11 "The Isle of .Arran," and "A Spate," (Blandford), £(> 16s. «M. 

J 2 " Loch-a-Bhraonh, Ross-shire," and " A Mountain Scene," (Cobb), 
£S ISS. 6d. 

13 " Kinloch Aline Castle," and "Near Borrowdale " (Gaselee), £^4 14s. 6d. 

14 " The Foreland, Lynmouth," and " O-i the West Coast of Scotland," 

(Bacon), £■] 7s. 

15 " On the Coast of Si-olland," and " Burnham Beeches," (Lane), 

£3 '3S- 6d. 

16 " A Mil! at Pendryffryn," and " Hampstead Heath," (Blaniford), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

17 "Lynmouth"; "Sunset"; and "The Cuchullin Hills," (Norton), 

-£4 4S- 

In White Motints, 

18 " Eel-Bucks on the Loddon," 13J x 19-^ (Norton), £2 is. 

19 " Hulks in the Sol''nl," and " Boats in a Calm," (Lane), £6 6s. 

20 " Bridge at Fasnakyle," and " A View near Ardtornish," (BlaUe), 

£3 10s. 

21 " Near Mortlake," and " f:at(le in a Stream, Somersetshire " (S, [ ane), 

£2 12s. M. 

22 " Mapledurham Mill," and " .Ardtornish 'Tower " (Leach), £s SS- 



March 7, 1910. 115 

23 " Loch Aline "; " On the River Stour," and " Mountains in Rois- 

shire " (Lane), £,2 12s. 6d. 

Works by different artists. 

24 Bodiohon. Madame E., " A Sea Piece," with barges, and " A Kishinji- 

Smack," (Gaselee), Ji.i. 

25 Cotman, J. S., " Mountainous River Scene," 8J x 13 (Wallis), £\\ c. 6d. 
a6 D'F.gville, J. H., "A Lake Scene"; " Tomlin's Pond, Frimley, " by 

H. C. Herries, and " Cliffs, near Swanage," by \V. Field (Priest), 

;^l IIS. 6d. 

27 Evans, S. (1876), " A Tyrolean Lake," and " Cleeve Weir," by E. 

Field (Gaselee), £2 12s. 6d. 

28 Goodwin, A. (1865), " Aspen-Trees in Autumn," 13 x 19 (\'icars), 

£\(i i6s. 

29 Goodwin, A., " Landscape," and " A River Scene," (Mitchell), £.a, 4s. 

30 Hunt, A. W. {1883), " Warkworth Castle," 14 x 2of (Gooden and Fox), 

£a% ys. 

31 Hunt, A. \V., " On the Thames," gj x 14I (Still), ^8 i8s. 6d. 

32 Hunt, A. W., " Moel Siabod, ' gj x 14J (Gooden and Fox), ;£^i5 15s. 

33 Mackay, R. \V., " Copies of Works by Old Masters," eight in six 

frames (Priest;, £2 12s. 6d. 

34 Powell, Sir F. (1873), " Scuir Eig," 17^ x 31^ (Wallis), /Tic los. 

35 Powell, Sir F. (1S73), " The Jelty, East Loch Tarbert," gf x 17 (Wallis), 

i.:4 14s. 6d. 

The property of a lady. 

DRAWINGS. 

36 Cattermole, G., " The Armoury," 8 x 115 (Hodgson), ^^6 ibs. 6d. 

37 Chambers, G. (1838), "Shipping off the Coast," y\ x n^ (Po.lard), 

;^i6 5s. 6d. 

38 Cooper, T. S.. R..\. (1838), " Sheep in a Landscape," 85 x 12 (Connell), 

^"27 6s. 

39 Cox, D., " In the Harvest-Field," 7 x 10 (Vicars), £2y 6s. 

40 Cromek, T. H., " The Interior of St. Mark's, Venice." 17 x 12^ 

(Leggatt), £2 2s. 

41 Haghe, L., (1839), " Reading the Despatch," ii^ x 15 (Falser). £^ 5s. 

42 Holland, J. (1835), " The Bridge of Sighs, \>nice," 15 x loj (Sampson), 

;^6o 1 8s. 

43 Hunt. W.. " A Young Student," 13 x gj (Tooth), ^£^39 iSs. 

44 Joy, J. C, " .Men-of-War at .Anchor," and " Shipping in a Breeze," a 

p:iir. III x 16 (Home), ;^17 17s. 

45 Lewis, J. F., R..\., "Spanish Peasants and Mule," 10 x 14^ (Sampson), 

£'^?. i3--^- 

46 Maclise, D., R..\. {1853', " A Figure Subjecl," loi x 9 (Col. Peters), 

^£■3 3S- 

47 Martin, J. (1835), " The Storm," 6i x 8J (Walker), £4 14s. 6d. 

48 Nash, J. (1841), ".An Interior, with a Cavalier and Dog," ii\ x 16 

(Balsford), £}\ 11s. 

49 Richardson, T. ^L, " Prudhoe Castle," 7J x 11 (Mullen), ;^13 13s. 

50 Richardson. T. M. (1834), " The Old Gateway, Prudhoe Castle," 12^ x gj 

(Mullen), ;^23 3s. 

51 Roberts, D., R..A. (1834), " The Interior of the .Mhambra," 13 x 9 

(Connell), j^'ia 12s. 



ii6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

52 Stanfield, C, R.A., " Landscape with Figures and Horses," gj x 13 

(Connell), ;^i6 i6s. 

53 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Falmouth Harbour," 6x9, enfjraved hy 

W. B. Cooke, (1816), in " Southern Coast," (Wallis), ;£ri99 los. 

54 Turner, " Sion House," 6| x 11 (Gooden and Fox), ^£^35 14s. 

55 De Wint, P., "Landscape," gj x 12J (Leggatt), £jo gs. 

56 Wyld, W., " Rome," sunset, 6? x 10 (Connell), ;£?ii os. 6d. 

The property of a gentleman. 

57 Earle, C " On the Ramparts, Avignon." 14I x 2ij (Connell), ;^9 gs. 

58 Goodwin, A. (igoi), " Bristol Docks," 10 x 14^ (Fletcher), ^22. is. 

5g Goodwin, A. (1903), " When the Day's Work is done: Bristol Docks,"' 
10 X 14-J (Fletcher), £ig igs. 

60 Goodwin. A., " Sandwich, Kent," gj x 12 (Fletcher), £i-^ 17s. 

61 Goodwin, A. (igo4), " Palermo," 10 x 145 (Gooden and Fox), £2^ is. 

62 Goodwin, .\., "Sunset, Gulf of .^den," qJ x 12 (Hicks), ^£'22 is. 

63 Goodwin, A., " Valley of the Inn, Tyrol," 7! x g} (Scott), £8 8s. 

64 Gow. Mary L., " Fireside Thoughts," 65 x 4j (Hicks), £2 12s. M 

65 HoUoway, C. E. (1889), " Maiden. Essex," 17V x 28 (Sampson), £^ qs. 

PICTURES. 

66 Bloomer, H. R. (1878), " At Barbizon," 14I .1 11 (Scott), £1 is. 

67 Brown, Fred., " .\ \ormandy Girl," loj x 65 (Wallis), £2 13s. 6d. 

68 Forbes, Mrs. St.nnhope, " Afternoon : Fishing," 173 x 23^ (Jackson), 

;£?I0 los. 

6g Vidal, Eugene, " Summer," 215 x 18 (Wallis), ^4 4s. 

70 Waterhouse, J. W., R.A. (1892), " The Mermaid," 12 J x 7 (Leggatt), 

jf22 IS. 

71 Waterlow. Sir E. .\., R.A. (1882), " .\ Backwater near Wargrave," 

17J X iii (Sampson), j£rio los. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

72 Haghe, L. (1853), " The Happy Trio," 20^ x 26' (withdrawn). 

73 Holmes, Sir R. R., " Eton, from Windsor," 17 x 30 (Holmes), £5 155. 6d. 

74 Holmes, Sir R. R., " Market Scenes in Florence," a pair, 18 x lo 

(,Scott) £1 lis. 6d. 

75 Holmes, Sir R. R., " The Interior of Torcello Cathedral," and 

" Badia Settinia, near Florence," a pair, 17.^ x 10 (Scott), £1 is. 

76 Holmes, Sir R. R., " In the Old Town, Folkestone," gj x 17* (Leger). 

15s. 

77 Wimperis, E, M., " Near Cadgwith," after the storm, 6i \ iif 

(Fletcher), ^5 15s. 6d. 
77A Fortuny, M., " An .\rquebusier," pen and ink, 11x8 (Leggatt), £5 53. 

78 .Mole, J. H., " Dorwent Water," 6i x gi (Bowden), £8 8s. 

79 Ryland, H., " The Reaper and the Flowers," 10 x 10 (Scott), £i 13s. 6<-l 
8n Kennington, T. B. (1883), " Daily Bread." iij x 8i (Upperlon), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

81 Hardy, T. B. (i8gi), " Fishing-Boats off Venice," .S x 7 (Robinson), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

82 Parsons, Alfred, A.R.A., " A Road Scene," i6 x 11 (Keevil), £8 Ss. 

83 Cox, D. (1846), " A Welsh Village," 8 x iii (Brown and Phillips), 

;^I0 lOS. 



March 7, 1910. 117 

84 Cattermole, G., " The Crypt of a Church," 9 x 12J (Keevil), £,z 12s. 6d. 

85 Turner, J. M. W.. R.A., " Conway Castle," lOj x i6j, a letter (rem 

John Ruskin on the back (VVallis), £,~,o 8s. 

86 Goodwin. H., " Autumn at Canterbury," and " Old Boston," a pair, 

13I X 20 (Jackson), pC8 8s. 

87 Goodwin, H. (iqo6), " Barnard Castle," 13J x gj (Leger), £■>, 3s. 

88 Law, David. " Goring Church and Lock,"- I2j x 20J (Connell), ;^9 9s. 

89 Barret, G.. " River Scene," 4I x ■]\ (King), £s ^l^- ^^■ 

90 Hardy, T. B., " St. Valcry," 17 x 27 (Scott), £z 12s. 6d. 

90A Prout, S., " The Porch of a Cathedral," with figures, loi x 7J 
(Bowrtcn), ;^'io los. 

91 Hardy, T. B. (1893), " Portsmouth," isi x 39^ (Connell), £21 6s. 

92 Hardy, T. B. (1894), " Boats Entering Portsmouth Harbour," 8^ x 27^ 

(Blandford), £\(i 16s. 

93 Warren, E. G., " NMr Cliudlfigh. Devon." 20 x 28 tPeters), £z 12s. 6d. 

94 Hughes, E. Lucas (1908), " .\ Corner of Bridston Wood," 17 x \\\ 

(Peters), £\ 2s. 

95 Hughes, E. Lucas, " .An Old Cottage in Oxfordshire," 10 x 14I 

(.Misell, Junr.), 10s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 
56 Hughes, Edward, " .\ Frolic in Papa's Studio," 24^ x 29^ (Jackson), 

£^ +5- 

97 Adams, J. Clayton, " .Xear Leith Hill, Surrey," 19 x 29J (Petars), 

;^5 15s- 6d. 

98 Fielding, C, " View off Liverpool," 11 x 15 (Pollard), ;i^37 i6s. 

99 Sh:iver, VV., .Sen., '" Peasants and Farmhorses resting," 39I \ 32} 

(Leggatt), £y. gs. 
100 Angeli, H. Von, " Portrait of the Earl of Beaconstield," rid an 

artist's proof engraving, by T. L. .Atkinson, 19} x 16 (Yates), 

£y) 18s. 
Id C.ilvcrt, F. (1833), " Shipping, olif St. Michael's .Mount," 24 x 35J 

(Leggatt), £1, 14s. 6d. 

102 Dawson, H. (1859), " River Scene," 11^ x 17-i (Perniain), £\z 12s. 

FRENCH SCHOOL 

103 " The Levee," i/j x 14^ (Leger), ^5 15s. 6d. 

104 Horlor, G. VV., " Highland Sheep," 35!- x 53 tMullen), ^16 i6i. 

105 Montague, A., " The Entrance to Bayeux," and " Old Houses, Belgium," 

a pair, 13I x gj (Priest), ^^"7 7s. 

106 Williams, A. W. (18741, " Tenby from the Sands," 23I x 35I (White), 

;64 14s- 6d. 

107 Herring, J. F.. ■" .\ Farmyard." with horses, cattle, goat and poultry, 

I7i X 29I (.\L Joseph!, £(> 16s. 6d. 
io8 Ladell, E., " Fruit and Dead Game," 13I- x 17^ (Collings), £1, 33. 
109 Melville, .\lex (1S79), " Come unto these Yellow Sands," and " Fairy 

Spoils," a pair, 16 x 24 (Bell), 15s. 
uo Westerbeek, C, '-The Return of the Flock." 7'j x \\\ (Fletcher), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

111 Herring, J. F., Sen. (1851I, " Horses Drinking at a Trough," isi in., 

circular. (Howard-Jones), £y] i6s. 

112 Andrews, G. H., " Girls at a Cottage Door," 18 in., circular, (Col. 

Smythe), ^n iis. 

113 Waterlow. Sir E. -A., R.A., "A Forest Path, Barbizon," 24 x 13J 

(St. Davids), ;617 17s. 



ii8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

114 Andrews, G. H., " A Sportsman and Ladies refreshing in a wood," 

^95 ^ 23I (Renton), £15 155. 
:i5 Ward, M. T., " Fox-Hunting," a set of four, 13J x 20J (Miles), 

;£'ii OS. 6d. 

116 Webb, J. (187C1), " Fishing-boats neai- Dordrecht," i^l ^ 'Oi (Fletcher), 

£<) 19s. 6d. 

117 Scheeres, H. (1856-7), " The Interior of an Inn," and " Soldiers Plnying 

Draughts," a pair, 6J x 8J (Leger), j£S 8s. 

The property of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

118 Bond, R. S., "\\'elsh River Scene," and "A River Scene with boats," 

by J. Salmon, 1874, (Peters), £y 17s. 6d. 

119 Henley, W. B., " River Scenes," a pair, 9I x 14 (Peters), ;^i us. 6d. 

120 Ibbetson, J. C, " The Ferry," I2i x 171 (Ellis and Smith), £g i6s. 6d. 

121 Varley, J. (1824), " IVIountainous Lake Scene," 14I x 19 (Vicars), £2 2s 

122 Whitby, W. R. (1884), "A Rocky Coast"; "An Italian Landscape"; 

and " A Fisherman's Cottage," (Jackson), £2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

123 Bowkett, J. M. (1881), " Expectation," 23J- x 13^ (Scott), ^^i iis. 6d. 

124 Fletcher, Blandford, " Views at Steventon, Berks," a pair, 7j x iij 

(Mitchell). £6 6s. 

125 Morris, C, " Riv^r Scene," and " Going to Market," oval (Richardion), 

£3 '3S 6d. 

126 Nono, L. (1886I, " Italian Courtship," 22 x 29I (Smith), ;£"29 8s. 

127 Peel, J., " River -Scene," with cattle and an angler, igj x 29J 

(Mullen), £1$ 4s. 6d. 

128 Pott, L. J., " The Lovers' Walk," 9I x 6* (Mitchell). £^ 4s. 

129 Rosa, S.. " Warriors under a Tree," 275 x 22 (Collings), £2 5s. 

130 Stanfield, C, R.A. (1849), " Dutch Boats on the Maas," 18 x 30 

(Permain), £1;^ 13s. 



The following were sold bj' order of the Tru.stees of 
H. Simpson, Esq., deceased, formerly of Hanley. 

DRAWINGS. 

131 Carrick, R. (i83o), " Changing Pastures," 13 x 17-^ (Bower), j^i8 i8s. 

132 Duncan, E. (1877), " Bridge near Hurley on the Thames," 14 x 20^ 

(M. Joseph), £y 17s. 6d. 

133 Haghe, L. fi88o), " The Monk's Discovery," 28 x 37 (Bran.sley), £i^ 13s. 

134 Hardy, T. B., " Dordrecht," 13 x 20 (Bransley), £iS i8s. 

135 Leitch, W. L. (1875), " Ruscoe Castle, Kirkcudbrightshire," u x j6} 

(Mullen), j£;2i. 

136 Leitch, \V. L. (1875), " \'iews in Stirlingshire," a pair, 7J x iij 

(Wallis), ;^I7 6s. "ed. 

137 Mogford, J. (1875), " Feeding the Chickens," 9! x iji (Sims), £5 5s. 

138 Mogford, J. (1876), "At Elslead, Surrey": " .\ Lake Scene"; and 

" A View in the Campagna," (Cooper), £i 3s. 

139 Mole, J. H. (1876), "On the Borders of Dnrtmoor : Glertners Returning," 

25 X 30 (.Sampson), £52 los. 



March 7, 1910. , 119 

140 Mole, J. H. (1876I, " Faggot-Gatherers, near Shirley," 14! x 11 (\'okins) 

141 Richardson, T M., " St. Pierre, Switzerland," and " A Highland 

Landscape," a pair, 5^ x 8j (.Cassell), ;£J'ii iis. 

142 Syer, J. (1880), " A Distant View of Wells, Somerset," 24 x 36 (Tooth), 

143 Syer, J., " Haddon Hall," and " Keynsham, near Bristol," (Bransley), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

144 Tayler, F. (1876), " Market Day, near Quimper, Brittany," 13^ x 21 

(Bransley), £16 i6s. 

145 Tayler. F. (1875), " Returning frona the Hunt," nj x 15^ (Sims), 

PICTURES. 

146 Cole, G. (1857), " .\ Farmyard at AIbur\', Surrey," 13! x igj (Mullen), 

£26 5S. 

147 Dawson, H., " Nottingham Castle from the Leen Sido," 14J i igj 

(Gooden and Fox), £ij 17s. 

148 Hardy, T. B. (1877-S), " Scheveningen," 29 x 50 (Mitchell), ;£'i7 6s. 6d. 

149 Harris, Edwin (1878), " The Nailmaker's Forge," South Staffordihire, 

30 X 40 (Sims), £2 I2S. 6d. 

150 Hayes, E., R.H.A., " Genoa la Superba," 29 i 50 (Woolf), £2;^ 2S. 

151 Hayes, E., R.H..-\., " Fishing-Boats off Granton Harbour," gj x 13J 

(Col lings), £3 3s. 

152 Niemann, E. J. (1839), " Shipping off the Coast," 24^ x 45 (Shepherd) 

£i6 16s. 

153 Niemann. E. J. (1853). " On the Moors," 9.1 x 17^ (Shepherd), £(> i6s. 6d. 

154 Pelham, T. K.. " VVater-Carriers," 27 x 35 (Sims), £28 7S- 

15s Pelham, T. K., and Hughes, W. (1867), " Preparing for Dinner," 

31 X 24 (Bransley), j£^8 i8s. 6d. 

156 Pratt, J. (1883), " The Studio of a Rustic Genius," 29^ x 39^ (Sims), 

^.yS ?s. 

157 Price, J., " A Shepherd and Sheep on a Road," isi x 32^ (Bransley), 

;^3 3S. 

158 Price, J., " Eane Scene," with sheep, ii; x 15^ (Sims). £2 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 8, 1910. Japanese Colour Prints of the Best 
Period, forming part of the collection of H. A. Ritchie, Esq., 
of Catteshall Manor, (iodalming, Surrey. 



N.B. — In forming the Collection from xvliich iJiesc prints are seJ-ected, 
State atid Condition were made the first consideration ; allusion to 
condition ia only made in tliis Catulugtic when the i<nf>rension 
is exceptionally excellent, or the condition unusually fine. 

The Titles in most cases, owin^ to their great length, are abbreviated. 

PRIMITIVES. 

I & 2 Moronobu, Isliikawa, " The execution of iMorihisa averted," etc., 

not signed, circa 1690 (from the Hayashi Collection); and Shigenaga, 
.N'ishimura, " Ama Koi Kimachi," the celebrated Beauty and Poetess, 
Ono no Koniachi, signed Senkwado Nishiiiiura Shigenaga, circa 1730 
(Tregaskis), ;£:3. 

3 .Shigenaga, Nishimura, " Battle of Dan no Ura," an exceedingly fine 

copy, circa 1730 (Tregaskis), jCi2. 

4 Shigenaga, Nishimura, A crested crane, standing on a pole to which 

a boat is moored, etc., an early example of (he use of colour Mocks 
without key blocks, circa 1740 (Yamanaka), .£^6 10s. 

TORI I SCHOOL. 

5 Kiyonobu, Torii, " Segawa Kikunojo," as Yamabuki, a v.oman. with 

a basket of flowers on her back, in very fine state, circa 1700 
(Wilson), ;£,'9 los. 

6 Kiyonobu, Torii, A v.oman, standing, holding a pillow, circa 1704 

(Wilson), jCS. 

7 Kiyonobu, Torii, " Onoye Kikugoro," as Sano Jirozayemon, in remark- 

ably fine state, circa 1740 (Williams), ^s 'os. 

8 Kiyomasu, Torii, " Segawa Kikunojo," as the Lady Nakagami, a 

beautiful example, circa 1740 (Yamanaka), ;£5 los. 

9 Kiyomasu, Torii, Two actors in a theatrical scene, circa 1720 (Smith), ;^6. 
JO Kiyohiro, Torii, " Sanokawa Schimatsu," as Nagoya Sanza, circa 1755 

(Kalo), jC'2 JOS. 

II Kiyotsune, Torii, " Yamashita Handayu," as Koto no Naishi, the wife 

of Nitta Yoshisada, circa 1760 (Wilson), jC^- 

12 Kiyomitsu, Torii, " Ichikawa Danjuro," in male character, circa 1760 

(Mawson), /^i 5s. 

13 Kiyonaga, 'iorii. New Year's morning in the Yoshiwara, no signa'.ure, 

publishfd in 1787 (Foster), £12 JOS. 

14 Kiyonaga, Torii, .\ mother and daughter se^.ted in the Sakurag.iwa 

tea-house, circa 1778 (Wilson), ;(^^ 14s. 6d. 

15 Kiyonaga. Torii, .'\ long-tailed bird, on the top branch of a plunn tree, 

circa 1780 (Yamanaka), /"4. 



March 8, 1910. 121 

j6 Kiyonag.i, Torii. " Ushiwaka serenading Joruri Hime," circa 1785 

(Smithl. jt-S. 
17 Kiyomine. Torii. " Midoiigi of \\'nknmatsu-ya," a celebrated courtezan, 

circa 1820 (.jMrs. Morgan), ji^3 15s. 

ISHIKAWA SCHOOL. 
j8 Toyonobu. Ishikawa, CInildren making a great snowball, circa 1745 
(Foster), j£r2 155. 

19 Toyomasa, Ishikawa, Children on the bank of a stream, signed Ishikawa 

Toyomasa, circa 1775 (Swettenham), ;£.3 5s. 

MSHIK.UVA .SCHOOL. 

20 A ii Sukonobu, Nishikawa, Two pages from .n book, " V?hon Chitose 

no Haru." " Pictures of the Spring of a Thousand Years," not signed; 
and Harunobu, Suzuki, Nishimura School, " Frince Shotoku," on 
horseback, a very early print in three colours, without background ; 
bosso-ye form, signed Suzuki Harunobu, very rare, and in good 
condition, circa 1755 (Yamanakal, ^.6 los. 

MSHLMURA SCHOOL. 

22 Harunobu. Suiuki. .\ girl, .seated on the engawa of a house, circa 1760 

(Tregaskis), J^S. 
.^3 Harunobu, Suzuki, Two girl.s in the balcony of a house, circa 1760 

(Wilson), ;^i6 los. 
^^ Harunobu, Suzuki, Two girls in the balcony of a house overlookinji 

a stream, circa 1760 (Tregaskis), ;^8. 
25 Harunobu, Suzuki, Two tea-house girls, circa 1760 (Tregaskis), £26. 
i6 Harunobu, Suzuki, .\ Court lady, standing in the doorway of n house, 

Best period, circa 1766-1770 (Foster), ;£ri2 10s. 

27 Harunobu, Suzuki, Interior scene, one of a series, " Fuzoku Shiki Kasen," 

" .Social Customs of the Four Seasons,"' this being for the Chrysan- 
themum Month, the 9th, published 1770 (Yamanaka), ^18 ids. 

28 Harunobu. Suzuki, Interior scene, signed Harunobu. Best period, circa 

i77t>-i77o i Wilson). ^69 los 

29 Harunobu, Suzuki, Interior scene, winter weather. Best period, circa 

1776-1770 ^^regaskis), ;£rio los. 

30 Harunobu, Suzuki. The engawa of a te.i-house facing the garden. Best 

period, circa 1776-1770 (Swettenham?, jf6. 

31 Harunobu, Suzuki, A Daimyo, in court costume. Best period, circa 

1776-1770 (Yamanaka), ;£ri2 12s. 
■\i Yo>;hinobu, Komai, Shoki and a Yoshiwara belle, circa 1770 (Trogiskis), 

33 Koriusai, Isodn, " Y.Miiashiro. Ide no Tnmsgawa," circa 1775 (Smith), 

^6 6s. 

34 Koriusai, Isoda, " Hackirakaki," Torn of Oiso, outside the house of 

Kudo Suketsune. circa 1775 ((Yamanaka), ;£Ti6. 
-,5; Koriusai, Isoda. " Hachirakaki." Ushiwaka (The youthful Yoshitsune) 

leaving Joruri Hime, the daughter of Kiichi Hogen, circa 1780 

(Wilson). jCy 17s. 6d. 
36 Koriusai. Isoda " Matsundo of Matsubr.-ya." with her two kmuro, 

on promenade :;t the Cherry-blossom Festival, circ.i 1780 ,Bird). 

^.t lOS. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



37 Koriusai, Isoda, The medicine man of Adachigahara looking at an 

oiran's tongue, circa 1780 (Yamanaka), ^^9 ids. 

38 Koriu-ai, Isoda, " Hachirakaki," The Lucky Dream, circa 1780 

(Yamnnaka), ^0 os. 

39 Koriusai, Isoda, "Hachirakaki," The Empress Jingo no Kogo, in "orea, 

circa 1780 (Mrs. Witt), £;i. 

INDEPENDENTS. 

40 Masunobu, Tanaka, .\ young Samurai, in swagger attitude (Lambert), £2. 

41 Seiko, Shochosai, An almanack print for Meiwa II., i.e. 1765, nof 

signed, but sealed, from the Hayashi Collection (Yamanaka), 
^"i IIS. 6d. 

42 Buncho. Ippitsusai, " Onoye Kikugpro," as a rokubu or pilgria. of 

the Shingon sect, in very fine condition, circa 1770 (Tregaskis), ;^8. 

43 Buncho, Ippitsusai, .\n actor, in male character, circa 1770 (Swettenham), 

44 Buncho, Ippitsusai, " Ichikawa Shichijuro," as a man, standing 

brandishing a branch of peony over " Nakamura Matsuye," as a 
woman, in the Botan Gaku, " Peony Dance," circa 1770 (Williams), 

K.'VTSUGAWA SCHOOL. 

45- Shunsho, Katsugawa, .\n actor of the Ichikawa School, not signed, but 

sealed with the small jar seal Tsubo, circa 1770 (Swettenham), £2 los. 
46 Shunsho, Katsugawa, Three out of a set of five actors, two in male 

and one in female characters, circa 1770 (Tregaskis), £6 6s. 
47 &: 48 Shunsho, Katsugawa, An actor of the Ichikawa School, as Kudo 

Suketsune, circa 1770; and Shunsho, Katsugawa, An actor, in f'-'tiale 

character, circa 1775 (Lambert), £^ los. 

49 Shunsho, Katsugawa, The tea-house Ichiriki, etc., not signed, but one 

of n well known set, circa 1785 (Swettenham), £^. 

50 Shunsho, Katsugawa, A Samurai, in waiting for his lord's return to 

his bullock-cart, circa 1785 (Mrs. Morgan), £g 15s. 

51 .Shunsho. Katsugawa " Hachirakaki," The Takarabune, or Shio of 

Good Fortune, circa 1790 (Foster), £2. 
Si Shunko, Katsugawa, An actor, as a Samurai, signed Shunko, circa 1780 
(Lambert), ^^2. 

53 .Shunko, Katsugawa, Three actors, a group of bust portraits, not signed, 

cir. .1 ITS'; (VamanaU-a), £12. 

54 Shunin.in. Kubo, The balcony of a tea-house, circa 1795 (Mrs. Morgan), 

£13 10s. 

55 -Shuncho, Katsugav\a, Interior scene, winter, in exceptionally fine state, 

circa 1785 (Tregaskis), £17 17s. 

56 Shuncho, Katsugawa, Inferior scone, circn 1785 (Mrs. Morgan), ^8 fs. 

57 Shuncho, Katsugawa, " H.ichirakaki," Ladies holiday-making on the 

banks of the Sumida river, circa 1790 (Wilson), £^ 4s. 

58 & 59 S'lunko, ollierwiso Shunbeni, " Segnwa RoUo," in female char.ic- 

ter, circa 1840; and Shigemasa, Kitao, Kitao School, Two ''a.Tious 
circus riders, circa 1780 (Lawrence), £ii 14s. 6d. 

KIT.VO SCHOOL. 

6f) S: 1)1 Shigemasa, Kitrio, Triptych, Yoritomo, at Akanuma ga hara, 
indulging in his favourite sport of flying cranes, circa 180S; and 



March 8, igio. 123 

Masanobu, Kitao, A courtezan, seated by a cylindrical lantern, not 
signed, circa 1790 (Yamanaka), ;^'3 8s. 
62, bj, & 64 Masayoshi, Kitao, Landscape, circ.T 1800: Shiko, Momoknwa, 
Toriyaiiiri Sriiool, A woman leanint; on .-i clothes-horse, with a buncli 
of chrysanthemums in her hand, circa 1780; Shiko, Momukawa. 
Toriyama School, A group of three young men dancing it thf 
Niwaka Festival in the Yoshiwara, circa 1780 (GlassI, j£^3 3s. 

TORIYAMA SCHOOL. 

65 Shiko, Momokawa, A boating-party under the Ryogoku bridge, circa 

iSoo (Blewitt), £1 IIS. 6d. 

66 Uf;imaro, Kilagawa, Diptycli, The Meeting of the Lover .Stars, circ« 

1783 (Lambert), ;^I9 19s, 

67 Utamaro, Kitagawa, Triptych, A geisha performance in the ya.'>hiki 

of a nobleman, circa 1785 (Tregaskis), £-5 4S. 

68 Utamaro, Kitagawa, Triptych, A fishing-boat pulling up beside a covered 

pleasure-boat, a very fine impression, in beautiful state, circa 1790 
(Tregaskis), ;^39 18s. 

69 Utamaro, Kitagawa, Triptych, Taiko go tsuma Rakuto Yukwai na 

dzu, " .\ view of the pleasures of Taiko, with five women in the 
Happy Land " (Greville), £1^ 15s. 

70 Utamaro, Kitagawa. " Hachirakaki," Shoki in a thunderstorm ioc-king 

for the oni, from the Happer Collection (Foster), £2. 

71 Utamaro, Kitagawa, A largj; head bust portrait of a v.oman, not 

signed, from the Wakai Collection (Greville), £ig- 

72 Utamaro, Kitagawa, A large head, half-length portrait of a woman 

(Lee), £6 i6s. 6d. 

73 Kikumaro, Kitagawa, .A Yoshiwara belle, circa 1800 (Swetten+iam), £2. 

INDEPENDENTS. 

74 Sh.Traku, Toshiusai, " Otani Oniji," bust portrait of the actor, circa 

1790 (Yamanaka), ;^35. 

75 Sharaku, Toshiusai. " Xoshiwo II.," as Ono no Komachi, circ.^ 1790 

(Tregaskis), ^£'26. 

76 Shnraku, Toshiusai, " Segawa Kikunosuke," as a Court lady, circi 1793 

(Tregaskis). ;£'26. 

77 Enshi, .Anguisai, The balcony of a tea-house, very rare, circa 179a 

(Mrs. Morgan), ^76 i6s. 6d. 

HOSODA SCHOOL. 

78 Yeishi, Chobunsai, A group of women (Mrs. Morgan), £^ 4s. 

79 Yeishi, Chobunsai, " Ni Yoshiwara," " In the Yoshiwara " at th* 

New Year, Kansei 9, 1797 (Smith), £^ 5s. 

80 Yeishi, Chobunsai, A woman stooping to attend to a caged bird, circa 

1785 (G. Mere), £2 12s. 6d. 
8i Veisui, Ichirakutei, " Takigawa of Ogi-ya," a large head portrait of a 
girl, circa 1800 (Yamanaka), £^ 14s. 6d. 

82 Gokio, "Komurasaki of Tama-ya," with a companion and her kamuro 

on promenade at the New Year Festival, circa 1800 (.Swette iham). 
£7 17s. 6d. 

UTAGAWA SCHOOL. 

83 Tojoharu, Utagawa, Sunset at Lake Biwa, circa 1770 (Sands), £t iis. 6d. 



124 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

84 Toyohiro, Utagawa, " A Mushi-uri," or itinerant insect-seller, circa 1790, 

in faultless state (Mrs. Morgein), ^11 os. 6cl. 

85 Toyokuni. Utagawa, Triptych, Ladies' amusement";, rirca 1790 (Foster), 

86 Toyokuni, Utagawa, Triptych, snow scene, circa 1800 (Swettenhaiii), 

87 Kuniyoshi, Utagawa, Triptych, " Soma no Furogosho," " The Old 

Palace of Soma " (Tregaskis), j£2 3s. 

88 & 89 Kuniyoshi, Utagawa, Benkei carrying away the grer.t l>ell of 

Miidcra, Otsu, circa 1840; Kuniyoshi, Utagawa, The Priest hJich.ren, 
on his wr.y to exile in Sado, in very fine condition, circa 1840 
(Inuda), .^r^ 14s. 6d. 

90 Kuniyoshi Utagawa, Fuji, seen from Tsukudajima, circa 1845 (S<Tiith), 

£5 'OS. 

91 Kuniyoshi. Utagawa, " Tung-Yung (Jap. Toye),'" A Chinese, (uo poor 

to pay for his father's burial, etc., circa 1850 (Smith), ^r is. 

92 & 93 Kuniyoshi, Utagawa, " Ts'ai She " Qap. Saishi), .\ Chinese 

woman \\ ho suckled her great grandmother, etc.; and Toyokuni, 
Gosotei. Blue Print, A wom.?n standing on a country rond, circn 
J830 (Ball), £2 2S. 

94 Kuniy.'isu, Ipposai, " .\n Oiran," in full ceremonial costume, circi iS;o 

(Lane), £6 i6s. 6d. 

95 Kuniyasu, Ipposai, .Another, similar, facing the oppasite way (liyles), 

£2 2S. 

96 & 97 Kuniaga, Ichiunsai, A comic dance, circa 1810; and Spdahide 

(Ufagawa), Triptych " Noka Kosaku no dzu," " Vew of Peasants 
Farming," circa 1830, (Foster), ^£'2. 

TSUTSUMI SCHOOL. 

98 Torin, Tsutsumi, " Kurama Fuku Oroshi," " Prosperity coming down 

to Kurama," 1797, (Mrs. Wittl, £1 is. 

99 Torin, Tsutsumi, " Hashiba Norizome," " The First Trip o! the 

New Year," 1797 (Corry), £i 10s. 
100 & loi Rinsho, Tsutsumi, " Jurojin," the Kami of Lr'tters, 17^7; and 
Togei, Tsutsumi, " Oshukubai," " Nightingale and Pluin-blo.'isom," 
1797 (Corry), £j 8s. 

102 Yekigi, " Murasaki Shikibu," a celebrated poetress, circa 1800 (Swet- 

tenhaml, ins. 

K.VrSUCHlKA SCHOOL. 

103 Hokusai, Katsuchika, " Pentaptych," Interior of " Ogi-ya," the "House 

of the Fan," in the Yoshiwara, circa 1810 (Tregaskis), .£j')o. 

104 &• 105 Hokiis.-ii, Kalsuohika, " Fuji from Ono Shindcn," |irovin.-e 

ol Suruga, circa 1S23; and Hokusai, Katsuchika, " filnoshima 
Shunibo," " Spring, Full Moon, l^noshima," 1797 (Harrison), £4 4s. 
)o6 Hokusai, Katsuchika, " Aoifia oka no taki," the Aoiga Waterfall, 
province of Yedo, circa 1827, (Lane), £2 12s. 6d. 

107 Hokusai, Katsuchika, A cuckoo flying above a clump of wild c/aleas 

(Foster), £3. 

108 Hokusai, Katsuchika, " Three Tanjaku," poetry slips (Harn'-on), 

£3 '3S- f't' 

109 Hokujiu, Shotei, " Takegawa," View of the river flowing under a 

bridge, circa 1825, (Swettenham), £^ los. 



March 8, 1910. 12s 

no Shigenobu, Yanagawa, An Osaka geisha, circa 1825 (Sweftenham), 

111 Gakutei, Vasiiima, "Ships entering Tejiipozrin harbour," iS;3 (Lane). 

112 Kakutei, Yashinia, Osaka stone bridge over the mouth of the Aji 

river, 1838 (Vanianaka), £^ 3s. 

113 Kakutei, Yashijna, '•' Amayadori," " Escaping Rain," 1838 (Lane), 

;£jl IS. 

114 Gakutei, \'ashiiiia, Ichibashi at Ajikaua. sunset, circa 1838 (Bird), 

£z I2S 6d. 

115 Ycizan, Kikugavva, Triptych, Water Carnival at Ryogoku bridge, circa 

1810 (Lane), £2 3S- 

116 Yeisen, Keisai. The Small Carp, sometimes called " The Gold-fish " 

(Sands), £^ 14s. 6d. 

117 Yelsen, Keisai, Ryogoku, view of the bridge, circa 1836 (Mrs. 

Robertson), j^'i iis. 6d. 

118 Yeisen, Keisai, Kumagava .Station on the Kisokaido, circa 1840 (Mrs. 

Witt), 15s. 

119 Yeisen, Keisai, Plue Print, A Yoshiwara beauty, circa 1820 (Andrew), 

;^3 3S- 

130 Yeisen, Kcisni, Blue Print, A Yoshiwara beauty, in promenade besidi* 

a lamp-post shaped lantern, circa 1820 (.\ndrew), £-^ 3s. 

121 Yeisen, Keisai, Blue Print, A Yoshiwara beauty standing by an irched 

window, circa 1820 (Bird), £1 lis. 6d. 

HIROSHIGE (ICHIRYaSAI) 1796-1858. 
" Kyoto Moisho," " Celebrated Views of Kyoto," a set of ten plates 
of the original and rare edition, each signed Hiroshige (withdrawn). 

122 Kinkakuji, The gold plated temple, and Tsuten Kyo no Kofu, 

" Red Maples at Tsuten bridge " (Robertson), £1 is. 

123 .^rashiyama, At the foot of the rapids, and Yatsuse, The tops cf the 

houses of the village (Harrison), £2 2s. 

124 Yodogawa, Men poling a great ferry-boat across the river, and Gion 

no Yashiro, The Gion temple in a snow-storm (Spiers), ;^i is. 

125 & 126 Shimabara. one of the gates of the Yoshiwara quarter, and 

Tadashi, with its tea-houses, in a rain-storm ; Kiyoniidzu Temple, 
on a hil! .>-ide, and Yusuzunii, " Evening cooling," in the partly 
']ry bed of the river (Robertson), £2 2s. 

127 Yoshiwara, .\ winding road under pine trees (Williams), £2 5s. 

128 Odawara, .Sako Gawa, Fording the Sako River, First issue of the 

first edition (Williams), £i 55. 

129 HaV:one, Ursui, " Hakone Lake " (Cotterell), £1 iis. 6d. 

130 & 131 Cliiryu, Shu Ka Uma Ichi, The principal Summer horse-fair, 

and Kuwana, Shichi Ri Watashi Guchi, " Mouth of the Seven ri 

Ferry at Kuwana " (Foster), ;^i lis. 6d. 
132 Kategawa, .'Vkiha San Empo, " Distant View of Mount .\kiha. from 

Kakegawa " (withdrawn). 
'33' '34> & '35 Otsu, Soii Chaya, " Soii Toa-housf, Otsu "; Kyoto, 

Sanjo O Hashi, "Great Bridge, Third Avenue, Kyoto"; and 

Yui Satta Mine, " Satta Peak, Yui " (Tregaskis), £C}. 
136 " Kokon Joruri Tsukushi," " Ancient and Modern Dramas, A Seri?s," 

full size, upright, a very rare and early set of these subjects of 

which only six are known (Harrison), £13 2s. 6d. 



126 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

J37 " Kokon Joruri Tsukushi," Okaru and Hayano Kempel, the third 
scene of the Chiushingura, Gompachi ume no dan, " Gonip.irhi 
dreaming," Him; Komatsu, Nenohi Asobi (.the name of t olay) 
(Harrison), £^ 3s. 

138 " Kwa Cho," " Bird and Flower," large panel print (Foster), £^j 5s. 

139 .Asakusa Temple, Panel Series, Rain scene, signed Hiroshige (Cippel). 

:£r2 lOS. 

140 Sumida Gawa, Panel Series, Snow scene, signed Hiroshige (Foster) 

141 Sugawara Michizane, sealed on a bullock, signed Hiroshige (Foster), 

^■5 15s- 6d. 

142 Tamagawa. Aki no Tsuki, .Ayu Tori, " Catching fish. Moonlight, Tama 

river," signed Hiroshige (Tregaskis), £2 12s. 6d. 

143 & 144 Koganei Tsutsumi no hana Zakari, " Cherry-blossom Ht 

Koganei Bank," companion picture to the foregoing, and " Mu Tama- 
gawa," Koromo Uchi, the Tama river in Settsu, Noji, the river 
in Omi, and Ide, the river in Yamashiro, signed Hiroshige (Evans), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

145 " Mu Tamagawa," Chofu, the river in Mutsu, Koya, the poisoned 

stream in Kii, and \oda, in Michinoku, signed Hiroshige (Williams), 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

146 &■ 147 Kwa Cho Panels, A white crane, wading beside a pinl-: flower, 

and a long-tailed bird, flying past red begonias; and Enoshima 
Benzaiten Kaijc Mode Hongu Iwaya no dzu, " Pilgrimage io the 
Rock Cave, Enoshima," Triptych, View of the back of the island, 
signed Hiroshige (Foster), £2. 

148 Taira Kiyomori Kwai I wo Mi no dzu, " The Strange and Wonderful 

Vision of Taira Kiyomori," Triptych, signed Ichiryusai Hiroshige 
(Inuda). ;^3 los. 

149 & 150 Vedo \'iev..s, .Asakusa Temple, in snow, and Susaki, at low 

tide, signed Hiroshige; and Yedo Views, Oji Mari no Yashiro, 
the temple of Inari, .Asukayama Hanami, " Cherry-blossom at Asuka 
hill," Nihon Bashi, with Fuji in the distance, all signed Hiroshige 
(Smith I, £2 2S. 
" Yedo Komio Kaiseki Tsukushi," " The Celebrated Tea-houses of 
Yedo," signed Hiroshige (withdrawn). 

151 Mokuboji, Yuki mi, A beautiful snow scene (Tregaskis), ;^5. 

152 i: 153 .San-y.i, An Interior with two sides open; and ICamcido 

Tama-ya, Snow Falling (Cappel), £2 2s. 
154 & 155 Ryogoku, ^'anagi Hashi, Kawachi-ya, Balcony of the Kaw.-ichi 

house; and Shitaya Hirokoji, Kawachi-ya, Interior of the Kawachi 

house. overlooking a pond at Shitaya Hirokoji (Robejtson), 

£2 12s. 6d. 
156 & 157 Ryogoku, .\oyagi-ya. The house on the edge of a stream; and 

Ike no Hata, Horai Tei, Balcony of the Horai pavilion (Lane), 

£2 2S. 
158 & 159 Ushijima, Musashi-ya, Ground floor of the Misashi house; and 

Yushima Matsuyngi Tei, The upper storey of the .Matsuyagi hou,se, 

overlooking the roof tops of the city (Smith), £2 2S. 
j6o Mukojima, Hiraiwa, seen from outside the garden gate, .Susaki, Hatsu 

Hinode, " The first sunrise at Susaki " (Gaunt), £2 los. 
)6i Mukojima, Dai Hichi, garden scene in front of the house, Oji, oji-ya, 

the house on the edge of a stream (Scott), ;^i iis. Od. 



March 8, 1910. 127 

162 & 163 Fukagavva, Hnchiman, Hei Sei, the bnlcony of ihc house 
with guests, Zoshig.-iya, Miogi-ya, the balconies lit up by lanterns; 
Yanaga shima, Hashimoto, three women passing along the bank 
of a stream opposite the house; Imado Bashi, Tama Sho. three 
geisha in a covered boat (Scott), £i iis. fid. 

i»)4, 165, 166, 167, &• 168 Honjo Ko unie, Okura An. delnclic-d houses 
on the bank of a stream; Mimegura, Dewa-ya, a geisha, p^issing 
the liouse; Daionji Mae, Chushin Tei, between the buildinj^s of 
the Chushin pavilion; Asakusa, Kaminari mon Kame-ya, a crowd 
of people; N'ihon bashi, Kashiwa-gi, three geisha, on the balcony; 
Ryogoku, Yanagi hashi, I'me Kana, street scene by the river 
side; Yanagi Hashi, Yulcei, Manpachi, the house overlooking a 
river at evening ; Shin Yoshiwara, Yemonzaka Mihon Tsutsumi, 
" Yemonzaka on the Nihon bank of the New Yoshiwara"; Shiba 
Shimmei ga uchi, Kuruma-ya, the house lit by red lanterns; 
Hakusan Keisei Gakubo, Mankin, a street scene (Smith), £2 3s. 

369 " Tsuki Niju Hakkci," " Twenty-eight Moonlight Views," t\vo of the 
series (wi;h Jrav.n). 
" Rcku-Ju Yo Shu Meisho Dzu Kwai," " Views of upwards of Sixty 
Provinces," a selected number, in very fine state, First Edition, 
signed Hiroshige, dated 1853-1856 (Greville), ;^ii lis. 

170 Kanazawa in Kaga, View over the inlet (Tregaskis), £2 2S. 

171, 172, & 173 In.Tsa -San, at Nagasaki in Hizen; The Suniida River 
in Musashi, snow scene; and Wakasa on the Hoku Riku Do, a 
sailing-boat, with men fishing (Mrs. Gibson), ;^i los. 

174 Maiko Beach in Harima, a strip of pine-clad land (CappeU ;^3. 

175 & 136 Hoki on the .San in Do. r.iin scenp; .'mil Bonito-Fishing at 

Kaijo Matsuwo in Tosa, four boats on a rolling sea (Foster), ;^i. 
177 & 178 Gori no sho in Higo, scene in the mountains; and Shimonoseki 

in Nagato, view of a great junk in the bay (Dare), 15s. 
179 & 180 Goshiki i^each, .\wuji ; and Rainbow at Tsushima (Tregaskis), 

£1 IS. 

HIROSHIGE 11. 

181 " Omi Hakkei," four plates dealing with the beautiful scenery of 

l^ake Biwa, each signed Ni Sei Hiro.shige, " The second Hiroshige " 
(Mere), ;^3 los. 

182 " Omi Hakkei," Four more Views from the same set. each signed 

" The second Hiroshige " (Foster), ^62- 



128 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 9, 1910. The property of Stephen T. Gooden, 
Esq., deceased late of 107, Tulse Hill, S.W. (sold by order 
of the Executors). 

1 " No," and " Ves or No," after Millais, by S. Cousins, R.A., artist's 

proofs (LeggaU), £i i6s. 

2 " The Proscribed Royalist," after Millais, by Simmons, artist's proof, 

" All that was left of the Homeward Bound," after Rivii--'-. by 
Stacpoole, artist's proof, and another (Simpson), los. 

3 " Miss Byng," after Hoppner, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Agnew), 

;£:s 8s. 

4 " Countess Spencer and Lord Althorp," after Reynolds, by Cousins, 

artist's proof (\'oUins), £s iSS- 6d. 

5 " The Marriage of St. Catherine," after Raphael, by R. Stang, proof 

(Leggatt), j£i is. 

6 " Breaking up the .\gamemnon," by Sir F. Seymour Haden, mezzotint 

(Smith), £^ 4S 

7 " Great Marlow," after Vicat Cole, R.A., by B. Debaines, artist's proof 

(Smith), ;^5 5s. 

8 " The May of Life," after Mason, by R. \V. Macbeth, artist's proof, 

(Yeulett). £1 4s. 
g " Salisbury Cathedral," after Constable, by B. Debaines, artist's proof 
(Simmons), £z 12s. 6d. 

10 " Parting Day," after B. \V. Leader, by B. Debaines, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £7 7S. 

11 " The Burgomaster Six," and his Wife, after Rembrandt, bv P. 

.^rendsen, artist's proofs (Smith), £s ss- 

12 " Madame Elizabeth Baes," after and by the same, remarque proof 

(Smith), ;£'i2 I2S. 

J. L. E. MEISSONIER. 

13 " Sans Debrider," by J. Jacquet, remarque proof (Tooth), £,10 "os. 

14 " Chess Players," by J. Jacquet, and " The Three Smolcers, ' by 

the same, remarque proofs (Stimpson), £y 17s. 6d. 

15 " Partie de Cartes," by A. Lalauze, remarque proof (VVailis), £() 19s. 6d. 

16 " Le Mar^chal Ferrant," by A. Mignon, remarque prtxjf (Stimpson), 

;^ii us. 

17 " Napoleon and his StalT," by A. Lamotte, remarque proof (Stimpson), 

;£;i2 I2S. 

J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

18 " The Old T^m^raire," by J. T. Willmore, first published state 

(Vicars), £^ los. 

19 " Nemi," and " Oberwesel," by J. T. Willmore and R. Wallis, first 

published states (Goschen), £6 i6s. 6d. 
JO " Grand Canal, Venice," by W. Muller, first published state (Agnew), 
£6 i6s. 6d. 



March 9, 1910. 12a 

21 " St. Marie's Square, \'enice," by G. Mollis, first published state 

lAgnewl, £;j 13s. 6d. 

22 •' The Procession bearing Bellini's picture," by Willmore, proof before- 

any letters (Vicars), £j 17s. 6d. 

23 " Dido and /Eneas," by W. R. Smith, first published state (LeggattU 

Jir4 4S- 

24 " Caligula's Palace," by E. Goodall, first published state (Leggatt), 

£6 1 6s. 6d 

SIR E. LANDSEER. 

25 •' Jack in Office," by B. P. Gibbon, proof before letters (Stimpson). 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

26 " Ptarmigan Hill," by T. Landseer, artist's proof, and another (Vicars). 

£2 2S. 

27 " Saved," by S. Cousins, R.A., artist's proof (Radcliffe), £1 15s. 

28 " The Deer Family," by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Vicars), £2 2s. 

29 " The Drive of Deer," by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Griffin), 

£2 12s. 6d 

30 " Browsing," by T. Landseer, artist's proof f\'!cnrs). £t is. 

31 " The Otter Hunt," by C. G. Lewis, artist's proof (Legi^att), 

£3 ij'- M. 

32 " Dignity and Impudence," by T. Landseer, first state (Vicars). £6 6s. 

33 " Laying Down the Law," by T. Landseer, first state (Vicars), £j 3s. 

34 " Otter and Salmon," by J. R. Jackson, artist's proof, signed by 

the painter (Vicars), £j 3s. 

35 " None but the Brave," by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Griffin), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

36 " TTie Lost Sheep," by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Smith), £j 3s. 

37 " Chevy," by T. Landseer, artist's proof (Vicars), £2 2s. 

38 " Not Caught Yet,'" by T. Landseer, first published state (Stimpson), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

39 " Spaniel and Pheasant," and " Retriever and Woodcock." by T. 

Landseer, artist's proofs (Vicars). £8 i8s. 6d. 



Other properties. 

Unfraiired. 

40 " Tne Chapels of St. Mark's, Venice," a set of four etchings by 

A. H. Haig (Ellis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

41 " L»-idy Hamilton as ' Mirth,' " after G. Romney. by J. B. Pratt, 

artist's proof (Ellis), £1 55. 

42 " TTie Vernon Children," after and by the same, artist's proof (Cooper), 

£1 sx. 

43 " Mrs. Irvine Boswell," after Sir H. Raeburn, by Norman Hirst. 

artist's proof (Agnew), £2 2S. 

44 " Miss Coussmaker," after Hoppner, by the same, artist's proof (Fine 

Art Society), £$ 155. 6d. 

Framed. 

45 " TTieir Majesties the King and Queen," after Sir Luke Fildes, R.A., 

by J. B Pratt, artist's proofs, a pair (Radcliffe), ;£;ii os. 6d. 

46 " Lady Milnes," after G. Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

fTooth), £i iss. 



I30 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

47 " Lady Arabella Ward," after and by the same, artist's proof (Gooden 

and Fox), £3. 

48 " Miss Selina Beresford," after J. Hoppner, R.A., by J. B. Pratt, 

artist's proof (Gooden and Fox), £j{. 

49 " The Duchess of Gloucester," after T. Gainsborough, R.A., ^y the 

same, artist's proof (Gooden and Fox), j^6 los. 

50 " Miss Pollock," after J. Hoppner, R.A., by the same, artist's proof 

(Gooden and Fox), j^2 2S. 

51 " Madame Le Brun," after Vig^e le Brun, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's 

proof (Paton), ;^i 15s. 

52 " Le Baiser envoy<5," after Greuze, by the same artist's proof (Firth), 

£2. 

53 " Miranda " (half-length), after Hoppner, by the same, artist's proof 

(Gooden and Fox), ;^!6 5s. 6d. 

54 " A Wet Roadside," after B. W. Leader, R.A., by Chauvel, artist's 

proof (Tooth), £s ^5^- ^'^■ 
£5 " Ausierlitz," after Meissonier, by J. Jacquet, remarque proof (Stim- 
son), -£.2 12s. 6d. 

56 " 1897," after and by the same, remarque proof, signed (Tooth), 

57 " Le Guide," after the same, by A. Jacquet, remarque proof (Tooth), 

^12 I2S. 

58 " The Monarch of the Glen," after Sir E. Landseer, by J. B. Pratt, 

remarque proof (Baiter), £6 16s. 6d. 

59 " Moorland and Mist," after P. Graham, R.A., by the same, .irtist's 

proof (Baker), £S 8s 

60 " Sympathy," after B. Riviere, by F. Stacpoolc, artist's proof (Fine 

Art Society), ;^i iis 6d. 

61 " The Day of Reckoning," and " 'Twixt Love and Duty." after S. E. 

Waller, a pair, artist's proofs (Vicars), £2 S^- 

62 "The Smoker," after Seymour Lucas, R.A., by P. Rajon ; " Not 

Worth Powder and Shot," after Dollman, by Hester, artist's proofs; 
and " Otter and Salmon," after Sir E. Landseer (Tooth), £2 5s. 

63 " Puss in Boots," after F. Paton, by J. B. Pratt; " He who Hesitates," 

and the companion, after Kilburne, by F. Priion, a pair, artist's 
proofs (Leggatt), £1 is. 

64 " Westminster Abbey," the series of five small plates, by A. H. Haig 

(Fine Art Society), £6 6s. 

65 " Pampluna — Returning from the Fair," by the same (Leggatt), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

66 " Westminster ,^bbey — North Chancel .\isle," by the same (Fine Art 

Society), £6 6s. 

67 " Entrance lo St. Edmund's Chapel," Westminster, by the Sf.me 

(Moller), £5 155. 6d. 

68 " Cofalu Cathedral," and " Notre Dame, Paris," by the same (looth), 

£tg 19s. 

69 " As the Years Roll By," after Dendy Sadler, by W. Boucher, 

remarque proof (Tagg), £4 4s. 

70 " For Weal or Woe," after .and hy the same, remarque proof (Lefevre), 

£4 4S. 

71 " Same to You, Dear," and " Simon the Cellarer." after and by the 

same, remarque proofs (Grundy and Smith), £^ ss. 

72 " Sundown," after P. Graham, R..^., by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof 

(Tooth). £6 6q. 

73 "Sheep Feeding," afur J. Farquharson, by H. Sedcole, artist's proof; 

and " Sir Henry Irving," after E. Moore (Amor), £2. 



March 9, 1910. 131 

74 " H^lcnc," etching by Helleu (Dale), £■] 7s. 

75 " The Laughing Cavalier," after F. Hals, by Vybond, remarq'ie proof 

(Dale). £(> 6s. 

76 " The Countess Gower and Child," after Sir T. Lawrence, by M. 

Corniack, artist's proof (Goode), ;^5 5s. 

77 " Faith," after Lord Leighton, by J. D. Miller; and " Sylvia," after 

Sir Luke Fildes, R..^., by the same, artist's proofs (Roberts), 
.^^5 ISS- 6d. 

ETCHINGS BY H. DICKSEE. 
Artist's proofs sigtted. 

78 " The Little Gipsy " (Dicksee), ^10 los. 

70 " In the Enemy's Country," (Fyfe), jQZ 8s. 

80 " The Ruined Temple," (Fyfe), ;^8 8s. 

81 " Play " (Combes), £y ys. 

82 " Raiders " (Thomas), £14 3s. 6d. 

S3 " The Destroyers," (Weekes), .^^ii iis. 

84 " The Wishing Pool " (Frost and Reed), ^78 i8s. 6d. 

85 " Nearing Home " (Wise), £y lys. 6d 

86 " Good-bye," remarque proof (Wise), ;^6 16s. 6d. 

87 " My Lady Sleeps," and " The Clover Field," (Frost and Reed), 

;^I0 IDS. 

The property of a gentleman. 

88 " The Princes in the Tower," after Sir J. Millais, by S. Cousins. R..\., 

artist's proof (Vicars), ^i is. 

89 "Miranda (whole-length)," .after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, ti list's 

proof (Colnaghi and Co.), £14 14s. 

90 " Mrs. Bankes," after Romney, by the same, artist's proof (Eyles), 

;^5 15s- 6d. 

91 " Duchess of Devonshire," after Reynolds, by .S. Cousins, R-.A., artist's 

proof (Colnaghi and Co.), .^£'15 15s. 

92 " Salisbury Cathedral," after J. Constable, R.A., by D. Lucas, engraver's 

proof (Fyfe), .£52 10s. 

93 " The Lock," and " The Cornfield," after and by the same, first 

published states (Colnaghi and Co.), ;^I3I 5s. 

94 "Lady I31essington, " after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, F..A. 

(Tooth), £7 ys. 

95 " La Surprise," after Dubuffe, by S. W. Reynolds, proof (Grundy and 

Smith), £2 I2S. 6d. 

96 " Charles, Marquis Cornwallis," after D. Gardner, by J. Jones, proof 

(Sabin), ;^5 ss. 
<i7 " Crossing the Brook," .ifter H. Thompson, by W. Say, open letter 

proof (Gooden and Fox), ;^3i los. 
58 " A Fruit Piece," and " .\ Flower Piece," after Van Huysum, by R. 

Earlom, etched letter proofs (Gooden and Fox), j^Tsg 17s. 
99 " The Story of Letitia," after Morland, by J. R. Smith, the set of 

six. in bislrc (I3eure), £2<) 8s. 

100 "A Parly Angling," and "The Anglers' Repast," after Morl.ind. 

by W. Ward and G. Keating (Lauser), £11 11s. 

101 " The Fisherman's Hut," after the same, by J. R. Smith (Eyles), 

£j^ 13s. 



132 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

102 " The Public-house Door," after the same, by W. Ward, open letter 

proof (Davis 1,^^11 iis. 

103 "Reaping," after J. Ward, by VV. Ward (Firth), :£:n iis. 

104 "Outside of a Country Alehouse," by and after the same (Jacobson), 

;£;i3 2s. 6d. 

105 " The Cow-house," by and after the same, coloured (Grundy and 

Smith), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

Other properties. 

Unfranied. 

106 " Lord George Sackville," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. McArdell, proof 

before any letters (Leggatt), .£5 155. 6d. 

107 "Donald and Jessie," after Cosway, by Bartolozzi ; and "Britannia 

rewarding Music and Literature," after W. Hamilton, by the same, 
proofs in bistre (Wyatt), jQt, 13s. 6d. 

108 "A Mill Stream"; "A Heath"; "River Stour, Suffolk"; and "A 

Mill," after J. Constable, by D. Lucas, open letter proofs 'Firth), 
;^8 i8s. 6d. 

109 " Summer Land "; " Summer Morning "; " Summer Afternoon "; 

" Summer Evening "; and " Noon," after and by the same, open 
letter proofs (Firth), £& i8s. 6d. 

110 "Old Sarum"; "Spring"; "Autumnal Sunset"; "The Dell, Hel- 

mingham "; and "Stoke-by-Neyland, Suffolk," after and by the 
same, open letter proofs (Firth), £,Z i8s. 6d. 

111 Weymouth n>ay, Dorest "; " The Glebe Farm "; " A Lock on the 

Stour "; " Hadleigh Castle "; " Hampstead Heath," open letter 
proofs; and " East Bergholt, Suffolk," after and by the same (Coke), 
,£■) 19s 6d. 

112 " Maria, Countess of Coventry," after C. Read, by J. Finlayson 

(DaviesI, ^5 55. 

113 " Ladies of Rank and Fashion," the set of ten plates, ^iftur J. 

Hoppner, R.A., and Charles Wilkin, engraved by Charles Wilkin, 
comprising portraits of Lady Gertrude Villiers, Lady Gertrude 
Fitzpatrick, Lady Catherine Howard, The Countess of Euston, Lady 
Charlotte Campbell, The Duchess of Rutland, Viscountess St. As?ph, 
Lady Charlotte Duncombe, Lady Langham, and Viscountess 
.Andover, proofs before letters, in bistre, with wide margins (Sabin), 

;^.68. 

Framed. 

114 " Lady Elizabeth Montagu," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Mc.'Vrdell, 

first published state (Davis), ;^5 153. 6d. 

115 " The Countess of Oxford," after Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds 

(Grundy and Smith), £10 los. 

116 " Sir Waller Scott," after Raeburn, by C. Turner, open letter proof 

(W. Sabin), £l^ 17s. 

117 " The Fruits of Early Industry and Economy," and the companion. 

after G. Morland, by W. Ward, a pair, open letter proofs (Agnew), 

118 " Gathering Fruit "; and " Gathering Wood," after G. Morland, by 

Meadows, a pair, in colours, and " Fighting Dogs," after the same, 
by J. R. Smith (Dunne), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

119 " Fox-hunting Subjects," by J. Pollard, a set of four, in colours (Fores), 

£^6 iss. 



March 12, 1910. 133 



March 12, 1910. The collection of Pictures, Drawings 
and Engravings of Sir Walter Gilbey, Bart., removed from 
Cambridge House, Regent's Park. 



19 



First Day's Sale. 



DRAWINGS. 

1 " .\ Chnrge of Lancers," 13 x 19 (.Smith), j£b :6s. 6cl. 

2 " View in a Park," 9 x 13J (N'oUins), £2 2S. 

3 " Street Scene," Si x 10 (Thome), /"a 15s. 

4 " C.iv.ilry Engagement," loj x 14J (Smith), jil6 16s. fid. 

5 Bonheur, Rosa, " Otter Hounds," 11 by 14I (Mitchell), .^^54 12s. 

6 Bonheur, Rosn, 1869, " Hc.nds of two Otter Hounds," g\ x i:J 

(Gooden and Fox), ;^27 6s. 

7 Collier, T. F., 1870, ".Apple Blossom, Primroses, and Bird's-nest," 

loj X 14^ (Leggatt), ;£rio los. 

8 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1838, " Sheep in a Barn," sepia, 9 x 12J 

(Hicks) £7 7s. 

9 Hills R., " Wild Boars in a Wood," 12^ x 16I (Guillet), ;^6 i6s. 6d. 

10 Hunt, W., 1828, " Dead Wild Duck," loi x 8 (.\gnew), ;fii os. 6d. 

11 Hunt, W., ".\ Dead Teal," s| x 10 (Gooden and Fox), £8 i8s. 6d. 

12 Hunt, W., " Dead Pheasants," 7 x 13 (Burke), £2 12s. 6d. 

13 Landseer, Sir E., R..\., " Study for the Boy in ' The Forester's 

family,' " pistel 183 x 12 (Huggins), £^ 14s. 6d. 

14 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Two Stag Hounds," paste;, 13 x 18 (Leggatt), 

£.S iSs. 6d. 

15 .Morland, G., 1792 " A Sow and Pigs," red and bl.nck chalk, ii| x 16 

(Howard), ^"iS i8s. 

16 Prades, A. P. de, " A Huntsman and Hounds," 21 x 14} (\'okins), 

^8 1 8s. 6d. 

17 Richardson, T. .M., 1848, " .\ Study of Phe.-:;ants," 11 x 17I (Ellis 

and Smith), ;£,"2 12s. 6d. 
8 Skill, F., " Mares and Foals," and " The Start, .Newmarket Spring 
.Meeting, 1867 " (.Amor), j^i iis. 6d. 
Stubbs, G., R..\., 1796, " Waxy " and " Voung Flora," i6i x 22 
(Huggins), £2 I2S. 6d. 

20 Tayler, F., " Coupling Hounds," 35^ x 28 (Vokins), ;^6o i8s. 

21 Tayler, F., 1871, " The Cattle Ferry," 28 x 51'- (Vokins), ^^46 4s. 
a Tayler, F., " A Hawking Parly," 2ii x 29I (Vokins), £103. 

23 Tayler, F., 1870, "On the Ptarmigan Hills." i8i x 25^ A ckins), 

;tri8 18s. 

24 Tayler, F., 1863, " Brood Mares," 20J x 28^ (Vokins), ;625 4s. 

25 Tayler, F., 1S72, "The Gamekeeper's Daughter," 29J x 20} (lolUrd), 

26 Tayler, F., 1875, " Woodland Hunting," 20J x 24^ (Vokins), £.48 6s. 

27 layler, F., " Alare and Fouls," 18^ x 26 (Vokins), ^:2i. 



134 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

38 Tayler, F., 1865, " A Huntsman Uncoupling Hounds," i8i x 27 (Amor), 

^30 gs. 

29 Tayler, F., " The Blind Piper," 21 x 16 (Tliorne), ^^39 i8s. 

30 Tayler, F., 1867. " The Leading Hound," iSJ x 24^ (Agnew), £^9 '^s. 

31 Tayler, F., " The Call to Arms," 14J x igi (Thorne), £10 los. 

32 Tayler, F., 1872, " Collecting the Game," 15 x 21J (Vokins), j^is 15s. 

33 Tayler, F., "One of Cromwell's Troopers rending his Bible," 165 x jo{ 

(Amor), j^Tig 19s. 

34 Tayler, F., " Hunting the Wild Boar," 14 x 2o| (Upperton), £8 i8s. 6d. 

35 Tayler, F., 1866, " The Fisherman's Daughter," 19I x 14! (Vo'icin*), 

jf75 I2S. 

36 Tayler, F., " Buck Shooting," 13J x 20 (de Pallant), £g gs. 

37 Tayler, F., 1862, " The Fern Gatherer," i8i x 13I (Vicars), ;^35 143 

38 Tayler, F., 1868, " Otter Hounds," :6i x 21^ (Vokins), ^^15 155. 

39 Tayler, F., 1864, " \ Cavalier," with his horse and dogs, 15^ x ii| 

(Guillet), £5 5s. 

40 Tayler, F., 1871, " After the Run," I2j x i6i (Leggatt), £jo los. 

41 Tayler, F., 1876, " Going to the Meet," 7J x 12J (Thorne), ;^27 bs. 

42 Tayler, F., 1867, " Hounds in Full Cry," 7 x 13 (Smith), £2-} 8s. 

43 Tayler, F., 1S78, " Retriever, Spaniel, and Dead Game," gi x 15 

(Hicks), £4 4s. 

44 Tayler, F., i858, " Going to the Meet," and " Returning from Hunt- 

ing," a pair, 6 x 10 (Thorne), £27 i6s. 

45 Tayler, F., i86g, " Calling Hounds out of Cover," 6J x 10 (Agnew), 

}£33 J2S. 

46 Tayler, F., " Dead Grouse, Ptarmigan and Rabbits," 13^ x ig^ (Leggatt), 

£3 3S. 

47 Tayler, F., "A Flower Girl," iii x 9 (Bar'ris), ;£r2i. 

48 Tayler, F., 1870, " A Reaper," iii x 9 (Thorne), ;^i2 12s. 

49 Tayler, F., " Watering Horses," 11 x i4i (Price), ^^7 17s. 6d. 

50 Tayler, F., " .\ Trooper," 14J x 185 (Price), £16 i6s. 

51 Tayler, F., 1869, " A Cavalier and his Horse," 14 x 10 (Gooden 

and Fox), ^3 3s. 

52 Tayler, F., 1868, " A Highland Boy and Dog," loj x 7 (Price), ;^8 Ss. 

53 Tayler, F., " Dead Pheasant and Hares," 7 x 14 (Ellis and Smitli), 

£4 4S. 

54 Tayler, F., " Puppies," loi x 8 (Price), ;£'io los. 

55 Tayler, F., 1875, "Wild Boar and Dogs," and "Otter Hounds." a 

pair, 4x6 (Price), £j2 12s. 

56 Tayler, F., 1868, " Mares and Foals in the New Forest," three in 

one frame (Price), ;£'22 is. 

57 Tayler, F., i86g, " Huntsmen on horseback," sketches (.Agnew), 

ijn lis. 

58 Tayler, F., " .\ Girl Carrying a Goat,' chalk, and " Feedin,; the 

Calves," pencil (Fenton), £3 5s. 

59 Weir, Harrison, 1884, " Wild Ducks in Winter," loj x 14 (Dudgeon), 

;^I2 IS. fid. 

6* Wells, The Misses, " Recollection of Renkioi," four in one frame (with- 
drawn). 

PICTURES. 

61 " A Mail Carl," oj x iij (Barron), ;^4. 

62 " Dead Pheasants, Woodcock and Wild Duck," 22J x 25i (Burke), 



March 12, 1910. 13^ 

63 " Mares and a Foal in a paddock," 36 K 52 (S. T. Smith). £1 153. 

64 " View of London from the river," unframed, 3s x 47 (.Le^gntt), 

£H 14s. 

65 " Gentlemen on Horseback," a skctrli, 14 x 25^ (Alexander), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

66 " Portrait of Mr. Mennell's favourite liotse and hound," unframed 

24^ X 2Qi (Cot), £i as. 

67 Agasse. J. L., " Lord Rivers coursing," 35 x 27I (Leggatt), ^£^199 los. 

68 Agasse, J. L., " A Cojntry Fair," 37 x 35 (Leggatt), £^^ 123. 

69 Aiken, H., "The Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase," 1872; "A 

Meet of Foxhounds "; and " A Tandem," three in one frame 
(Gooden and Fox), j^8l i8s. 
Tt Aiken, H., " Coai-hing Scenes," three in one frame i,Goo<Ien and Fos). 

i.:63. 

71 Barenger, J., 1809, " Lord Derby's Foxhounds," 24 x 29^ (C. Davis), 

i^no ss. 
7a Barret, G., R.A., Gilpin, S., R.A., and Reinagle, P.. R.A.. " The 

Display at the Return at Dulnon Camp," 44 x 63 (Vokins), £^j 5s. 

73 Barret, G., R.A., Gilpin, S., R.A., and Reinagle, P., R.A., •' The 

Going out from Thornton Castle," near Aviemore, in the Highlands, 
44 X 63 (Leggatt), ^£'28 7s. 

74 Barret, G., R.A., Gilpin, S., R.A., and Reinagle. P., R.A., '■ Th? 

Deer Shooters," 44 x 6j (Guillett. ^'35 14s 

75 Blake, B., 1823, " The Interior of a Kitchen," 13 i 19 (Harding), 

^'■ib I.is. 

76 Blake, B., 1825, " The Interior of a Larder," 16 x 13J (Price), £^2. 

77 Blake, B., 1830, " A Larder," with fish, dead game and vegetables, 

q X iij (Price), /^lo los. 

78 Bristow, E., 1818, " Coursing," gi x 12-J (Gooden and Fox), ;^37 i6s. 

79 Bristow, E., " The Village Smithy," 19 x 24J (.\gnew), £^^37 i6s. 

80 Bone, H. P., 1825, " Portrait of John Griffin, aged 68, for 28 years 

Keeper of East H.Tinault," 34 X 27J (Leggatt), ;^2i. 

81 Chalon, H. B., 1807, " Portrait of the Prince of Wales' ' Trafalgar,' " 

with his trainer, 27'r x 35^ (Price), £2^ 2S. 

82 CoUins, C, " Named British Birds," a set of three, 14 x 18 (Vokins), 

£^2 IS. 

83 Corvi, C. D. " Prize Cocks," a pair, 28^ x 23i (Agnesvl, ^^24 o> 

84 Crane, R., " Portrait of Mr. Batson's ' Plenipotentiary,' Winner of the 

Derby, 1834, ^^''h Patk. Connelly up," juh x 23^ (Price), ^^56 14s. 
8s Davis, R. B., " The Royal Hunt," 33 x 43 (Leggatt), ^^45 3s. 

86 Daws, F. T., 1897, " Head of a Lion," 39 x 29^ (.\mor), £t iis. 6d. 

87 Desportes, F., 1739, " .X Pug-Dog and a Bird," in a landscape, 25 x 31 

(Streletski), £^3 is. 

88 Desvignes, H., "Portrait of ' Sweetmeat,* with Jockey and Trainer," 

37 X 22 (Price), ^^8 8s. 

EAR1.V E.VGLISH SCHOOL. 

89 " Portrait of Charley Cox, Esq.," Deputy Lieutenant for the Cotirttf 

of Essex, 33 X 25 (Gooden and Fox), £42. 

90 Elmer, S., A.R..\., " Ptarmigan and Grouse," and " Snipe," a pair, 

23J X 29i (Gooden and Fox), ;^36 15s. 

91 Elmer. S., A.R.A., " A Covey of Partridges," 27! x 35I, engraved ir» 

Daniel's " Rural Sports " (Vokins), ;^43 is. 



136 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

92 Elmer, S.. A.R.A., " Partridges," 2si x 29I (S. T. Smith), ;f 10 .os. 

93 Gilpin, Sawrey, R.A., " Gulliver addressing the Houyhnhnms, supposing 

them to be conjurors," 41 x 54 (Harvey), p^Tsg 18s. 

94 Gilpin, Sawrey, R.A., " Gulliver taking his final leave of his master, 

the sorrel nag, &c." 41 x 55 (Harvey), jQ^i"? i6s. 

95 Gilpin, Sawrey, R.A., " Portrait of the Rev. John Parkhurst, of Catesby 

Abbey, Northamptonshire," 49 x 64 (Vokins), j^48 6s. 

96 Gilpin, Sawrey, R..A., " Hounds seizing a Fox," 50J x 84^ (Nevill), 

£■7 7s. 
<)7 Si 98 Gooch, T., " When a Colt Breaking "; " After running a 
Race and winning a considerable .Sweepstake "; " As a Hunter 
going out to the Chase "; and " His Dissolution," a set of four, 
oval, J4J X 17I, and " When a Foal with his Dam," and " As a 
Post-chaise Horse on a Road," a pair, oval, J4 x lyi (VaKins), 

99 Henderson, C. Cooper, " The London and Falmouth Coach," i6lt x 26^ 

(Banks), jQ^i 8s. 
10c Henderson, C. Cooper, " The Royal Mail," London to Hull, 12.! < 23^ 

(Banks), ^79 i6s. 
loi Henderson, C. Cooper, " Tine Tandem," 125 x 23 J (Price), ;£r44 .•$ 

102 Herring, J. F., Sen., i860, " The Road anterior to rails," 35.^ x. 51J 

(Leggatt), £&i, 2s. 

103 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1844, " The Interior of a .Stable," ■\y\ x 51 

(Vic.^rs), jQ6s, 2s. 

104 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1855, '' l\ \\'hite Horse and Do^s," 13?, a. 17J 

(Leggatt), ;£54 12s. 

105 Herring, J. F,, Sen., 1834, "Fox Hunting: Hounds in full cry," 

i3i '^ S'i (Fores), ;^283 10s. 
jc6 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1862, " Ducks and Ducklings," and " Poultry," 

a pair, oj x 115 (Jones), ;^23 2s. 
ioj Herring, J. F., Sen., i860, " Two Hounds," 04 x uj (Lej^gatt), 

;^n IIS. 
108 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1851. " Charley and Jimmy," gj ai 12^ (Cu'-nick), 

£h 5s- 
309 Hunt, Walter, 1888, " To the Rescue," a;.d " Rescued," a pair, 

10 X 17 (Vicars), £^\ lu.s. 
jio Hunt, Walter, 1884, " .\ Promising Litter," iji x 134 (Cradock), 

;^30 gs. 

111 Kauffman, A., R.A., "Cupid Bound," 25 in. circular (C. l>avis;, 

112 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Highland Breakfast," 12J x 16* (Curnick), 

;f22 IS. 

1T3 Mans, F. H., " A Town on a frozen river," Signed and date<t 1670, 

23 X 32i (Price), £'i^ 18s. 
J 14 Miirshall, lien, 1804, "' Bwkelt House, Shrivenham, Berks," 2'f-i ^ 49 

(Agnew), £n los. 
IJ5 Marshall, Ben, 1804, " Portrait of a Grey Horse," 39^ s 49 ('^/(^new), 

;^94 los. 

116 Marshall, Ben, "The Sportsman: Portrait of Thomas Gosden, lisq.," 

the landscape painted by Luke Clennell, and the engraving by 
J. Maile, 35 x 27 (Vokins), £f>,i,. 

117 Marshall, Ben, "A First-rate Shot: Portrait of George Osbnideslon, 

Ksiq.," 37I X 20I (Fores), £<>% 55. 



March 12, 1910. 137 

118 .\lnr<;hall, Ben, 1800, " Porlrait of ' Phosphorus,' by Fi!clipsc, out of a 

Heriod marc," 33 x 39 (Vokins), £20. 

119 Marshall, Ben, " Portrait of ' Archibald,' with a groom," 25 s 30 

(W. Sabin), ;£^3i los. 

120 Marshall, Ben, " Water Dogs," 31^ x 35^ (Vokins), ;£?!) ns. 

121 Marshall, Ben, " Portraits of two Fighting Cocks," a pair, 19! x 14J 

(Agnev.-), i;34 13s. 
12a Martin, Anthony, A.. " A Cart Horse in a stable, with two terriers," 
JO in. circular (Guillet), ;^3 3s. 

123 " Fex Hunting: Going to the Covert, and the Dfatli," a pair, 11 x 14J 

(Agnew), ^'63. 

124 Philips, C, 1759, " Portraits of a Lady and a Gentleman," with their 

horses and grooms, a pair, iSJ x 23^ (Parsons), jQic, 15s. 

125 I'olLird, J., 1837, " Mail Coaches for the North leaving the ' Angel ' 

at Islington," 40^- x 57J (Agnew), ;£'i52 5s. 

126 Pollard, J., 1830, " Old Smithfield Market," 17 x 25^ (Goodeii and 

Fox), ;^47 5s. 

127 Ucinagle, R. R., R.A., 1815, " Portrait of a Spaniel," 39J x 49 

(Vokins), ;^I9 :9s. 

128 Reinagle, R. R., R.A. (1842), " Early Morning in the Nunnery, 

Cumberland "; and " Up Cnmpsie Glen," a pair, 17J x 13^ (Dav), 
^6 6s. 

129 Sarlorius, F., " .\ Race Over the Beacon Course, at N'ewmarket, 

20th April, 1767," 49 N 75i (Fores), £iJ^. 
330 Sartorius, F. (1794), " Portrait of Lord Grosvenor's ' Guy,' with jockey 
up," 26 X 34J (Theobald), .^14 14s. 

131 Sartorius, J. N., 1821, " Coursing," 17J x 23J (Gooden and Fox), 

£il i6s. 

132 Sartorius, J. N., " The I^enth of the I'"ox," 37 x 47 (Leggatt), £2^'^. 

133 Sartorius, J. NT., " Mr. Durand's ' Bellissima,' at Oxford, for the Gold 

Cup, July, 1799," 18J x 245 (Curnick"), £2(1 5s. 

134 Sartorius. J. N., " Two Hunters," with a groom and a dog, 27^ x 33} 

(Leggatt), ;^i5 15s. 

135 Sartorius, " Landscape," with sportsman, setters and pheasants, 

i^i X 23I (Curnick), £1^ iss. 

136 Scott, S., " A'iew of Westminster Bridge," and " Old London Bridge," 

a pair, 19J x 44 (Smith), ;^i68. 

137 Seymour, J. (1751), " Hounds going into Covert," and " Hounds in 

full cry." a pair, 24I x 40 (Leggatt). JC75 12s. 

338 Seymour, J. (1752), " Portrait of the Duke of Somerset's ' Young 

Pretender,' with jockey up," 27I x 35J (H. Richardson), £(> i6s. 6d. 

139 Seymour, J. (1747), " .\ Pointer and a Hare," 24^ x 35-V (Muir), 

£^ 17s- 6d. 

140 Seymour, J., " .\ Bay Horse," with a groom and a dog in a park, 

20 X 24J (Muir), £q 9s. 

141 Seymour, J., " Early English Stag-hunting." 30 x 49 (Vokins), 

£^f> 4s • 

142 Seymour, J., and Zoffany, J., R.A., " Portrait of the grey horse 

' Palfy,' " 49 i 39 (Leggatt), £■; 7s. 

143 Shayer, W., Sen., " Returning from Market," 27} x 355 (C. f)avis), 

;^199 lOS. 

144 Shaver, W., Sen., " Tlie Ploughman's Dinn' r-honr." 29 x 24I (Vokins), 

£hi- 



138 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

145 Stuart, Gilbert, " Portrait of Benjamin West, P.R.A.," 35 x 27 (T. 

Permain), ^84. 

146 Stubbs. G., R.A., 1786, " The Farmer's Wife and the Raven," 26 x 37^ 

(Vokins), ;^39 i8s. 

147 Stubbs, G., R..\., " A Zebra standing in a wood," 395 x 49J (Agnew), 

£'25 4S- 

148 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1770, " A Lion .\ttacking a Horse," j8 x 49 

(GuiUet), j£,"23 2S. 

149 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1770, " A Horse Frightened by a Lion," 39 x 49 

(Wallis), ^22 IS. 

150 Stubbs, G., R.A., "Portrait of ' Molly Long-legs,' with a groom," 

38 s 49 (Vokins), £25 4s 

151 Stubbs, G., R.A., " A Horse, belonging to the Rt. Hon. the Lord 

Grosvenor, called ' Bandy,' " 39 x 49 (Leggatt), ^^13 13s. 
153 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1772, " An Old English Pointer," igj x 27 (Collings), 
£:n IIS. 

153 Stubbs, G., R.A., " Portrait of a Racehorse, with a jockey up," 24 x 29 

(Muir), £4 14s. 6d. 

154 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1779 " A Lion and a dead Tiger," on a Wedgwood 

plaque, 17 x 235 (Spencer), £^ 5s. 

155 Stubbs, G., R.A. (after), "A Portrait Group: Lady Melbourne, Lord 

Melbourne, Sir Ralph Milbanke and Mr. John Milbanke with their 
hunters," signed and dated J. Best, 1770, 39 x 59 (Hughes), £63. 

156 Towne, C, " Portrait of Lord Grosvenor's ' Rhadamanthus ' " (winner 

of the Derby 1790), 49 x 58-2- (Muir), ;^i6 i6s. 

157 Turner, D., " The Adelphi Terrace and Water Gate," 27J x 35J 

(Smith), £y2 los. 

158 Turner, W. (of Oxford), " A Distant View of the River Severn," 

41I X 65I (Agnew), ^£'31 los. 

159 Turner, W. H. M., 1858, " Lincoln Horse Fair," 14^ x 24^ (Curnick), 

£22 2S. 

160 Turner, W. H. M., 1865, " An Irish Horse Fair," iif x igf (Guillet), 

;^12 I2S. 

161 Vernet, H., " Portrait of Marshal Bluchcr's Charger," 24-5 x 29^ 

(Guillet), £6 i6s. 6d. 

162 Ward, J., R..\., " Tlie Red I^ion, Paddington, as it was in 1790," 

'"i ^ 23i (Sabin), ^^71 8s. 

163 Ward, J., R.A., 1838. " Worn Out," 16* x 2o| (Robinson and Wilde), 

£6 16s. 6d. 



March 14, 1910. 139 



March 14, 1910. Second Day's Sale. 



DRAWINGS. 

165 Aiken, H., " Pheasant Shooting and Partridge Shooting," a set of 

three, 9 t ii^ (Pollard), £2$ ys. 
i6t) Aiken, H., " Horses in a Stable," gi x 14^ (Tooth), j^'iy 17s. 
107 Aiken, H., " A Poinlcr and a Seller," Si x ij* (.Pollard), j^'c* C*^- 

168 Aiken, H., " Symptoms," pencil, three in one frame, (Price), j^jo los. 

169 Aiken, H., "A Star Gazer"; "Drawing Water," etc., pencil, three 

in one frame (Price), ;£rii iis. 

170 Aiken, H., '• .\ Turn-up with lliu lads of the village," etc., pjacil, 

three in one frame (Price), ;£j"i2 12s. 

171 Aiken, H., " f-Iold hard, Captain," etc., pencil, three in one frame 

(IVice), ;£,"ii IIS. 

172 Aiken, H., " Show more Courage "; " liy Poverty never Depressed," 

etc., pencil, three in one frame (Price), J^io 10=. 

173 Aiken, H., " Lovely, but unloving Creature," etc., pencil, (Price), 

j^ii OS. 6d. 

174 Aiken, H., " Perfectly Satisfied "; " Huntsmen and Hounds," etc.. 

pencil, (Spencer), ;^"6 i6s. 6d. 
17s Gilpin, Sawrey, R..'\., " Coursing," 16 x 26i (Muir), £14 14s. 
I7t) Henderson. C. Cooper, " Diligences on the Koad," 14 x zoi (.Banks), 

£68 5S. 
177 Henderson, C. Cooper, " ."V French Diligence in the Snow," 10 i 14^ 

iBanks), £^8 6^. 
I'/h Henderson, C. Cooper, " Travelling in France," gi :i 13J (Banks), 

£ii 10s. 
179 Henderson, C. Cooper, " Returning from the Fight," 8 x 15 (Banks). 

^771 8s. 
i&o Henderson, C. Cooper, " .\ Cavalry Engagement," 8 x. 14^ (Vokins) 

.£■33 i-'s. 
iBi Henderson, C. Cooper, " Post Horses," lo^ x 14^ (Banks), £44 2S. 
ib2 Henderson, C. Cooper, " Going to the Races," 9 x 145 (B.^r.ks), 

iJsS i6s. 

183 Henderson, C. Cooper, " .V French Diligence," and " A French 

Carriage," a pair, 6J x lo:} (Vokins), £;i2 iis. 

184 Henderson, C. Cooper, " .\ Diligence About to Start," 7 x loj (Banks), 

185 Henderson, C. Cooper, " Hunting Scenes," a pair, 61 x 7i (Banks). 

£52 I OS. 

186 Henderson, C. Cooper, " Views in a French Town," .1 p.iir, 8i x 6 

(Banivs), jf44 2S. 

187 Henderson, C. Cooper, " The Timber Waggon," 8 x ij (Banks), 

£3^ lOS. 

188 Henderson, C. Cooper, " Coaching," 7^ x iii (Banks), £44 2s. 

189 Henderson, C. Cooper, " Pursued," 11 x 17^ (Banks). ;^'54 12s. 

190 Henderson, C. Cooper, " An Old Carriage," qj x iji (Vokins). 

j£7u OS. 6d. 



140 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



:ci Henderson, C. Cooper, " A French Mail Coach," y'h s io| (Banks), 

192 Henderson, C. Cooper, " A French Waggon," 7 x iij (B;!nks), ^44 2s. 
393 Henderson, C. Cooper, " Calais Fisherwomen "; and " Peasants," and 

" A Diligence " (two in one frame), (Vokins), ;^I2 12s. 
-.94 Rowlandscn, T., " Skittles," 7I x iij (Vokins), ;^12 is. 6d. 
395 Rowlandson, T. (1797), " The Old Cock Pit, Westminster," 8 s joj 

(Pollard), ;^23 2S. 



OLD .SPORTING PRINTS. 

196 " Race over the Beacon Course "; " Portraits of Gimcracli and 
Antinous," after Sartorius; and " North Star beating Carbineer " 
(Pilcher), £2 55. 

igy " Hunting and Shooting Subjects," after Seymour and Sartorios (5); 
" Caveat Emptor," and " Portrait of Brilliant " (Vokins), ^^s Ss 

198 " Portraits of Trentham," after Stubbs; and " Jason," alter N. Hone, 

coloured (Vokins), ;^5 5s. 

199 " Portraits of Diamond and Tantrum," after Sartorius; and ajiother 

(Rimell), ^3 3S. 
:;oo " Firctail," after Sartorius; and " liarbarossa," alter Chalon, by W. 

Ward, proofs before any letters (Sabin), ;£'i2 12s. 
201 " Jopiter," after Gilpin, by W. Ward, proof; and "Potato," after 

the same, by Hodges (Pollard), ^r? 17s. 6d. 
a02 Portraits of "Soldier," after Garrad ; " Hambletonian," after Sartorius; 

and " Bobtail," by J. Whessell (Leggatt), £2 2s. 
iiC3 " Rosette," after Amicus, by W. Ward, proof before any letters; 

" Amusant," after Chalon, by the same; and " Copenfiagsn," by 

W. Say, proof (Sabin), ^^13 13s. 
304 "Adonis and Bungay," after B. Marshall, by Townley ; "Oscar and 

Lop," after the same, by Whessell, proofs (Leggatt), ;£4 4s. 
205 "Hunters at Grass," after 6. Marshall, by W. Ward; and " I'ortrait 

of the greyhound, Snowball," alter Chalon, by the same, pnxjt 

(Fores), ^^30 gs. 
ao6 Portraits of " Grey Diomed," after .Sartorius, by R. Dodd ; and 

" Orviile,'' after Chalon, by W. Ward. (Price), .:£23 2s. 

207 Portraits of " Hap-Hazard " and " Muley Moloch," afier B. Marshall, by 

Cooke, proofs, (Price), ^Cjfi 17s. 

208 "Traveller beating Meteor," and "Grey Diomed beating 'Iraveller," 

after Sartorius, by Edy; " tipsom and Ascot Races,' Dy and after 
the same (Sabin), ;£jii us. 
509 " Preparing 10 Start," and " Coming-in," after Agasse, by C Tuimer 
(Fores i. ^^35 14E. 

210 "Match between Hambletonian and Dramond," after J. N. .Sartorius, 

by Whessell (Vokins), ;£,4 4s. 

211 Portraits ol " Wellesley Arabian," after .'\gasse, proot before any 

letters; and " Difk Andrews," by J. Whessell (F. Daniell), ;£,14 14s. 
2)2 " Hunting Subjects," after J. Seymour, by Burford, a set of .six 
(Leggatt), jCf. 8s. 

213 •■ The Bibury Club Races, 1801," aftir Cnalon, by C. Turner [Forss), 

£3A »3s- 

214 "Snipe, Pheasants, 1 iick Shooting, ana Coursing," after Modand; 

i.nd " Pheasant Shooting," after Jbbetson (Mnggs), ^£^34 J3S. 



March 14, 1910. X41 

215 " Hunting Subjects," after Dean W'olslenholnic, by Reeve, a set of 

four (Maggs), ^732 lis. 

216 " Fowling and Fox Hunting," after Reinagle, by W. Barney, a pair, 

(Fores), £(> 6s. 

217 " Red Game, and Black Game," after Elmere, by C. Turner, a pair; 

■' Mail Conch, and Stage Waggon," after Agasse, a pair 
(Vokins), £6 i6s. 6d. 
2)8 " The Pointer and The Spaniel," by J. Scott, proofs; " French Pointer," 
by F. Gamble, proof; and " Harriers," by W. Levey (Vokinsl^ ;^5 5s. 

219 " Portrait of Shot," after J. S. Cooper, by C. Turner; and " A Water 

Spaniel," after Barrett, by J. Watson, proof (Agnew), ;^8 8s. 

220 " Thomas Oldacre," after B. Marshall, by C. Turner, proof before anr 

letters (Ellis and Smith), ^£'43 is. 

221 " The Duke of Hamilton and Brandon," after Garrard, by W. Ward 

(A. Davis), ^8 8s. 

222 " Philip Payne," after Devis, by C. Turner; " .\ Hunting Subject," 

after Sartorius, by Peltro, proof; and " Shooting," after the same, 
by S. W. Reynolds (Vokin.'s), £5 55. 

223 " Mr. Thomas Rounding," after .A. Cooper, by \V. Ward, proof before 

all letters; and "John Chapman," after Sir F. Grant (Sabin), 
£7 7S- 

224 " John Cotes, Esq., M.P.," and " Thomas William Coke, Esq.. M.P.," 

after Weaver, by W. Ward, a pair (Davis), £y 7s. 

225 " John Warde, Esq., with Blue Ruin," after Barraud, by Lupton, 

proof; and " Fleur-de-lis," after A. Cooper, by the same, proof 
(Sabin), ^11 iis. 

226 " Mr. Worby," after A. Cooper, by Harris; " George Baker. Esq.,"' 

after Hancock; and another, proofs (Vokins), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

227 " Francis Dukinfield Astley and his harriers," after B. Marshall, 

proof; and " The Earl of Darlington and his Fox-hounds," after 
the same (Fores), j£.ii os. 6d. 

228 " Francis Const, Esq.," whole length. on horseback, after B. 

Marshall, by C. Turner (Ellis and Smith), £^o 19s. 

229 " Famous Racehorses," after Seymour, by R. Parr; a series of seven- 

teen (Eyles), ;^io los. 

230 "The Fox Chace," after W. Ellis, by Pollard; "Haphazard," after 

T. Hilton, by J. Whessell ; and another (Leggott), ;^4 4s. 

231 " Two of His Majesty's State Horses," after H. B. Chalon, by W. 

Ward, proof before letters (Sabin), ;^2S 4s. 

232 " Horses fighting," after Stubbs, by G. T. Stubbs, proof before all 

letters (Thomson), ^5 153. 6d. 

233 " Lioness and Whelps," after Northcote, by R. Earlom; and " Lioness 

and Whelps in the Tower of London," after J. Graham (Allen), 
£2 125. 6d. 

234 " Eagle and Dead Lamb," after Northcote, by S. W. Reynolds, proof; 

and " Studies from Nature," by J. Ward (Pilcher), £1 los. 
23s " Labourers," after Stubbs, by H. Birche; and " Bulls fighting," after 
the same, by G. T. Stubbs, in colours, unframed (Rimell), £b 6s. 

236 " Passengers going to Bury Fair "; and three others (Leggatt), £21. 

237 " Sporting Subjects and Dogs," by Engleheart, Webb, etc. (twelve in 

four frames) (Burke), £^ 4s. 

238 " A Shooting Pony," after A. Cooper, by W. Giller; " Horses," by and 

after the same; the "Queen of Swords," after Orchardson; and 
three others (Amor), £1 iis 6d 



M2 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

S3f "Crib and Rosa," after A. Cooper, by J. Scott; "Puncher," by and 
after the same; " Pointer and Hare," after G. Morland, by Scott; 
and another, after the same, by G Graham (Legg: tt), y^i 3;, 

240 "The Bird's Nest," after Huck, by V. Green; "Prince Adolphus and 

Field-Marshal Freytag," after Brown, by S. W. Reynolds; and "The 
Battle of the Boyne," after West, by J. Hall (Barnard), ;^s 15s. 6d. 

241 "Alexander Sinclair Gordon," after Devis, by A. Garden; " Thos. W. 

Coke," after Reinagle, by E. Scriven; and three others (Rimell), 
;^3 3S 
342 "Colonel Mordaunt's Cock Match," after Zoffany, by Earlom ; 
" Meleager and Atalanta," after Rubens, by the same; and anothoi- 
(Barker), jCi 13s. 6d. 

243 " The Death of the Fox," after Seymour, by Roberts; " Coursing," 

after Hearne, by Byrne; and four others (Vokins), ;^3 13s. fid. 

244 " Match'em and Trajan Running at Newmarket," after T. Smith, by 

W. Elliott; "Jacob Bates," by and after Nusbiegel ; "The Cullen 
Arabian," by W. Elliott; and two others (George), £6 6s. 

245 " Old Views of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane," and " Fish Street 

Hill, with the Monument " (Isaacs), £s 5s. 

246 " Old Smithfield Market," after Agasse, by Lewis, proof; and " A 

Country Race Course," after \V. Mason (Vokins), £y 7s. 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

247 " Rustic Felicity," after and by J. Ward; and "The Amorous Sports- 

man," after Wheatley, by Hodges, proof printed on satin (Leggatt), 

£9 gs. 

248 " March," " April," " May," " July," " September," and " October," 

after R. Dighton, published by Carington Bowles (Pollard), £2-^ ts 

249 " Griet," and " The Miller Making Love," published by R. Tollard 

(Leggatt), £6 6s. 

250 " Industry and Economy," after Singleton, by W. Ward, open letter 

proof (Vokins), £3 13s. 6d. 

251 " Interior of a Cottage," after Gainsborough,, by C. Turner (F. Danioll), 

.£14 MS- 

252 " .^ School," anil " A Winter's Tale," after Opie, by V. Green, 1 

pair (Amor), £iy 17s. 

253 " The Village Ghost," after .Singleton, by R. Laurie, and " The 

West End of the Town," after the same, by Pollard (Rimell), £$ 5s. 

254 " A Brewhouse Yard," after Garrard, by R. Earlom, proof before 

letters (Davis), £3 3s. 
25s " 'View of the Brewery, Chiswell Street," after the same, by W. Ward 
(Davis), £2 2s. 

256 " Red Lion Brewhouse, Smithfield," after Dean Wolstenholnio, by 

S. W. Reynolds, open letter proof (Davis), £3 3s. 

257 " View of the Golden Lane Genuine Brewery," after the same, by 

Barnard, open letter proof (Dnvis), £6 6s. 

258 " Interior of the Pantheon," and " The Royal Academy, 1772," .ifter 

Brandoin, by R. Earlom, proofs before letters (Leggatt), £7 7s. 

259 " The Royal Review at Halfield, June 13, 1800," after Livesny, by 

J. C. Stadler, and " Meux's Brewery," in colours (H.irvey), 
£6 16s. 6d. 

260 " George III. Reviewing the lolh Dragoon Guards," after Sir W. 

Beechey, R.A., by J. Ward, proof before any letters (S'okins), 
£37 6s. 



mith, by 


J. R. Smith and W. Ward, 


House," 


by and after J. R. Smith 


, by W, 


Wnrd, etched letter proof 


Citizen's 


Retreat," after J. Ward, by 



March 14, 1910. 143 

261 " Life School at the Royal Academy," after Zoflany, by R. tarlom 

(Leggatt), ^i js. 
a6a " Marriage *i-la-Mode," after Hogarth, by R. Earlom, the set of six 
(Isaacs), £6 6s. 

263 " The Death of the Robin," and " Robin's Interment," after Paye, 

by P. Da we, a pair (Vokins) j^'ii iis. 

264 " Lady and Children Relieving a Cottager," after Bigg, by J. R. 

Smith, etched letter proof (Pollard), j^ig 19s. 
2(.5 " The Strayed Child," and " The Child Restored," after J. W'jrd, 
by B. Pym, a pair (Isaacs), ^12 12s. 

266 " The Romps," and " The Truants," after Bigg, by W. Ward, a 

pair (Amor), £27 6s. 

267 " The Gamesters," and " The Fortune Teller," after Peters, by W. 

Ward, a pair (Agnew), £42. 

268 " A Visit to the Grandfather," and " A Visit to the Grandmother," 

after Northcotc and J. li. Sr 
a pair (.^nior), ^21. 
2(39 " The Promenade at Carlisle 
(W. Sabin), ^46 4s. 

270 " Haymakers," after J. Ward, 

(F. Daniel!), ^:28 7s. 

271 " Selling Rabbits," and " The 1 

W. Ward, a pair (Maggs), £26 5s. 

272 " The Cunning Gipsy," after J. Ward, by W. .-^nnis (Barnard), £^ 4s. 

273 " A Livery Stable," by and after J. Ward (Fores), ;^I2 12s. 

274 " A Farmyaid," and " The Market Cart," after Wheatley, by R. 

Earlom, proofs before letters (Pollard), ^^73 los. 

275 " Repairing to Market," " .\t Market," " Coming from Market," 

and " Returned from Market," after Wheatley, by W. ."^nnis, the 
set of four, open letter proofs (Pollard), .^£152 5s. 

276 " The Disaster," after Wheatley, by W. Ward, open letter proof (Ellis 

and Smith), ^£^28 7s. 

277 " The Cries of London," after F. Wheatley, R.A., by Schiavonetti, 

Vendramini, and others, the set of thirteen (Amor), ^-^i 8s. 

AFTER G. MORLAND. 

278 " Suspense," by W. Ward (Bruzand), :£a8 18s. 

279 " The Coquette at her Toilette," and " Domestic Happiness," by 

W. Ward, a pair (Vaughan), £48 6s. 
2S0 " Louisa," stipple by T. Gaugain, a pair, in bistro (.Agneu I. £8 8s. 

281 " St. James' Park," and " .\ Tea Garden," siipple by F. D. Soiron, 

a pair (Davis), ^£^23 2S. 

282 " Watering the Cart Horse," and " Rubbing Down the Post Horse," 

by J. R. Smith, a pair, printed in colours (Banks), £2° 9^- 

283 " .'\ Bear Hunt," by S. W. Reynolds, and another (Harvey ). £2 12s. 6d 

284 " Evening," aquatint bv S. .-Mken, and " A Market Cart." in colours 

(Pilrher), ^3 3s- 

285 "Travellers," by W . Ward (W. Sabin), ^74 4s. 

286 "Smugglers," by J. Ward, open letter proof (Sinclair), £- 7s. 

287 " The Public House Door," by W. Ward, open letter proof (Sinclair), 

iJi.S 15s. 

288 " A Sandstorm," by S. \A'. Reynolds (Fores), £^ 5s. 

389 " Girl and Pigs," and " Girl and Calves," by W. Ward, a pair (Peters), 
£3 3S. 



144 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

2Q0 " The Kennel," by S. W. Reynolds, and " Boys Bathing," by E. Scott 

(Fores), £^ 4>. 

291 " Gipsies," by W. Ward, and " Rabbits," by J. R. Smith (Wilson', 

j£j2 I2S. 6d. 

292 " The Cottage Fireside " by W. Barnard (Linde), jC- 5S- 

293 " The Country Stable," by W. Ward (Linde), £^ 14s. 6d. 

294 " Bathing Horses," by W. Ward, engraver's proof (Leggatt), £6 i6s. 6d. 



March 15, 1910. 14c 



March 15, 1910. Third Day's Sale. 



MODERN ENGRAVINGS. 

Unframed. 

29s " Mrs. Cuthbert," after Sir T. Lawrence, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof 
(Amor), ;£'20 gs. 6d. 

296 " Mrs. Gregory," after Sir H. Raeburn, by the same, artist's proof 

(.\gne\v), ^11 IIS. 

297 " Mrs. Glyn," after G. Romney, by the same, artist's proof (Miss 

Glyn), £6 6s. 

298 " The Duchess of Gordon," after and by the same, presentation prooi 

(withdrawn). 

299 " Miss Judith Beresford," after Hoppner, by the same, artist's proof 

(Vokins), £6 6s. 
joo " The Duel," after Rosa Bonheur, by the same, artist's proof (Abbott), 
£2, 13s. 6d. 

301 " The Godolphin .Arabian," after Sir E. Landseer, by the same, 

artist's proof, selected by the engraver (Pilcher), £2 2s. 

302 .Another of the same, artist's proof (Burke), £2 2s. 

303 " The Frankland Children," after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, 

artist's proof (Agnew), ^21. 

304 & 305 " Lady Falmerston," after Sir T. Lawrence, by VVehrschmidt, 

artist's proof, and " Elsenham Paddocks," after C. W. Ellis; and 
" Louisa," after G. Morland, by M. Cormack ; and "The Duke 
of Westminster," after Sir J. Millais, by T. O. Barlow, artist's 
proof, framed (.Amor), £1 lis. 6d. 

OLD ENGRAVINGS. 
Pratned. 

306 " William III.," after Sir G. Kneller, proof before any letters; another 

of the same, with title " Duke of Schomberg," " Don Balthazar 
Carlos," after Velasquez, by Earlom, and two others (Pollard), 
£6 6s. 

307 " Charles I.," after David, " Oliver Cromwell," " Queen .Anne," by 

Harding, and four others (Eyles), £& 8s. 

308 " The Earl of Essex," and " The Earl of Northumberland," by W. 

Hollar; and "Sir Thos. Fairfax," after Bowers, by W. Marshall 
(Sabin), .£12 is. 6d. 

309 " Oliver Cromwell," after Vandyck, by Lombart; " Charles I.," after 

the same, by R. Strange; and " Francisca de Moncado," after the 
same, by R. Morghen (Hill), £g 19s. 6d. 

310 " William, Duke of Cumberland," after J. Wootton, by B. Baron. 

" Prince of Orange," after De Hooge, 
IIL," and another ( ), ^3 3s. 

311 "Sir John Ligonier," after Fournier, by P. 

Porrocel, by J. G. Wille; "Charles I.. 
(Rimell), £^ 4s. 



by M. 


Doornick 


; " 


William 


Tange; 


" Louis 


XV 


.," after 


' after 


David ; 


and 


anothei 



146 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

312 "Dressing for the Masquerade," after Morland, by Bartoloti; "Children 
with Mouse-trap," and companion, after Hamilton, by the same; 
and " Angelica Kauffman," by Morace (Mrs. Hill), ;^3 3s. 

313 " Madame Vestris," by S. \V. Reynolds; '' The Misers," after Q. Matsys, 

and four others (Vokins), j^6 6s. 

314 " The Earls of Arundel and Pembroke," and the " Countesses," a 

series of twelve plates (half-length), after Vandyck, by P. Lonibart 
(Isaacs), j^8 iSs. 6d. 

ALBERT DURER. 

315 " The Great War Horse " (Obach), j^'iy 17s. 

316 " The Little War Horse " (Maggs), ;£'i6 i6s. 

317 " The Lady on Horseback and the Lansquenet " (Ellis), £^ 14s. 6d. 

318 " The Little Courier " (W. Sabin), ;^5 155. 6d. 

319 " St. George on Horseback " (Camm), £n 14s. 6d. 

320 " The Coat of Arms with the Cock " (Obach), j£'23 2s. 

321 " St. Hubert " (De Rumaix), ^£'46 4s. 

ENGR.-WINGS OF THE EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

322 " Innocence and the Old Beau," by and after J. R. Smith (Mrs. Hill), 

£2 2S. 

323 " Belinda," after Peters, by R. Dunkarton (Parsons), £S 8s. 

324 " The Oyster Girl," after Huck, by J. Young (Vokins), ;^4 4s. 

325 " A Shepherdess," after Hoppner, by J. Dean (Vokins), yC.y 17s. 6d. 

326 " Betty," after Falconet, by J. Dixon (Savile), ^£72. 

327 " Children Feeding Fowls," and the companion, after Hamilton, by 

C. Knight, and " Black, Brown and Fair," by J. R. Smith 
(Vokins), £i2 is. 6d. 

328 " The Lost Child," after Cosse, by M. Place (D. L. Isaacs), £.1 js 

329 " Winter Amusement," and " Summer Amusement," after W. Hamilton, 

by T. Gaugain, and " Winter," after F. Wheatley, by Bartolozzi 
(Vokins), £n 14s. 

330 " Children and Rabbits," and " Children and Pigeons," after the 

same, by J. Barney, a pair, open letter proofs (Pollard), ;^i4 14s. 

331 " The Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 1787," after Ramberg, by 

Martini, and the " Exterior of Westminster Abbey," after Stadler, 
proof before letters (Pollard), .£11 us. 

332 " .\n Airing in Hyde Park," and " Promenade in St. James' Park," 

after E. Dayes, by Soiron and Gaugain, a pair (Sabin), j£j26 js. 

333 " Saturday Morning," after Bigg, by T. Burke (Gooden and Fox), 

334 " .Saturday Evening," and " .Sunday Morning," after Bigg, by W. 

Nutter, a pair, proofs before letters (Tapp), ;£'i8 i8s. 

335 "A Shipwrecked Sailor Boy," and "The Sailor Boy's Return,' after 

Bigg, by T. Gaugain, a pair (Savill), /^y 17s. 6d. 

336 " The Collage Breakfast," and " The Cottage Supper," after Bigg, 

by J. Ogborne, a pair, open letter proofs (Pollard), ^£^19 19s. 

337 " Morning," " Noon," " Evening," and " Night," after W. Hamilton, 

R.A., by P. W. Tomkins, a set of four (Vaughan), £36 15s. 

338 " The Months," after W. Hamilton, R.A., by Bartolozzi and Gardiner, 

the set of twelve, ovals, mostly proofs (Maggs), ;^73 los. 



March 15, 1910. 147 

339 " January." and " Noveraber," after and by the same, open letter 

proofs in bistre (Savill), ;£'i6 i6s. 

MEZZOTINT AND STIPPLE PORTRAITS. 

340 " General Washington," after Trumbull, by T. Cheesman, and " King 

George III.," after Beechey, by B. Smith (Vokins), jCa 4S- 

341 " John Gray," after Raeburn, by G. Dawe (Sabin), ;^2i. 

342 " Frederic Prince of Wales," after Dandridge, by Faber, and " The 

Duke of Cumberland " (Parker), ;£.2 12s. 6d. 

343 " James Duke of Monmouth," after Netscher, by VV. Baillie (Breun), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

344 " Sir David Baird," after Raeburn, by T. Hodges, open letter f.Toof 

(Davis), ;^I5 155. 

345 " Samuel Athawes," by :ind after J. R. Smith, and " Stephen Hemsted," 

after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward, proof (Vokins), £21. 

346 " Sir John Leicester," after Reynolds and Northcote, by S. W. 

Reynolds (Bleakley), :^9 19s. 6d. 

347 " Count Platoff," after Phillips and J. Ward, by W. Ward, .-"nd 

" Colonel Herries," after Bigg, by the same (Agnew), ;^8 8s. 

348 " The Prince Regent," after Phillips, by W. Ward, and " The 

Marquis of Anglesea," after Aiken, by H. Meyer, proofs (Pollard), ^,'21. 

349 " King George III.," after Northcote, by S. W. Reynolds, proof 

(.Agnew), £2 I2S. 6d. 

350 " George, Prince of Wales," after Gainsborough, by J. R. Smith 

(Davis), £2 12s. 6d. 

351 " King George III. reviewing the Dragoon Guards," after Beechey, 

by J. Ward (Davis), ^^4 14s. 6d. 

352 " King George III. leaving Windsor," after Davis, by C. Turner, 

proof (Pollard), ;^3i los. 

353 " George, Prince of Wales," whole length, with charger, by and after 

J. R. Smith (F. Daniell), £^ 4s. 

354 " George, Prince of W.ales," after Harlow, by W. Ward (Rimell), 

;^3 13s. 6d. 

355 " Viscount Combermere," after T. Heaphy, by C. Turner, engraver's 

proof (Davis), ^^12 12s. 

356 " The Prince Regent," after J. Copley, R..^., by C. Turner, open 

letter proof (Agnew), £4 14s. 6d. 

357 " nie Earl of .Ancrum," after Gilpin and Cosway, by J. Dixon 

(Amor), ;^io los. 

358 " Napoleon Bounap.irte on horseback," after Norlli, by .S. W. Reynolds 

(Vokins), £b 6s. 

359 " Prince Blucher of Wahlstadt," after Back, by C. Turner (.Agnew), 

;^i4 14s. 
3fio " i:iizabeth. Duchess of Hamilton," after C. Read, by J. Finlayson, 
and " A Lady with n Musical Instrument," proof before all letters 
(\'okins), .;^I9 iqs. 

361 " Miss N.Tncy Parsons," after Reynold, by Housman (Parsons\ 

.1^8 iSs. 6d. 

362 " Queen Charlotte with the Prince of Wales as Cupid," after A. 

KaufTman, by T. Burke, first state (Pilcher), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

363 " William Innes— To the Society of Golfers at Blackheath," after 

L. F. Abbott, by V. Green (Pollard), ;^36 i.qs. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



364 " General Green," after Peel, whole-length, bj' V. Green, first state 

(Sabin), jQt,! i6s. 

365 " Geerge, Prince of Wales," after Gainsborough, by J. R. Smith, 

first state (Agnew), £iy 6s. 6d- 

366 " Colonel St. Leger," after Gainsborough, by G. Dupont, first state 

(Ellis and Smith), :^22 is. 

367 " Mrs. Cosway," after Maria Cosway, by V. Green ( ), ^^s, 14s. 

36S " Miss Anne Brown," after Peters, by J. R. Smith, first state (Breun), 

£9 OS. 

369 " Portrait of a Lady," after H. Thompson, whole-length, by W. Say, 

open letter proof (Lauser), :^7 17s. 6d. 

370 " The Pet Rabbit," after Miss Corbaux, by S Cousins, R..^., first 

state (Savill), £i(> i6s. 

371 " Miss Macdonald," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A., first 

state (Leggatt), £22 is. 

372 " Lady Grey and Children," after the same, by S. Cousins, R.A., first 

state, before publication line (Vicars), £-ji 8s 

373 " Mrs. Wolff," after the same, by S. Cousins, R.A., first state ( ), 

£^S iSs- 

374 " The Marchioness of Exeter," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. W. 

Reynolds, proof, first fifty (Savill), ^37 16s. 

375 " John Walter Tempest," after Romney, by J. Walker (Ellis and 

.Smith), ^36 15s. 

376 " Mrs. Jordan as ' Mirth,' " after Romney, by R. Dunkarton, s-:cond 

state (Tlnderwond), ./To os. 

377 " Miss Cumberland," after Romney, by J. R. Smith, third state, with 

J. R. Smith's address (Sabin), ;^g4 los. 

After J. HOPPNER, R.A. 

378 " Duchess of Bedford," whole-length, by S. W. Reynolds, proof, first 

fifty (Sabin), £c,o 8s. 

379 " Lady Heathcote, " whole-length, by J. Ward, open letter proof (Davis), 

£m- 

380 " Lord Nelson," whole-length, by C. Turner, open letter proof (Agnew). 

£^e 4s. 

381 " Mrs. Parkyns," stipple, by C. Wilkin, proof before letters (Colnaghi), 

£i() 19s. 

382 " Duke of Rutland," whole-length, by C. Turner, open letter proof 

(Davis), ;^I3 13s. 

383 " Sir Arthur Wellesley," whole-length, with charger, by W. Barney 

(Rimell), £$ 55. 

After SIR J. REYNOLDS 

384 " Mrs. Abington as ' Roxalana,' " stipple, by J. K. Sherwin, proof 

before any letters (Agnew), £i 13s. 6d. 

385 " Mrs. Abington as ' Roxalana,'" by J. K. Sherwin; " Miss Day," 

by Purcell; and "The Fortune Teller" (small plate), proof (W. 
Sabin), £2 12s. 6d. 

386 " Mademoiselle Bacelli," by J. R. Smith (Tollemache), £$ 5s. 

387 " Hon. Miss Bingham," stipple, by F. Bartolozzi, second state (Eyles)i 

/Tn ITS. 

388 " Mrs. Bl.-ike as ' Juno,' " whole-length, by J. Dixon (Agnew), £1^ rss. 



March 15, 1910. 149 

38q " Miss Julia Bosvilje," by J. Watson, second state (Ellis and Smith) 

£6 6s. 
3go " Mrs. Bouverie," and " Mrs. Crewe," by J. Marchi, first state 

(Maggs), £:23 2S. 

391 " Lady Broughton," whole-length, by T. Watson (Hyam), £j ys. 

392 " Mrs. Bunbury," by J. Wat.son (Vokins), j^ii us. 

393 " Miss Sarah Cambell," by Valentine Green, first state (Sabin), ^^252. 

394 " Lady Cockburn and children," stipple, by C. Wilkin, first state 

(W. Sabin), ^^19 igs. 

395 " Mrs. Crewe as ' St. Genevieve,' " by T. Watson (Rimell), ;^io los. 

396 " Lndy .\nne Dawson," by J. Mc.Ardell (Dartrey), ^^4 14s. 6d. 

397 " Elizabeth, Countess of Derby," whole-length, by \^'. Dickinson 

(Stanley), ;£:i5 15s. 

398 " Duchess of Devonshire and daughter," by G. Keating (W. Sabin), 

,£36 5S. 

399 " Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," whole-length, by V. Green 

(W. Sabin), ;£rg 19s. 6d. 

400 " The Dilettanti Society," by C. Turner and W. Say, a pair, one proof 

before any letters (Gooden and Fox), £^2 los. 

401 " Miss Gordon," " -Vngels' Heads," by P. Simon, and " Guardian 

.•\ngels," by C. Hodges (Vokins), ^^7 17s. 6d. 

402 " Jane, Duchess of Gordon," by W. Dickinson (Jacobson), ;^io los. 

403 " John, Marquis of Granby," whole-length, by J. Watson, first published 

.state (.\gnew), £6 i6s. 6d. 

404 " Lady Jane Halliday," whole-length, by V. Green (.Agnew), ;^68 55. 

405 " Lady H.Tmilton as ' .\ Bacchante,' " by J. R. Smith, first published 

state (Sabin), .£220 los. 

406 " Miss Mary Horneck," whole-length, by R. Dunkarton (Ma^jgs), 

/ris i>;s. 

407 " Miss Frances Kemble," in white dress, by J. Jones, first published 

stnte (Sabin). .^V-' 15s. 

408 " Lady Elizabeth Keppel," whole-length, by E. Fisher (.^gnew), ;£rio los. 
400 " Lady Mary Leslie," by J. Spilsbury (Davis), j£y ys. 

.ill) " N'iscount Ligonier," whole-length, by E. Fisher, first state, before 
any letters {W. Sabin), :/r24 3s. 

411 " Louis Philippe, Duke of Orleans," whole-length, by J. R. Smith 

first state (.-Vgnew), ^5 15s. 6d. 

412 " \'iscount Maiden and his sister," by C. Turner (Harvey), ^^ii lis. 

413 " Duchess of Manchester and son," whole-length, by J. Watson (Davis), 

£7 7S. 

414 The same (Jacobson), £.y 7s. 

415 " Lady Louisa Manners," whole-length, by V. Green, second state 

(W Sabin), /T/;? li^s. 

416 " Mrs. Mathew," whole-length, by W'. Dickinson (I^eggatt), /T42. 

417 " Lady Melbourne and son," whole-length, by T. Watson (Barnard), 

£6 Gs. 
41S The same (Rimell), £6 6s. 

419 " Miss Mcver as ' Hebe,' " whole-length, by J. J.icobd (Dighton), 

£22 IS.' 

420 " Miss Morris," "Hope Nursing Love." by E. Fisher, engra^-er's 

proof (Dighton), ^u us. 

421 " Lady Scar.-,dale and son," by j. Watson, first state (.\gnew), £2 3s. 

422 " Mrs. .'^heridan as ' St. Cecilia,' " by W. Dickin.son, second state 

(Dighton), ^^21. 



ISO ART TRICES CURRENT. 

423 " Lady Stanhope," whole-length, by J. Watson (Agnew), ;£5'io 10s. 

424 " Colonel Tarleton," whole-length, ly J. R. Smith, first state (Sabin), 

425 " George, Prince of Wales," stipple, by F. Haward, proof before the 

title (Gooden and Fox), ^3 13s. 6d. 



March 19, igio. 151 



March 19, 1910. Modern Pictures and Water-colour 
Drawings of the British and Continental Schools, a portion of 
the stock of Messrs. Wallis & Son, of the French Gallery, 
Pall Mall, S.W., sold owing to the retirement of Mr. Thomas. 
Wallis. 

DRAWINGS. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

1 Bonheur, liosa, " A Stag Resting, ' io| x 14 (T. Permain), rfiS 14s. 

2 Browne, Henriette, " The Antiquarian," 13 x g\ (Mitchell), ^j 3s. 

3 Browne, Henriette, " Young Orange-Sellers," 6} x 9 (Sampson), /Ij 3*- 

4 Driesten, .A. J. \'an, ' On a Dutch Canal," 17! x 32 (Scott), j£j4 14s. bd. 

5 Driesten, A. J. Van, " A Road Scene near Zimburg," 17 x 24 (Scott), 

£2 I2S. 6'i. 

6 Driesten, :\. J Van, " A Dutch Homestead," 12J x 18J (Clitherow),, 

£'i 14s. 6d. 

7 Fr6re, Ed., 1872, " Piety," 13J x 10 (Sampson), ;£^2 2s. 

8 Frure, Ed., 1872, " Devotion," 13 j .\ 11 J- (Schroeder), j^3 13s. 6d. 

9 Jacque, Ch., " The Edge of a Wood, Normandy, with sheep," chalkv 

7I X I3i (Huggins), j^i6 ss. 6d. 

10 Laug(5e, G., " Gleaners," pastel, 17I x 13! (Eyles), £j 17s. 6d. 

11 Leys, Baron H., " Rembrandt's Studio," 22 x iSJ (T. Permain),. 

^56 14s. 

12 Pasini, A., "A View of Constantinople," 6j x iij (Schroeder),. 

/^4 14s. 6d. 

13 Ranitz, S. De, "Autumn," and "Winter," fan-mounts, a pair, (Samp- 

son), £6 6s. 

14 Santoro, Rubens, " A Street in an Italian Town," 12^ x 7I (Sampson), 

£7 7S- 

15 Santoro Rubens, " A View in .\lgicrs," gj x 6J (Leger), £^ 13s. 6d. 

16 Tenkate, Hermann, " The Usurer," 8J x 11 (Scott), £g gs. 

17 Weele, H. J. Van Der " A Dutch Farm," 25 x 18 (Connell), Z'14 3s. fed. 

18 Weissenbruch, J. H., '' Landscape," pastel, 7I x iij (Sampson), .^4 4s. 

19 Wolter, H. J., " A Dutch Village," pastel, 20 x 28^ (J. Collings). 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

20 Wolter, H. J., " A Dutch Farm," 13J x 19I (Lousada), £2 3s. 

21 Zezzos, A., " A Fair Venetian," 21 x 14I (Huggins), £1 iis. 6d. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 

22 Anderson, Robert, A.R.S..\., 1882, " Seville," igi x 24 (W. Permain)^ 

£S 155- 6d. 

23 .\ngen, H. Coleman, " Azaleas in a Vase," i6i x iij (Vokins), 

£7 •7s- 6d. 

24 .Angell, H. Coleman, " Dead Birds and Azaleas," 5x8 (Mitchell), 

£S SS. 



152 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

25 Angell, H. Coleman, " Nuts and Berries," 6J x 8J (Collings), ;^i iis. 6d. 

26 Angell, H. Coleman, " Apple Blossom," 4! x 7I (Vokins), ;£;3 js. 

27 Angell, H. Coleman, " Brambles," 4J x 6 (Bremner), £.2 5s. 

28 Angell, H. Coleman, " Oak-apples and Elder-berries," 4J x 7 (Vokins), 

29 Angell, H. Coleman, " Berries and Nuts," 4J x yi (^'okins), ;t-3 3s. 
_30 Angell, H. Coleman. " Forget-mc-\ots," 3I x 4* (Abbot), £1 5s 

31 Beavis, R., 1885, "'I'he Mouth of the Exe," 8 x 11 (Gooden and Fox), 

£2 2S. 

32 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1S6S, " Naworth Castle," loading timber, 23 x 40 

(Davidson), ;£^i8g 

33 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1S47, "The Woodcutters: Mid-day rest," 24! x 34J 

(Connell), j^Sg ss. 

34 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1870, " Peel Castle, Isle of Man," 13^ :< 20 

(Davidson), £36 15s. 

35 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1863, "Hunting in Cheshire," 13J x 20 (Sampson), 

;^2S 7S 

36 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1873, " Edinburgh from the Braids," loj x 17 

(T. Permain), ;^29 8s. 

37 Bough. Sam, R.S.A., " Cadzow Forest in March," 7 x loj (Scott), 

£7 7S- 
^S Collier, T., " A Moorland Scene." gj x 13^ (Leggatt), £n 3s. 6d. 

39 Constable. J. B., " Homewards," pastel, 17 x 31 (J. Collings), £^ 14s. 6d. 

40 Fripp, G. A., " On the Coast of Cornwall," 15 x 21J (W. Permain), 

£s i.Ss. 6d. 

41 Hunt, " Vegetables and Still Life," 7 x loj (Sampson), ^5 5s. 

42 Kilburne, G. G., 1877, " A Well in Venice," 14! x 19J (Amor), ;^2i. 
.43 Monfalba, Clara, " Limehouse Creek on the Thames," 22 x it 
(Sampson), ^22 is. 

44 Nicol, Erskine, .^.R.-A.., R.S.A., 1893, " Salmon-Spearing," igj x 12^ 

(S.-'.mpson), ;^I4 14s 

45 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., R.S.A., " A Dacent Old V^oman," SJ x 8 

(Sampson), £5 ss. 

46 Ross, Christina, P., " A Rectorial Election at Edinburgh," 14J x 21^ 

(Spink), £6 6s. 
.47 Stanfield. C, R.A., " A Mountain Pass," 6 x 8£ (Vicars), £5 15s. 6d. 

48 Swan, J. M., R.A., " Panthers Resting," pastel, loj x 17I (Witt), 

£7^ 8s. 

49 Swan, J. M., R.A., " Ocelot and Fish," pastel, loi x 17J (Huggins), 

£7^ "s. 

50 Willis. H. B., " Midday Rest," gi x 13^ (Mackay), £s iss. be. 

I^:ODERN PICTURES. 
CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

51 Bastien-Lepage, J., " On the Shore, Brighton," 17 x 21 (Smith), ;t;a7 6s. 

52 Bedini, P., 1879, " A Strolling Minstrel," 8£ x 4} (VV. Permain), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

53 Bergh, W. J. Van Der, 1852, " Landscape," 15^ x 19 (Collings), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 

54 Bochmann, G. Von, 1B82, " A Sheeplold," morn'aig, Hungary, iij > 17J 

(Sampson), £$(> 14s. 

55 Bourges, L., " 'I he Sewing Lesson," loj x &i (Leger), £z 13«- 6d. 



March 



ig, 1910. 



153 



56 

57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 

63 
64 

65 
66 

67 

6S 

69 

70 
7" 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 

80 
81 
82 
83 



Bruin, C. De, " Towards the Evening," 18 x 24 (J. CoIIings), ;t-4 48- 
Brunet, J., 1893, " Evening of Life," 22 J x 28f (Agnew), £g 9s. 
Capobianchi, V., " The Antiquarians," ijj x 24 (Amor), ;^29 8?. 
Cazin, J. C, " Fruit and Flowers," g-| x 17J (Scott), ;iCii iis. 
Cock, Xaxier De, 1889, " Green Pastures," 24 x 34 (Mitchell), ;£Tio 10s. 
Col, D.. " The Quarrel," 4^ x 6i (Collings), £2 2s. 
Corot, J. B C, " A Pond near Karbizon, wiih a woman and two cows," 

9 X 17! (Crcmetti), ;£r262 los. 
Corrodi, H., " An Eastern Scene," sunset, 14^ x 27J (Leger), j^.^ 155. 6d. 
Decamps, A. G., " The Battlers," 10 x i4i (Mitchell), £s 5^- 
Decamps, A. G., " The Cavalcade," 8 x 13! (Sampson), j£s ss. 
Diaz, N., " Poultry near a Shed," 17I x 14I (Sampson), ;^I9 19s. 
Diaz, \., " A Bit of Fontainebleau Forest," SJ x 115 (Cremetti), 

£46 4S 
Eisenhut, F., " A Street in Cairo." q x 6 (Schroeder), ;^ii us. 
Haanen, C. Van, " A Scene in Venice," 31^ x 22 (W. Permain), 

^ig 19s. 
Haaxmann, P., " The Trysting-PIace." 20 x 285 (Scott), £1 us. 6d. 
Hamon, J. L., " Winding the Skein," igj x 24 (Huggins), £4 H"- ''<^- 
Flooded Meadows," 47 x 78 (Smith), .;^i62 ijs. 
' Twilight," 65 X 46 (Sampson), £Si i8s. 
Bavarian Marshlands," 19 x 46 (Leger), £s^ ^-^■ 
Near Dusseldorf," 25 x 3:^ (Leger), £22 2s. 
On the Broads," 25 x 31^ (Sampson), ;£'27 6s. 
Royal Windsor," 22 x 28| (Sampson), ;£j26 5s. 
Wroxham," 14 x 22J (Sampson), ^18 7s. 6d. 
' On the Norfolk Broads," yi x 31 (Gooden and Fox), 



Heffner, K., 
HefFner, K., 
HefTner, K., ' 
Heflner, K., ' 
HelTner, K., 
Heflner, K., 
HefTner, K., 
Heffner, K., 
j(;6o iRs. 
Heffner, K., 
Heflner, K., ' 
Hoffmann, O. 
Jacque, C, " 

12 X I/j 

Koekkoek, B 

j{J75 >2s- 
Merlot, E., " 
Mettling, L., 
Mollinger, A., 

;6"2i. 
MoUinger, A., 
Monticelli, A. 

£31 10s. 
Monticelli. .A. 

£20. 
Monticelli, A, 

£5 SS. 
Munger, G 



' A Bavarian Homestead," 105 x 15J (Leger), ^^g c,s. 
' A Summer's Day," loj x 155 fFenton), -^y 17s. 6d. 
, " Going to Market," 19J x 29J (J. Collings), £g gs. 
On the Banks of the Marne," with peasants and sheep, 
T. Permain), ^79 16s. 
C, 1863, " A Forest Scene," 27 x 24 (T. Permain), 

Milking-Time," 23 x 31 (Collings), .;£7i9 19s. 
1873, " A Tyrolese Woman," 12| x 9 (Hoggins), ;^15 15s. 
1862, " A Poor Family Flitting," loJ- x 22^ (Mit hell), 

" The \'erge of the Forest," 7 x 13 (Mitchell), £y 7s. 
T. J., " Ladies of the Court," 20J x 39 (T. Permain), 

T. J., " In the Garden," on panel, iSJ x 30J (Sampson), 

T. J.. " .\ Woodland Scene," 20J x 25 (.Sampson), 

house-boat and figures, 11 x 17J 



" River Scene," with 
(Cremetti), £g gs. 

93 Pasini, A., 1873, " Le Santon," 17 x loi (Mitchell), ;/ri8 i8s. 

94 Pasini, A., " At the Well," I2i x 15! (Cremetti), .:^35 14s. 

95 Pasini, A., 1880, " A Canal. Venice," 10^ x 13! (Fenton). ;^29 ?s. 

96 Pavy, Ph., "The Slave-Market," iij x 8 (W. Permain), /:? 17s. bd. 

97 Poschingcr, R. \'on. 18S0. " The Peat-Can." 28 x 47 (Sampson) 

iTiS i8s. 



154 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

gS Ralli, T.. 1876, " Devotion," 31 x 24J (Scott), ;£g gs. 

99 komano, J., " The Coquette," 25 x 2oi (Huggins), ^27 6s. 

100 Rondel, H., " The Blonde," 17J x 15 (T. Perniain), £(> os. 

101 Rousseau, Th., " An Old Mill," 6i x 10 (Sampson), £g gs. 

102 Schultius, G., " Easter Morning," 24^ x lyl (Sampson), ^9 19s. 6d. 

103 Tadema-Groeneveld, Th., " Driving Home the Cow," 15I x 23 (Cremetti), 

;£rio los. 

104 Thoren, Otto \'on., " Cattle in a Landscape," 6 x SJ (Drake), £2 3S- 

105 Troyon, C, " Cattle Resting," 9 x 13S (Cremetti), j^2i. 

106 Vernier, Iimile, " Harvest Time," 16 x 27 (Sampson), £5 ^s. 

107 Verschuur, W., " Horses in a Stable," sj x 7J (Sampson), £1;^ .3. 6d. 
to8 Weber, Otto, " Yearlings," i6i x 25J (W. Permain), /^i2 12s. 

109 Weber, Th., " A Wreck at Tr(?port," 18 x 29 (Schroeder), j£Jio los. 

110 Wolf, O. (Munich), " The Young Novice," 36J x 53 (Spink), ;^:6 i6s. 

111 Worms, J., " His First Smoke," 8 x 3^ (Cremetti), £2 2s. 

112 Zamacois, E., "A Page in Waiting," 5x4 (Schroeder), £g gs. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 

113 Bough, Sam, R.S..'\., 1865, " The Otter-Hunt," 23^ x 17^ (Huggins), 

^£■35 MS- 

114 Boughton, G. H., R..*\., 1R68, " A Normandy Fisher-Girl," 58 x 33| 

(Huggins), :^29 8s. 

115 Bristow, E., " On the Watch," 4^ x 6 (Sampson), £1 is. 

116 Chambers. G., " On the Goodwin Sands," 26 x 38! (Mitchell), .£'27 6s. 

117 Collier, Hon. J., " Waiting for the Accused," 43 x 56, Royal Academy, 

1891, (Sampson), £2° 9^- 

118 Cookr-sk'v, M. Murray, " .-\n Eastern Orange-Seller," isi x 19J (Samp- 

son), £8 8s. 

119 Cookesley, M. Murray, " Her Favourite Flower," 174 x iij (Sampson), 

j^I2 I2S. 

120 Etty, W., R.A., " Nymphs Dancing," a lunette, on panel, 13 x 25 

(Huggins), j^23 2S. 

121 Etty, W., R.A., " The Young Correspondent," 26 x 19J (.Schroeder), 

^3 13s. 6d. 

122 Etty, W., R.A., " Head of Saint Sebastian," 24 x ig^ (A. N. .Smith), 

£2 I2s. 6d. 

123 Faed, John, R.S.A., " Benorie," 49 x 35 (Peters), j^'io los. 

IJ4 Faed, Tom, R.A., " A Highland Laddie," 6 x 4! (Scott), £3 13s. 6d. 

125 Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1898, " Summer on the Don, Aberdeenshire," 

>3j X 23J (Scott), ;^2I. 

126 Fisher, Mark, 1876, " Waiting for the Ferry," 17 x 24^ (Sampson), 

^37 i6s. 

127 Fraser, Alex., R.S..\., "A Quiet Smoke," it x 9 (Scott), ;£'3 13s. 6d. 

128 Fraser, Alex., R.S.A., " Bothwell Castle," 30} x 44 (Scott), £57 153. 

129 Geddes, A., " River Scene," yi x iij (Scott), ^3 3s. 

130 Graham, Peter, R.A., " A Rockbound Coast," Tif x 17; (W. Permain), 

.£42- 

131 Gr«ham, Tom, " The Farmer's Daughter," 50 x 36 (Scott), £16 i6s. 

132 Hacker, Arthur, A.R.A., " The Lullaby," 57 x 46! (Lister), £.8g 53. 

133 Halswelle. Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1868, " A Fete-Day in Rome," 14^ x 22J 

(Collings), £n 14s. 

134 Harvey, Sir George, P.R.S.A., 1854, " Ashton Burn, near Gourock," 

35a ^ 27i (Mitchell), £7 ys. 



March 19, igio. 155 

13s Herdman, R., R.S.A., 1885, " By the Woodside," 34J x 25J (Smith), 

;£rio I OS. 

136 Houghton, A. Boyd, " On the Sands," 10 x 12 (Mitchell), ;^5 's. 

137 Hulme, F. W., 1S77, " A Woody Stream," igi x 29J (Lister), £y 7s. 

138 Kennedy, W. D., " Camilla and Gil Bias," 27i x 35J (Peters), £1^ 13s. 
ijq L.-indseer, Sir E., R.A., " A De.ul Deer," 2yj x 24 (Gooden and Fox), 

140 Leader, B. Eastlake, " On the Conway," igi x 29 (Huggins), £12 12s. 

141 Leader, B. Eastlake, " A Welsh Stream," igi x 29 (Mitchell), x>o los. 

142 Lee, F. R., and Cooper, T. S., k.A., 1854, " The Kiver Awe, 

Argyllshire," ijj x 17J (W. Permain), j£,"27 6s. 

143 Linnell, J., Sen., 1841, " The Flight into Egypt," 39 x 54, from the 

collection of W. F. Fryer, Esq., 1890 (Agnew), .£^120 15s. 

144 Linnell, J., Sen., 1S28-33, " Saint John the Baptist Preaching in the 

Wilderness," 3di x 53^, from the collection of J. Farnworth, £'sq., 
1874, (.Agnew), jC.gb 12s. 

145 Linnell, J., Sen., i860, "Winding the Skein," 9J x 13J, from the 

collection of George Gurney, Esq., 1903, (Sampson), ^37 i6s. 

146 Linnell, J., Sen., " Dovedale," 7J x 12, exhibited at Burlington House, 

1883, (Agnew), ;«;26 S^- 

147 Linnell, J., Sen., " Sunshine and Storm," 6J x 9 (Fenwick), .^^17 17s. 

148 McCulloch. H., R.S.A., "A Highland Loch," 23i x 35A (Peters) 

£^7 OS. 

149 Miller, J. H. C, " Egg-Hunting on the Cornish Coast," 29^ x 494 

(\ivianl, £,'14 14s. 

150 Mounsey, W., "The \\'oods in .Autumn, Galloway," 27 x 35^ (Lousada), 

^16 16s. 

151 Nicol, Erskine, A.R..-\., R.S.A., 1862, " Notice to Quit," 17^ x 26^ 

(Sa.mpsonI, ;^8i 18s. 

152 Nicol, Erskine, .A.R..A., R.S.A., 1857, " The Ferry-Boat," 12 x 20^ 

(Sampson), .£rs2 los. 

153 Nicol, Erskine, .\.R..A., R.S..^., " Setting a Night-Line, Lake 

Deravaratjh, Westnieath," 17^ x 23J (Sampson), ;^3i los. 

154 Nicol, Erskine, .\.R.A., and Bannantyno, J., R.S..A., " Erskine Nicol 

Painting in his Studio, ' 19 x 23^ (Gooden and Fox), £2^ 4s. 

155 Niemann. K. J., 180b, " Bothwell Castle on the Clyde," 13 x igi 

(Kenwickj, ;£, 16 16s. 

156 Oakes, J. W., .A.R.A., " Clumber Castle," 12 x 29^ (Mitchell), £1$ 153. 

157 Poole, P. F., R.A., '• ine VViich," I3i x i6i (Smith), ^36 15s. 

158 Ross, J. Thorburn, A.R.S.A., " Roses have Thorns," 26i x 26^ (Salberg 

and So.), £4 14s. 6d. 

159 Webb, James, " Beach Scene," 7^ x 14 (MellingJ. £S 8s. 

jOo Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., " King George IV., Entering Holyrood," 17 x loi 
(Scott), ;^l8 i8s. 

161 Wilson, R., R.A., "' Bay Scene," 17 x 23 (Schroeder), £2 2s. 

162 Woodville, R. Caton, " In Vain: Returning from the relief of General 

Gordon." 47 x 83 (Sampson), £^i los. 



156 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 21, 1910. The following Works by the late 
William Callow, R.W.S., were sold by order of the Executrix. 

DRAWINGS. 

In White Mounts. 

1 " Dover," white cliffs of Old England, 1845, 10 x 14, (Norton), £.1 los--. 

2 " Florence from San Mininto," 1877, 6J x 14 (Smith), £1 3s. 

3 " Old Houses at Chester," 1902, igj x 13 (Fowler), ;^3 5s. 

4 " Ruins of Marienberg," 1903, iS x 23 (Michael), ^^3. 

In Gold Mounts. 
VIEWS IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND. 

5 " Weston Mill, near Leamington "; "A Woody River Scene '; and 

" A Hilly Landscape," with a church (Soar), £.2- 

6 " Reigate Heath," 1848, and " Abergavenny," 1848 (Amor), £1 lis 6d. 

7 " Fishing-Boats Entering Folkestone Harbour," 1904, and " A Park 

Scene," (Amor), £7 17s- 6d. 

8 " Haddon Hall," and " Worcester Cathedral " 1848, (Webb), £5 153. 6d. 

9 " The Keep, Kenilworth," 1856, and " Hurstmonceaux Castle," 1851 

(Webb), ;^i lis. 6d. 

10 " On the East Lynn, Devon," 1847, and " Glen Sannox, Arran," 1849 

(Fowler), £5 5s. 

11 " The Gateway, Evesham," 1859, and " The Interior of Whitby Abbey," 

iS.^i (Hrown and Phillips), ;^3 3s. 

12 " Matlock" and " The Mouth of Loch Awe," 1849 (Webb), ;^5 jts. 6d. 

13 " The Entrance Gate of Leicester Hospital, Warwick," 1856, and 

" Cfesar's Tower, Mill Street, Warwick," 1852 (Brown and Phillips), 
£2 10s 

14 " Baniborough Castle,' 1905, and " In the Gloaming," 1904 (Fowler), 

£(> 6s. 
35 " Rocks at Rokeby, Greta, Yorkshire," and " Ben Garve, Loch Assvnt," 
1861, (Grubb), £3 ss. 

16 " High Street, Southampton," 1888, 14^ x io| (White), £s 5s. 

17 " Plymouth," 1866, 14 x 21 (Smith), ^^.g 19s. 6d. 

18 " London from Holly Lodge, Highgale," 1842, 12^ x i8i (P,<ilser), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

19 " Edinburgh, from Salisbury Crag," 1843, 14^ x 21J (Gooden and Fox), 

£6 16s. 6d 

20 " Richmond Castle and Town, from Clink Bank, Yorkshire,' 1904 

18 X 2.si (Cassel), £& i8s. 6d. 

21 " Richmond Castle, Yorkshire," 25 x 36 (Cassell), £S i8s. 6d. 



March 21, 1910. icy 

VIEWS IN HOLLAND ANU BELGIUM. 

22 " Wyn Haven, kctterdam," 1845, 10 x 14^ (Smith). ;^3 3s. 

ij " fhe Flamande, Bruges," and " The Caihedral, Courtrai," (Fowler,', 

24 " Les Halles, Bruges," 1844, 14^ x 21} (Fowler), £4 4s. 

25 " Wyn Haven, Rotterdam," 1904, 15 x 22 (Bowden), £S 8s. 

26 " Dutch Boats at the Quai, Antwerp," 1904, 35I x 18 (Smith), ;^22 is. 

27 " Limburg on the Lahn," 1875, 21 J x 32I (Priest), ;^i4 14s. 

VIEWS IN SWITZERLAND. 

28 " Lucerne," 1846, and " Lausanne," (Smith), £4 4s. 
rg " Sion," 1830, and " Val de Servor," (Norton), £5 5s. 

30 " Vevey," and " Mont Blanc, from Geneva," 1838 (Smith), £2 3s. 

31 " Glacier de Rhone, Switzerland," 1848, 21 x 29^ (Lister), ;^.2 12s. 6d. 

VIEWS IN GERMANY. 

32 " The Market Place, Prague," and " Innsbruck," 1846 (Hod<4son), 

£9 9S- 

33 " Mayence," 1S38, and " Gotha," (.^mor), £2 jS- 

34 " Baden Baden," and " Heidelberg," 1838 (Norton), £2 12s. 6d. 

35 " Berncastel on the Moselle," 1844, and " A Corner of Old Baoharach 

on the Rhine," (Leger), j£g gs. 

35 " Old Walls, Oberwesel," i8g8, 15! x I2i (Smith), £6 6s. 

37 " Old Houses at Bacharach," i8g9, 15! x 12J (Fowler), £6 i6s. 6d. 

38 " The Pfaltz on the Rhine," 1896, 17 x 13J (Inglis), .^'s 15s. 6d. 

39 " Wurzburg, Bavaria," 1846, 10 x 14 (Falser), ^5 15s. 6d. 

40 " The Church at Gotha," 16 x i2i (Kilby), £2 12s. 6d. 

41 " Old Houses at Trabon on the Moselle," igo3, 17 x 13! (Wilde), £g gs. 

42 " Ehrenbreitstein from the Moselle Bridge," 1899, 15 x 22 (Fowler), 

;^I0 lOS. 

43 " Rhinefels and St. Goar," igj x 13^ (Bowden), ^^8 i8s. 6d. 

44 " Marienberg, Moselle," 1844, 13 x 2oi (Fowler), £2 I3S- 6d. 

45 " Rheinstein," 1875, 2.sJ x i8| (Smith), j^'is i^s. 

46 " The Castle of Schonbrun from Oberwesel," 1894, 25^ x 18^ iSmith), 

;^n IIS. 

47 " Cochem on the Moselle," 1902, 18^ x 25J (Smith), j^i3 13s. 

48 " The Castle of Katz on the Rhine," 29! x 22^ (Bowden), ^17 17s. 

VIEWS IN ITALY. 

49 " Canale della Posta, Venice," 1846, and " Palazzo Dandolo, Venice," 

1880 (Smith), £4 14s 6d. 

50 " Doici .Aqua, near Bordighcra," 1877, and " Casa Cavallino, Venice," 

1S77 (Fowler), £2 3s. 

51 " Piazzo d'Erbi, Verona," 1880. and " Calle Posta, Venice," 1S80 

(Warner), £6 i6s. 6d. 

52 " Arona on Lago Maggiore," 1S91, and " Menaggio, Como," 1S65 

(Fowler), £4 4s. 

53 " Castellam.'.re," 1840, and " Chija, Naples," 1840 (Kilby), £2 :s. 

54 " The Lake of Lugano," 1873, n x 30 (Bowden), Z'22 is. 

55 " Porta San Giovanni, looking across the Campagna," 1863, ii x 30 

(Smith). ;^ii OS. 6d. 



15S ART PRECES CURRENT. 

56 " Rome from Mount Palatine," 1840, 10 x 14^ (Norton), £2 12s. 6d. 

57 " On the Quai, Castellamare," 1886, 9 x ig| (Bowden), jCn 3S. M. 

;8 " The Palnce ol the Donna Anna, Naples," iij- x 17^ (Connell), 

^78 iSs. 6d. 

SQ " The Rialto, Venice," 1882, 16 x 12! (Connell), ^11 iis. 

60 " The Campanile in the Campo San Paolo, Venice," 1894, 15 x 12J 

(Connell). ^"7 17s. 6d. 

61 " Castle Lattore, near Castellamare," 1902, 17^ x 13J (Bowden), 

£4 14s. 6d 

62 " The Bridge of Sighs from the Canale della Posta," 1904, 2ii x 15 

(Connell), ^14 14s. 

63 " Theatro Marcello, Rome," 1903, 22 x 14^ (Connell), :^io los. 

64 " Tragetto San Giorgio, Venice," 1899, 25I x 18J (Cassell), ;^13 13s. 

65 " Palaces on the Grand Canal, Venice," 1898, 20 x 2g| (Eade), ;£42. 

66 "The Grand Canal, Venice," sunset, 1895, 20 x 29J (Eade), £25 4s. 

67 " The Temple of Vesta, Tivoli," 1859, 2gJ x 22 J (Kilby), £(> i6s. 6d. 

68 " Amalfi," Summer morning, 1887, 2i| x 32? (Barber), £42. 

69 " Menaggio," looking up Lake Como, 1900, 2i| x 32J (Eade), ;£'29 8s. 

PICTURE. 

70 " The Grand Canal, Venice," 1897, 2i| x 33 (Fowler), ;^I7 6s. od. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

71 Barnes, J. H., " The Hermit," 35J x 29, from the Artist's Sale, 1888, 

(Weekes), ;^5 55. 

72 Barret, G., 1835. " River Scene," 12^ x i6-2- (Mills), ^13 13s. 

73 Bentley, C, "Fishing-Boats entering Harbour," 24J x 36 iGiay), 

£23 2S. 

74 Croft, A., 1850, " Winter," ii| x 28 (Forde), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

75 DoUand, W. Anstey, " A Siesta," 10 x isf (.\mor), ;^ii lis. 

76 Duncan, E., 1871, " Unloading the Boat," 13^ x 20J (Weekes), 

£() 19s. 6d. 

77 Edridge, H., .\ R..\., 1805, " .\ Lady, seated, holding a book," 13J x 9J 

(Smith), ;^s ISS. 6d. 

78 Mole, J. H., 1884, " Hampstead Heath," 19^ x 30I (Connell), ;£,'26 5s. 

79 Sherrin, J., " Pineapple and Plums," 11 x 13J (Connell), ;^i5 15s. 

80 Tayler, F., 1866, " Fisherfolk," 10 x 14 (Blake), £12 13s. 
Si Cox, D., " A View ol Birmingham," 7i x 11 (Ball), £s 53. 

82 Cox, D., 1825, " Kensington Palace," 8J x 17 (Ball), ;£^i2 12s. 

83 Drummond, J., 1873, " A Whiff after Work," and " Making P.eadv 

for r^arket," a pair, 17I x 24I (Barton), ;^2i. 

84 Aiken, H., " Sporting Subjects," nine in one frame, (Sabin), ;^37 i6s. 

85 Wimperis, E. M., " A Yorkshire Moor," with sheep, 8 x 12 (Li^gatt), 

£18 7s. 6d. 

86 Lewis, J. F., R..A., " The Courtyard of the Mosque of Sultan H.issan," 

and " The Mandareh of the Artist's House, Cairo," (Brown ',nd 
Phillips), £4. 

87 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Study of a Female He;'d," fij x gj (Norton), 

£i us. 6d 



March 21, 1910. 15Q 

88 Duncan, E., " Loch Hourn "; " A Bay Scene," and " A Landscape, 

with cattle " (Birn-s), 15s. 

89 Jackson, S. P., i88g, " River Scene "; and " A Mountainous Stream,'' 

by A. Penley (Leggatt), ;^3 155. 

90 Duncan, E., " Old Dredging-Boat, Mumbles, South Wales," and " St 

Abb's Head," black and white (Abbot), los. 6d. 

91 Fox, H. C, 1882, " Spring," 2ii x 15 CFord), £:i 12s. 6d. 

92 Goodwin, A., " Appledore, Bideford," gj x 13 (Fowler), £.2 2s. 

93 Menpcs, Mortimer, " The Bazaar," 8} x 4J (Amor), £.^ 4s. 

94 Haite, G. C, 1894, " Threshing Oats," gj x 13J (Leger), ;^5 5s. 

PICTURES. 

95 Bossuet, F., " The Interior of the Church of Sierre, Belgium," 36 x 28 

(Sampson), ^{^13 2s. 6d 

96 Coleman. W. S., " Goldfish," 31J x iji (Sampson), £21. 

97 Cooper, T. S., R..\., " Three Sheep.'' in a landscape, iii x 10 (Dobsonl, 

£\Z 12*. 

98 Emms, J., 18S6, " Ready lor the Hunt," 27I x 355 (Leeds), £\^ 19s. 

99 Emms, J., 1888, " The Kill," 27^ x 35^ (Leeds), £\t^ 19s. 

100 Garland, H., " Turning the Drove," 23J x 353 (Sampson), ;^I5 15s. 

101 Garland, H., " .\ Ford in the Highlands," 23^ x 355 (bampsonj, i^i% 15s. 

102 Hill, J. J., " The Fisherman's Home," ij-J x 23J (Mitchell), £.n 3s. 6d. 

103 Stark, J., "The Edge of a Wood," 8-J x 13^ (Hall), ^11 os. 6d. 

104 Trood, W. H., 1896, " Saying Grace," and " Help the Helpless," a 

pair, isi X \\\ 'Bell), £:ii- 

105 Trood, W. H., " Pulling the Cracker," a pair, Si x iii (Pall.mt), 

106 Kuypers, E., " In Flanders," 12! x 17J (White) ^£^3 13s. 6d. 

107 Wetherbee, G., " The Solitary Gleaner," igj x 29^ (Melrose;, ^10 los. 

108 Frurc, Ed., " .A Spanish Muleteer," 16 x 12 (Huggins), £.c) 9s. 

109 Ballavoine, J., " Pink," and " Blue," a pair, 15J x \i\ (Leger), £\o los. 
no Delahaye, T., E., 1882, " The Smithy," 12J x 17J (Collings), £\o 10s 
ill Cole, Vicat, R..^., " Landscape," 9 x 13J (Melting), £^ 4s. 

112 Inskip, J. H., 1885, " A Grey Autumn Morning," igl x 29^ (Sampson), 

113 Noble, J. S., " .\ Wounded Monarch," 19 x 24 (Crews), £l 7s. 

114 Izant, Herbert, "A Corner of the Common, Mitcham," 6 x iii (Grace), 

£2. I2s. 6d. 

115 Holder, E. H., 1894, " Cornelian Point, South Shore, Scarborough," 

1^4 't 332 (Priest), £(^ 19s. 6d. 

116 Holder, E. H., " Spring-Time," 13 x 20 (Newson), £1 12s. 6d. 

117 Haughton, B., " Sundown." m\ x 15 (Lacey), £2. 12s. 6d. 

iiS Banks, T. J., " ."Autumn Morning," 29I x 50 (Davis), £s, 14s. td. 

119 Stark, J.. "Woody Landscape," 15^ x 19* (West), ;^33 12s. 

120 Fletcher, Blandford, " Setting Sail," \\\ x iSJ (Huggins), ;^8 Ss. 

121 Niemann, E. J., 1848, " Trafalgar Square," 13^ x 17J (Newman), /:3 3s. 

122 Somerscales, T., 1895, " Off Valparaiso," \\\ x 17^ (Lysack), £\^ 155. 

123 Couldery, H. H., " Kittens at Play," 12 x 17! (Brett), ^^5 5s. 

124 Collins, C, 1899, " Pendennis Castle, Falmouth," iii x 29 r\\ hite), 

£n 14s. 6d. 

125 Meadows, A. J., 1900, " The Port of Naples," 13I x iij (Meiling), 

£\a los. 

126 Jones, C, 18S3, " Sheep on the Downs," 2ii x 37J (Sampson), £^. 



ibo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

127 Hayes, E., R.H.A., " Shipping off the Coast," 8J x iij ;Cassel), 

£S 15s. 6cl. 

128 Pricheti, E., " The Piazzetta of St. Mark's, Venice," 13J x iij 

(Bremner), £y ys. 

129 Koelvkoek, H., 1856, " A Winter Scene," on panel, and " A Woodv 

Landscape " (Le^ds), £6 6s. 

130 Duval, E., " Cephalus and Procris," iij- x 13J (Woollett), 12s. 

131 Heffner, K., " Eel-Traps, Bavaria," lyj x 255 (Collings), £11 iis. 

132 Malempr^, L., " A Venetian Flower-Girl," and " A Venetian Canal," 

(Bremner), £1 lis. 6d. 

133 Malempr^, L., " On the Sands,'' and " Venetian Water-Carriers," 

(Schroeder), /"6 6s. 

134 Gastineau. H., " Rochester Castle," gi x 13! (Sampson), j^i )s. 

135 Hemy, B. B., " Coast Scenes," a pair, 165 x 29J (.^mor), £^ 14s. 6d. 

136 Gosschalk, J. C, 1908, " A Peasant Boy," ig x 23 (Eade), £^ 5s. 

137 Gosschalk, J. C, " An Old Fisherman," and " A Fisherwoman," on 

panel (Eade), ;^4 4s. 

138 Martin Charles, " V.^nus Anadyomene," 33 x 30 (Sampson), ;^i is. 

139 Collins, C, " The Head of the Fall, Glen Divach, Inverness," 17^ x 13^ 

(Pallant), ;^5 5s 

140 Bailey, A. E., " River Scene," 17^ x ii| (Collings), £^ 14s. 6d. 

141 Walbourn, E., " At Wishford, Wilts," 23 x 17 (Weekes), ;£,'4 14s. 6d. 

142 Oliver, W., " A Lady with a book," 195 x ijj (BlakeJ, £2 12s 6d. 

143 Muschamp, S., " A Council of Three," igi x 2g (Leger), £1^ 14s. 

144 Collins, C, " South Holmwood," and " Broadmoor," a pair, g^ \ 13J 

(Collings), ;^T0 los. 

145 Kruger, E., " Woody River Scene," 30 x 41 (Schroeder), £j 17s. 6d. 

146 Hayes, Claude, " In the Marshes," 2g| x 39J (Eade), £7 17s. 6d. 

147 Penstone, E., " A Highland Beauty," 207} x 13I (Bertioli), £1 15s. 

The property of a gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

148 Cassioli, A., 1874, " Cellini showing his Statue of Perseus," 28J x 38J 

(Schroeder), £y 17s. 6d. 

149 Chester, George, 1869, " An Old Windmill," 56 x 47J (Mrs. Wheeler), 

£9 9S- 

150 Cole, Rex Vicat, 1901, " Spring-Time," 12 x 15 (Mitchell), £j iis. 6d. 

151 Crowe, Eyre, A.R.A., 1859, " Dr. Johnson receiving Boswell at the 

Literary Club," 33 x 43 (Weekes), .^£'29 8s. 

152 Eraser, A., " Moorland Scene," 27^ x 35 (Mitchell), .£16 i6s. 

153 Holland, " At .\ncey. Savoy," 17J x 13^ (M. Joseph, Junr.), £5 5s. 

154 Jiminez, L., 1889, " The Perruquier," i2| x 9 (Mitchell), £g gs. 

155 Knowles, G. Sheridan, 1897, " .\t the Ball," 13^ x 9I (Cassares), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

156 Ward, E. M., R.A., 1877, " The Last Interview between Napoleon and 

Louisa, Queen of Prussia, at 'J'ilsit," 1807, 40J x 31J (Collis), ;^3i los. 

157 Haynes-Williams, " The Muleteer's Home," 35^ x 27J (Mitchell), £3 3s. 



March 23, 1910. i6t 



March 23, 1910. The propert}' of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Bonvin, F., " In Church," and " A Landscape," by P. J. de Louther- 

bourgh, R.A. (Hughes), £,2 12s. 6d. 

2 Burne-Jones, Sir E., " Nymphs of the Stars," 13^ x gj (Read), ^^15 15s. 

3 Burne-Jones, Sir E., " Nymphs of the Moon," 12^ x g^ (Read), jCi5 15s. 

4 Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1877, " Head of a Girl," pencil, \2\ x 10 (Gooden 

and Fox), ^£'16 i6s. 

5 Burne-Jones, Sir E., " Studies of Figures," pencil (Brown and Phillips), 

£,i\ OS. 6d. 

6 Burne-Jones, Sir E., " Study for ' The Passing of Arthur ' "; and " A 

Study for a Queen," pencil (Webb), £,-i 3s. 

7 Clausen, G., A.R.A., " On a Dutch Canal," black and white, 6^ x qj 

(Misell, jun.), £,\ 3s. 
% Daumier, H., " Le D^menogement du Constitutionnel," black and 

white, iii X 14I (Carfax), ^S i8s. 6d. 
9 Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., " A Female Head," chalk, Sjin., circular 

(Miller), :£i IIS. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

10 Bell, W. H., " Wimbledon Common," and " Cupid," after F. Boucher 

(Grose), £\ 15=. 

11 Caravaggio, "The Martyrdom of Saint Elizabeth," 49J x 31 (Leggatt). 

£-^ 155- 

12 Chardin, " A Hunchback with a monkey," 35 x 29I (Hughes), £'^ 5s. 

13 Constable, " A View from Hampstead," and " The Mill Ford " (Harries', 

£i- 

14 Crome, " A Wood Scene," with a figure, 13I x \\\ (Collings), £,2 I2S. 6d. 

15 Diaz, " The Outpost," and " Gerard Dow in his Studio," oval, on 

panel (Miller), £'^ 15s. 6d. 

16 Early English School. " A Gentleman," standing in a landscape, with 

a dog, 16 X \o\ (Clark), £i. 

17 French School, " Sportsmen Resting," 19 x 14I (Misell, jun.), £,\ los. 
i8 Jones, C " The Return of the Flock." and " A Coast Scene " 

(Amor), £■},■ 

19 Louden, W Mouat, " Kitty," oval, 29 x 24 (Farsons), ;^i is. 

20 Mignard, " Head of a Young Lady," oval, isJ x 12 (Renton), £,2 5s. 

21 Reynolds, " A Boy, with a cup and a ball," and " Head of a Lady "■ 

(Smith), ;^I2. 

22 Rigaud, " Portrait of a Cardinal," 29 x 24 (Parsons), £t, 3s. 

23 Terburg, " A Lady," seated at a table, 15 x 12 (Hutchinson), £2^ ss. 

Dififerent properties. 

DR.-VWING. 

24 Vaga, Del, " Venus and Cupid," bistre, 16 x 10 (Webb), £^ Ss. 



i62 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

PICTURES. 

25 " Portrait of Sir Matthew Hale," 22^ x 16J (Wilde), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

26 " Portrait of Sir Francis Drake," 27 x 22 (Parsons), £6 6s. 

27 French School. " L.t Marquise de Circello," pastel, 22^ x iSJ- (Parsons), 

£4 4S- 

28 Dawe, " Portrait of a Lady," in yellow dress, oval, 26J x 21^ (Renton), 

£5 5s- 
2g Heemskirk, " A Trial for Witchcraft," 24J x 29 (Parsons), £2 3^- 

30 Kneller, " Portrait of Admiral Blake," 49 x 395 (Harries), ^4 4s. 

31 Dutch School, " Portrait of Basilea Gage," 235 x igj (Shepherd), £6 6s. 

32 Lely, " Portrait of a Lady," in grey dress, 46 x 37 (Mrs. Wheeler), 

£18 i8s. 

33 Lely, " Portrait of a Lady," in yellow dress, 28 x 22! (Mrs. Wheeler), 

;^3 3S. 

34 Rombouts, S., " Winter Landscape," 16 x 26 (Nicholson), ;^26 5s. 

35 Maas, F., " Woody Landscapes," a pair, 14 x 39 (Ogilvie), £1 iis. 6d. 

36 Dutch School, " A Village Merrymaking," unframed, 24J x 32I (Clark), 

j^Tii us. 

37 Boucher, " Two Children and a Cupid," 27 x 35J (Mrs. Wheeler), 

£3 3S- 

38 Dutch School, " Figures in an .Artist's Studio," 24 x 21 (Miller), ;^3 3s. 

39 Nispen, N. Van, " Dutch Peasants Playing and Dancing," a pair, 

12 X 15 (Lodge), ^^^3 13s. 6d. 

40 Charon, Madame, 1782, " Portrait of a Lady," in blue brocade dress, 

oval, 31 X 25 (Hooper), £y 7s. 

41 Zuccarelli, F., R.A., " f^andscape, " 26 x 355 (Leggatt), £8 i8s. 6d. 

42 Teniers, " Boors before a Fire," 7J x 6 (Leger), £2 2s. 

43 DiJrer School, " Ecce Homo," 30 x 24J (Bell), ^£'22 is. 

44 Gainsborough, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in blue coat, 291^ x 24J 

(Millerton), £n us. 

45 Wouverman, P., " Landscape," it)J x 25I (Goode), ;^IS 'S^. 

46 Romney, G., " Study of a Head," oval, 18 x 14 (Bailey), ;^ii us. 

47 Clouet, " Portrait of Francois IL," 12 x 9 (Hooper), ;£r23 2S. 

48 Early German School, " Saint Jerome in his .Study," 15J x 12 

(Laurence), £13 13s. 

49 Cosway, "Eloisa," 2gJ x 24^ (Renton), ^^5 15s. 6d. 

50 Loutherbourgh, P. J. De, R.A., 1801, " A View of Colebrook Dale by 

night," 255 X 41 (Mrs. Wheeler), £$ 5s. 

51 Dutch School, " Hilly f.andscape," 27^ x 38^ (Harries), ,^i8 i8s. 

52 Velde, Van De, " A Man-of-War and Shipping in a Calm," 39 x 48J 

(Nicholson), £2 12s. 6d. 

53 Ruysdael, " Landscape," 20 x 24I (Smith), ;^52 los. 

54 Loo, J. B. Van, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 3ii x 26J 

(Ellis), £iS i8s. 

55 Schoevaerdts, M., " Landscapes," a pair, on copper, 10 x 14^ 

(Mitschkofty), £g iqs. 6d. 

56 Dutch .School, " Head of a Gentleman," with black dress and lace 

collar, 12J X 7 (Keevil), £g gs. 

57 French School, " The Death of Adonis," 52 x 39 (Wright), £2 I2S. 6d. 

58 Raffaelle (.After), " The Madonna del Divine Amore," 34^ x 23 (Crome), 

;^3 'S-^- 
rg Bcrchem, " Travelling Peasants and Animals by a Ruin," 41 x 50 
(Bell), £iz 28. ed 



March 23, 1910. 163 

60 Stoop, D., " A Camp Scene," iij x 18 (Gray), £g 19s. 6d. 

61 Haringhs, D., " Portrait of a Gentleman," in grey gown, 14 x loj 

(Cohen), jC^ 6s. 

62 Teniers, " Itinerant Musicians," 16 x 13I (Miller), jCy 7s. 

63 Romney, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in blue coat, 29 x 25 (Wells), 

^6 '6s 

64 J. V. X., " The Great Fire at Antwerp," 23 x 19 (Hoddam), ^^5 15s. 6d. 

65 Dyck, Van, " The Three Children of Charles I.," 50 x 57 (Baer), 

£36 15s. 

66 Lawrence, " Portrait of the Duchess of Portland," 27 x 2if (Poole), 

67 Domenichino, " The Entombment," 28 x 21 (Ronton), £2 2S. 

68 Holbein, " Portrait of an Old Lady," in black dress, 13 x gj (Nicholson), 

J^I2 I2S. 

69 Tiepolo, " The Adoration of the Magi," 14I x loj (Webb), ^g los. 

70 Haarlem. C. Van. " Time Vanquishing Strength and Beauty," 13J x iq 

(Crome), £1 55. 

71 Wolstenholme, " .\ Huntsman and Hounds," 19 x 23 (Leggatt), :^22 is. 

72 Nasmyth, " The Skirt of the Wood," 17 x 23J (Collings), ^13 13s. 

73 Neer, Van Der, " River Scene," 6 x 7J (Parsons), £1 155. 

74 Early English School, "Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark coat; and 

" Portrait of a Lady," in yellow dress, a pair, 28 x 2i§ (Blake), 
.;^:o los. 

75 Harlow, " Head of a Girl," 20^ x 155 (Shepherd), £g 9s. 

76 Rubens. " The Ascension," 231 x 19 (Lewis and Simmons), ;^27 6s. 

77 Victoors, Jan, " Jacob journeying to meet Esau," 28 x 33 (Newall). 

;^ii OS. 6d. 

78 Stretes, G., "Portrait of Edward VL," 22i x 17! (Grant), ;£'i2 12s. 

79 Dutch School, " .'\ Woman and Children," 20 x 15 (Collings), £^ 4s. 

80 Lawrence School, " Head of a Young Lady," a sketch, unframed, 

26J X 19J (RentonI, ;^3 3s. 

81 Whentley, " Haymakers Resting," 135 x ii| (Bate), £^ 14s. 6d. 

82 Berchem, N. (.\fter), ' Peasants and Animals near a River," iSJ x 23} 

(Lister), ;^s 5s. 

83 Dawes, P., " The Death of the Miser," 27-^ x 35 (Crome), £4 4s. 

84 Camphuysen, " Farmyard Scene," 22J x 33 (Crome), £5 js. 

85 Seranover, T., " Flowers in a Vase," 2g| x 24I (Leger), ;^5 5s. 

86 Early English School, " Head of a Lady," oval, 15J x ii| (Renton). 

£5 5s- 

87 Early Engli>;h School. " Portraits of Isaac .Adams, Esq.," and of " Miss 

Maria .\dams,'' :i pair, oval 9J x yi (Brown and Phillips), ;^24 3s. 

88 Early English School, " Portr.iit of C. CoflRn, Esq.," oval, pj x 7J 

(.\d3ms), ;^i 15s. 

89 Berchet. P., "The Arts," 18 x 22J (Bell), £5 13s. 6d. 

go Dutch School " Masquerade Figures," a pair, 22J x igj (Leggatt), 

£25 4S. 
OT Velde, E. Van De, " A Town on a River,'' 42 x 46 (Smee), £S 8s. 
<)2 Neer, Van Der, " River Scene," 31^ x 43I (St. Hens^), £2g i8s. 
03 Colkett, S. D., " Woody Landscape," 14 x i6i (Crome), ;^5 5s. 

94 Early English .School, " .\ Boy," in red dress, standing in a land 

scape with n lamb, 22^ x 19 (Renton). £~i js. 

95 Goyen, Van, " Landscape," 15J x 23J (Neale), ;^9 9s. 

96 Crome, J., " Woody Landscape," 8 x 11 (Weekes), £n 14s. 6d. 



i64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

97 Bega, C. P., " An Interior," with two peasants, ii x 9^ (St. Hens^), 

£iy 17s. 

98 Decker, C, " River Scene," 18 x 25 (Weekes), £iy 6s. 6d. 

99 Harlow, " Portrait of Mrs. Norton, holding her young child," oval, 

34 X 27 (Poole), ^8 8s. 
99a Dutch School, " Portrait of Pym," 35^ x 28^ (S. T. Smith), ^£^3 3s. 

The property of a. gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

100 Allori, C, " Portrait of a Lady," in brown dress, 50 x 37 (Carfax), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

101 Baker, T. (of Bath), " A Herdsman Driving Cattle and Sheep across 

a Stream," 43 x 59 (Leggatt), ;£'22 is, 

102 Barlow, F., " Poultry and other Birds " (Pallant), ;£'i6 16s. 

103 Barret, G., R..\., " View from Richmond Hill," 29 x 47 (Leggatt), 

;£:ii lis. 

104 Berkheyden, G., " View of the Dam at Amsterdam," 39I x 49* 

(CoUings), ;^27 6s. 

105 Benvenuto, " The Madonna and Child," 17 x 11 J (Sackville Gallery], 

;^12 I2S. 

106 Buonconsiglio, " Saint Michael Slaying the Dragon," 27I x 34^ 

(Coureau), £i;\ iv- 

107 Calcker, Van, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress, holding a 

scroll, 41 X 28i (Huggins), £25 4s. 

108 Canaletto, " The Church of San Giovanni e Paolo, Venice," 47 x 59 

(Cohen), £g 9s. 

109 Carlevariis, L., " The Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice," 34 x 52 (Mrs. 

Wheeler), £8 8s. 
no Dutch School, " Fishing-Boats at the Mouth of a River," 24 x 374 
(Colnaghi and Co.), ;^ii iis. 

111 Early English School, "Portrait of J. F. Nollekens, R.A.," 28J x 24 

(Leggatt), ;^3 los. 

112 Goyen, J. Van, " River Scene," 15 x 22 (Cohen), £8 8s. 

113 Hayman, F., R.A., " The Kit-Kat Club." 44 x 55 (Cohen), ;^89 ss. 

114 Heem, J. D. De, " Fruit, Lobster and Still Life, on a Table," 27 x 43 

(Cohen), ;^37 i6s. 
lis Hogarth, W., " A Family Group," 27 x 34 (Cohen), ^^3 13s. 6d. 

116 Honthorst, " Portrait of Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange," igj x 16 

(Shepherd), £7 7s. 

117 Italian School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress with white 

collar, 42 X 35I (Parsons), £g gs. 
n8 Italian School, " Saint Catherine," 48 x 22 (Nicholson), ;£'n iis. 
119 Koninck, De. " View over a Landscape," i6£ x 23J (Hughes), £6 6s. 
lio Lawrence, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 29 x 24 (Greenstreet', 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

121 Lely, " Portrait of a Lady," in while satin dress, 28 x 24 (Cohen), 

;^i2 12s. 

122 Loutherbourgh, P. J. Dc, R.A., "Winter Landscape," 34 x 48 (Leggatt), 

£\6 i6s. 

123 Malton, J., " The Royal Exchange," 23* x 29} (Leggatt), j£:i6 5s. 6d. 

124 Murillo, " The Immaculate Conception," 72 x 50 (Oppington), £y 7s. 

125 Opie, J., R.A., " Musidora," 49 x 39 (Cohen), £13 13s. 



March 23, 1910. 165 

126 Oudinot, J., " River Scene," 9 x 17 (Tooth), ^'lo los. 

127 Poschinger, R. Van, " Low Tide," 16J x 37 (Schroedcr), £g gs. 

128 Ruysdael, " River Scene," 37 x 64 (Cohen), ;£89 5s. 

129 Scott, S., " Greenwich Hospital," 29J x 39 (Leggatt), £8 i8s. 6d. 

130 Sustermans, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown dress, 87 x 61 

(S. T. Smith), £:22 is. 

131 Sustermans, " Portrait of a Young Child," in blue and white dress, 

26 X 19 (Shepherd), ;£ri2 12s. 

132 Verelst, S.. "Fruit and Still life on a Table," signed, and dated 1663, 

30 X 24! (Cohen), -db 153. 

133 \\'heatley, " The Wane of the Honeymoon," 23 x 20 (Greenstreet), 

£3 3s- 

134 Wilson, R., R.A., " Italian Landscape." 37J x 52 (Renton), £2 10s. 
13s Wittel, G. Van, 1715. " A View in Rome," 21 x 42 (Buck), ^12 12s. 
136 Wouverman, " Soldiers and Peasants," 18 x 24^ (Cohen), j^23 2s. 



i66 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 2, 1910. The following had been removed 
from 13, Stratton Street, Piccadilly, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Duez, E., " Head of an Old Fisherman," pastel, iji x 14J (Misell, 

jun.), £2 5s. 

2 Heller, E., " Head of an Old Fisherman," " Reading the News," and 

" A Glass of Wine " (W. Permain), £,2. 12s. 6d. 

3 Heller. E., " The Glass-Seller," " Street Vendors," and " A Pifferari- 

Boy " (Pyke), £2. 2s. 

4 Heller, E., " Good News " and " A Quiet Smoke " (Glen), £c^ 5s. 

5 Maes, N. (after), " A Gentleman and his Family," and two Lithographs, 

after Birket Foster (Renton), £t, 3s. 

PICTURES. 

6 " The Courtship of OtTiello," 28 x 38J (Ward), £■}, 13s. 6d. 

7 " Woody Landscape," with a shepherd and sheep, 13 x 18 (Gooden and 

Fox), £\ IIS. 6d. 

8 Blanchard, " Blonde Tresses," 25 x 20J (M. Harris), £% i8s. 6d. 

9 Carlini, G., " A Venetian Fish-Seller," 47 x 30 (Mitchell), £■>, 3s. 

10 Cermano, 1893, " The Sheepfold," 50I x 62J (Sampson), £% ids. 

11 Coello, " Portrait ol a Lady," in rich white and gold dress, 25 x i8j 

(Renton), £y) i8s. 

12 Dutch School, " Portrait Groups," a pair, unfranied, 20 x 14J (Collings), 

£<) 9s. 

13 Galliac, L., " Contemplation," i7i x 14^ (Mitchell), £1 2s. 

14 Godward, J. W., 1888, " An Eastern Beauty," i7i x 15^ (Cremetti\ 

;^3S '4s- 

15 Hagelstein, P., " Sweepers in the Place Royale, Brussels," 32' x 46A 

(Skand), £-<, 3s. 

16 Harlamoff, A., " Head of a Young Girl," 19 x 14^ (Mitchell), ^ig 19s. 

17 Henner, H., " A Sorceress," 17 x 12 (Lee), ;^S4 12s. 

18 Janssens, " Portrait of a Lady," in slashed dress, with pearl ornaments, 

14 X 10 (Holland), £ti1 its. 

19 Koster, P., " An Old Watermill," and " A River Scene," n pair, 5 x 6^ 

(Amor), £\i lis. 

20 Landelle, Ch. 1898, " Le Commencement de la Vie," and " La Fin de 

la Vie," a pair, 2o|in., circular (Mitchell), j^23 2S. 

21 Vigi5e-le-Brun, " Portrait of a Lady," in yellovr dress, and her daughter, 

in mauve dress, 33 x 43 (White), ^"56 14s. 
27 Lynch, A., " Ready for ttie F^te," 13J x loj (Cremetti), £s, 5s. 

23 Mercler, " Portrnit of a L.-idy," reading a lettrr, 31 x 25 (Strakosch), 

£^1, 2S. 

24 Novelli, " His First Pipe," 24 x 18J (Collings), £2. 12s. 6d. 

25 Rennrd, E., " A Fair Mower-Seller," 33* x 23! 'Mitchell), £'i 3s. 

26 Renard, E.. " Feeding the Kitten," 21 x 17} (Cremetti), ^^23 2S. 



April 2, 1910. 167- 

27 Renard, E., " The Pet Cat," 17J x 21, ;£'2i. 

3g Renard, E., " Cherries," 15J x 12 (Mitchell), ;^ii lis. 

29 Renard, E., " Going to Market," I7i x 12 (G. Harris), £2 12s. 6d. 

30 Renard, E., " A Pierrette," 15J x 12J (Sampson), £1^ 3s. 6d. 

31 Ribot, E., " Head of an Old \\"on)an," 17J x 14 (Sackville Gallery), i6s 

32 Rondel, H. "A Brunette," 17-J x 14J (Amor), £^^ 12s. 

33 Roybet, 1"., " The Standnrd-Beurer," 505 x 36J (White), ^£^378. 

34 Sustermans, J., " Portrait of a Xobleman," in armour, 25 x i8| 

(Howard), £^0 8s. 

35 Vehrschmidt, E., " The Birds' Nest," 16J x 14I (Mackay), £2 12s. 6<J. 

36 Waller, M. L., " Portrait of a Young Girl," in white dress, 45 x 34 

(Leggatt), £^3 is 

The propeily of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

37 Cooke, E. VV., R.A., " Fishing-Boats at Anchor," 6^ x si (Grant), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

38 Fisher, Mark, " Overlooking the Bay, Antibes," gj x 13J (Smith),. 

;£'l2 12s. 

39 Glendening, A., 1903, " On the Terrace," 28J x 2i| (Grant), £2j 6s. 

40 Havell, VV., " .\ View on the Rhine," 61 x 10 (Edwards), ^^3 13s. 6d. 

41 Mole, J. H., 1878, " A Hampshire Lane," 4I x 6^ (Mitchell), £s ss. 

42 Montalba, Clara, 1885, " Middleburg," 18J x 29 (Barker), ;^42. 

PICTURES. 

43 Dell'acqua, Cesare, 1872, " Turkish Lady," 45 x 295 (Sinclair), ;£^io los. 

44 Breakspeare, W. A., " A Ward in Chancery," 27 x 35 (Sampson), £2^ 4s 

45 Carolus, J., 1872, " The Listener," 3ii x 40J (Lister), ;^g kj-.. 6d. 

46 Dawson, H., i860, "Stranded Fishing-Boats: Evening," 175 x 23J (W. 

Germain), £2^ 4s. 

47 Firmin-Girard, 1870, " The Two Mothers," 3ii x 44 (Levy), £^ 4s. 

48 Gregory, E. J., R-.A., " They'll Find Linen Enough on Every Hedge, "^ 

8 X 4J (Bluett), ;£'Jo los. 

49 Pavy, Philip, " Winding the Flock," 19 x 29 (Levy), ;^27 6s. 

50 Ward, J., R..^., 1823, " Cattle in a Landscape," 10 x 13! (Wood), £g gs. 
Soa Woutermacrtens, E., " The Return of the Flock," 19 x 50^ (Kyles), 

£35 MS- 

51 .Schoevaerdts, M., " Landscape," 11 x isJ (Bell), £^ 5s. 

The following were the property of a gentleman,, 
deceased. 

DRAWINGS. 

53 Hardy, T. B., " Portsmouth Harbour," 17^ x 27i (Bate), ;{^i6 i6s. 

53 Hardy, T. B., 1896, " Outward Bound," 6h x 18.V (Eve), ;£."i6 i6s. 

PICTURES. 

54 Brett, j., A.R..A., 1896, " South Stack Lighthouse," 39 x 72 (Lyons). 

i^ios- 



i68 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

55 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1883, " Ktrrera," 14I x 29I (Mitchell), £22, is. 

56 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1891, " Cardigan Bay," 14I x 29J (Lister), £22 is. 

57 Hurt, L. B., " In the Highlands, near Glencoe," 23J x 35I (Price), 

,58 Hurt, L. B., " Loch Torridon, Ross-shire," 23I x 35^ (Paul), ^^31 los. 

59 King, Yeend, " In the Garden," 235 x 17I (Horace), £,\(i 16s. 

60 King, Yeend, " The Village Street," 23^- x 17^ (Mrs. Newton), £,\(i i6s. 

61 Dutch School, " Figures Singing," 26 x 475 (Ford), £,2 12s. 6d. 

Different properties. 

DR.^WINGS. 

^2 Syer, J., " On the River, near Bettws-y-Coed," 195 x 29J (Robinson and 

Wikle), ^'27 6s. 
63 Morgan, Fred., " Who do you love best? " 32 x 24J (Vokins), ;^42. 
^4 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1869, " On the Clyde," \o\ x \%\ (Feltham), 

;6"44 2S. 
^5 Gruppe, Charles, " In the Shade," \2\ x 17^ (Blake), ^8 i8s. 6d. 
^6 Vrolyk, Jan, 1884, " In the Meadows," \o\ x 13I (Wyatt), ^"6 6s. 

67 Weegewys, H., 1905, " Kindling the Fire," 16J x 2o| (White), £,e^ 5s. 

68 Weegewys, H., " Boiling the Kettle," ii| x 8£ (Bough), £,-^ 3s. 

■69 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1852, "At Blantyre," 5I x gj (Norton), £,^ ss. 

PICTURES. 

70 Maris, W., " River Scene," 9 x i2i (Lord .St. Davids), ^9 19s. 6d. 

71 Duncan, E., 1881, " In the English Channel," 15J x 27^ (Mitchell), 

£,<j 19s. 6d. 

72 Maclise, D., R..\, 1847, " The Recruit," 245 x 29 (Pinner), £■] 17s. 6d. 

73 Nasmyth, Barbara, 1858, " Waterfall at Duncaird, Perthshire," 17J x 23J 

(Mace), £t, 4s. 

74 Pyne, J. B., " Venice," gjin., circular (Amor), £•] 17s. 6d. 

75 Herring, J.F., Sen., 1844, " Farmhorses in a Stable," 17 x 23 (Eyles), 

;^i8 i8s. 

76 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1881, " Catching Crabs," 7 x \o\ (Mitfthell), 

^5 SS- 

77 Godward, J. W., 1893, " The Mirror," 59 x 39 (Cremetti), ;^I47. 

78 Cooper, T. S., R..\., 1858, " Two Cows and :i Flock of .Sheep," 20.^ x 41^ 

(Lister), ;£'i2o iss. 

79 Cole, Vicat, R.A., and Cole, G., " Woody River Scene," with sheep, 

33* ^ 472 rr. Permain), ^68 5s. 
Zo Wilson, J., " Unloading the Fishing-Boats," 33J x 43^ (W. Permain), 

81 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " A Deerhound and Dead Stag," 18J- x 23J 

(Mitchell), ;^I7 17s. 

82 Linnell, J., Sen., " Woody Landscape," 14I x 11 (Sampson), £,^2 ids. 

83 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1859, " Cross Roads over the Heath," 25 x 39 

(Sampson), j£'3o gs. 

84 Adams, Douglas, " Loch Moran, West Coast of Scotland," 17^ x 29I 

(Sampson), £,'i iSs. 6d. 
«S Cafe, T. Watt, 1893, " Wreaths of Welcome," 12J x 24i (Mitchell;, 

£n >3S. 
fifi Carquharson, D., A.R.A., 1899, " Pilchards," n x igj (Read). £11 17s. 



April 2, 1910. 169 

87 Verwee, L., and Verboeckhovcn, E., " Woody Landscape," with figures 

and animals, ig-J x 285 (Cremetti), ^29 8s. 
S8 Ferneley, J., 1835, " ^'^2 E"'^ o' ^ memorable run with ihe Quorn," 

36 X 59 (Eyles), £\2 12s. 
Sg Armfield, G., " Terriers Ratting," a pair, 2oin., circular (Dewar), 

^"9 19s. 6d. 

90 Hancock, G., " The Poacher Alarmed," 27 x 35^ (Dell), ^76 6s. 

91 Davis, R. B., 1846, " Hampstead Heath," 26J x 35 iMarchand), ;£7i2 12s. 

92 Vincent, G., " Landscipe," 23 x 19 (Lewis), j^ig igs. 

93 Macwhirter, J., R..'\., " Flowing Down to the Sea," 315 x 47 (Ballance), 

^"68 5s. 

94 Crome, " River Scene: .Moonlight," 19J _x 23 (Edlmann), ;^8 iSs. 6d. 

95 Frere, Ed., 1866. " .^t Ecouen," an old courtyard, with a peasant- 

woman and child, 31 x 24^- (Hunt), ;^g gs. 
90 Houghton, G. H., R..\., " .\shes of Roses," 22 x i;^ (.\lleyn), ;^"3i los- 

97 Leader, B. W., R..\., " Leafy June," 24-^ x 32^ (Morton), £2^ 133. 

98 Reid, J. R., 1905, " The Cornish Coast," iij x 17J (Callard), ji^n 3s. 6d. 

99 Webb, J., 1878-9, " Near .Vmsterdani," 13I x 19J vl'auU, ^rs i8s. bd. 
100 Vickers, A., " On the Thames," 23 x 30 (Turner), ^^4 4s. 

loi Ravel, Jules, iSss, " Prince de Cond^," released by the High Constable, 
Montmorency, 46 x 67 (Sampson), ^14 14s. 

102 Levis, ^L, " .\ \'illnge in Burgundy," 14J x 23J (Smith), .;^26 5s. 

103 Levis, M., " On the River Marne," 14J x 23^ (Cremetti), j^i8 18s. 

104 Levis, M., "La Berge i St. Thibault," 14J x 2zi (Tee), £20 qs. 6d. 

105 Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Glen Sannox," 47 x 31J (Younger), £75 12s. 
J06 Webb, J., " .\ Gipsy Encampment: Evening," 36 x 53) (Eyles), ^£^54 12s. 
107 Moreau, Ch., " Cutting out the New Suit," 14J x 17J- (Pollock), ;^ii iis. 
!o8 Schreiber, Ch., " The Rehearsal," 14I x 17I (Sampson), £iy 17s. 

109 Benlliure, J., " A Procession in a Church at Seville," 12 x 8i (Cremetti), 

jC-il IIS. 

no Cakes, J. W., A.R..A., " River Scene," 7J x iij (Turner), £3 3s. 

111 Stark, J., " Woody Landscape," 13 x 17 (W. Permain), ;^22 is. 

112 Cooke, E. W., R.A., " Venice: General view of the Port," lo^ x i7i 

(Roe), ^"9 gs. 

113 Wyllie, C. W., 1902, " Blarkberrying," 50 x 29I (Oliver), £ij 17s. 

The property (Of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

114 .\llingham, H., "A Quiet Corner: Canipiello della Strope, Venice," 

9I x 7 (Sampson), £y 7s. 
JIS Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1855, "The Three Singers: ' Longfellow", ' 
three In one frame (Amor), £21. 

PICTURES. 

116 Bias, O. I., " The Enchantress," 38 x 24I (Bell), £16 i6s. 

117 Breakspeare, W. A., " The \icar of Wakefield," 21^ x 35^ (Dell), ;£;3i. 
!i8 Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1889. " Gk-nlyon," 15! x j.ji (Samp>on), £21. 
iig Galofr^, B., " Le Roi s'Amuse," 29 x jo (Eade), ^£^65 2S. 

120 Gow, A. C, R.A., 1875, " .Mrs. B.iddeloy at the Pantheon," .;n x 47 
(Bell), ;^t89. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



121 Joanowitch, P., " Lighting his Pipe," 12^ x gi (Gray), £m 14s. 

122 IVIulIer, L. P., " The Eastern Letter-Writer," igi x 26I (Moore, £1 5s. 

123 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., " Waitin' for the Praties," 14 x 20 (Sampson), 

£110 ss. 

124 VVardle, Arthur, " Tlie Flute of Pan," 60 x 42, Royal Ac.idemy, 1899 

(Lord St. Davids), .^'s? 153. 

The property |Of a gentleman. 

DRAWING. 

125 Fripp, G A.. " Richmond Castle, Yorlcshire," 26 x 48 (Jessop), ;^i8 iSs. 

PICTURES. 

126 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1852, '• Bragozzi on the Lagoon, Venice, near the 

Giudetca," 26^ x 42a (Vicars), £31 los. 

127 Creswick, T., R.A., " The Ford," 21 x 28 (Vicars), ;£'2i. 

128 Duffield, W., 1850, "Fruit and still life," 16J- x 22I (Vicars), £y 17s. 6d 

129 Egg, A. L., R.A., " A Scene from ' The Fortunes of Nigel,' " i3|- x io\ 

(White), £t, 3s. 

130 Egley, W. Maw, i8s9. " Cardinal Richelieu, in the dress of a Spani.sh 

Jester, dancing the Saraband before Anne of Austria," 24J x 45 
(Ellis), ;£2:. 

131 Jones, C, 1881, " On the Hampshire Downs," 23! x 40 (Sampson), 

£3^ los. 

132 Poigndestre, C. H., 1859, " Cyclopean Gateway at Segni, near Rome," 

29J X 46 (Leyton), ;^5 5s. 

133 Poigndestre, C. H., 1879, " Market Day at Grotta Ferrata," 19J x 24 

(Bale), £7 7s. 

134 Pyne, J. B., 1853, " Sorrento from the Convent of Saint Antonio," 

24^ X "■.-{ (Sampson), £y,q i8s. 

135 Roberts, D., R..A., 1827 "'The Interior of Westminster Abbey," 3oi x 24 

(Wood), £s ss. 

136 Schendel, P. Van, 1851, "Market-Women: Candlelight," 30 x 23} 

(Vicars), ^^21. 

137 Wallis, H., 1857, " The Sculptor, Stratford-on-Avon," 15J x 21 (Shepherd), 

£^r> is'5- 
The property of a gentleman. 

DRAWING. 

138 Wainewright, T. F., 1862, " Cattle ne.nr the Coast," 8J x 23J (Turner), 

£9 9S- 

PICTURES. 

139 .'Vdauis, J. Clayton, " Autumn," 15 x 23 (Sampson), j^S i3s. 6d. 

140 Beers, Jan Van, i88r, " Going to the Ball," 12^ x 9 (Amor), ;^2i. 

141 Beers, Jan Van, 1881, " An Albanian Girl," 12I x 9 (Amor), £6 i6s. 6d. 

142 Beul, H. De, 1871, " Ewes, Lambs, and Poultry," 23 x 315 (Cremetti). 

£11 OS. 6d. 

143 Coleman, W. S., 1902, " Feeding (he Swan," 23I x 35I (Mitchell). 

£31 los. 



April 2, 1910. 171 

144 Dniwaille, A. J., and Verboeckhoven, E., " Landscape wilh a 

peasant driving animals." 17 x 27 (Cremetti), £ii iis. 

145 Ellis, Edwin, " Where Sea and Millstieam meet," 17A x 3_>.', (Mitchell), 

;£'ii lis. 

146 Fletcher, Blandford, " Wareham, Dorset: Winter evening," iij x i?} 

(Fordham), /Tg 9s. 

147 Harlamoff, A., " Head of a Girl," 22^ x 17* (Sampson), ;^io los. 

148 Hayes, E., R.H..\., "The Harbour of Genoa," 17^ x 271 ( 1 urner), 

;^I0 los. 

149 Hillingford, R., " The Repulse of the Imperial Guard at Waterloo," 

•7i X 23-i (Leger), ;^I5 15s. 

150 King, Yeend, " The Quiet Stream," 19I x isJ (Howard), ;^ii os. 6d. 

151 Parton, Ernest, " On Lake Windermere," 2r)i \ 14 (Collings), j£n 4s. 

152 Parton, Ernest, " A Corner of the Lake, near Haslemere, Surrey," 

i7i X ii| (Watkins), £$ 5s. 

153 Semenowsky, E., '' A Captive," loj x 33J (Mitchell), £y 17s. 6d. 



172 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 4, 1910. The following were sold by order of 
the Executors of Robert Hannah, Esq., deceased, late of 
82, Addison Road, W . 

ENGRAVINGS. 

1 " Midsummer Night's Dream," after Sir E. Landseer, by S. Cousins, 

artist's proof (Vicars), £5 SS- 
a " The Prison Window," and " The Spanish Gipsy Mother," after J. 

Philip, R.A., by T. O. B.irlow (Parkyn), ^i los. 

3 "Diffidence," and "Confidence," after R. Hannah, by S. Bellin; and 

another (withdrawn). 

DRAWINGS. 

4 Frost, W. E., R.A., " Classical Figures " (Carroll), £1 8s. 

5 Phillip, C. B., " A Highland Loch," and " A Highland Pass " (Palmer), 

£i 15s. 

6 Roberts, D., R.A., " The Interior of St. Stephen's, Vienna," and " The 

Interior of a Church," a pair, 13! x g^ (Carroll), ;^3 5s. 

7 Vacher, C, " The Pyramids of Ghizeh," 9 x 275 (Buizand), £^ 5s. 

PICTURES. 

8 Cooke, E. W., R.A., " Etretat ClifTs," io| x 14a (Lister), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

9 Cooke, E. W., R.A., " A Stranded Boat, Etretat," yl x joi (Leger), 

£,2 12s. 6d. 

10 Cooke, E. W., R..A., " Lagune of Venice in the Rainy Season," 4J x loj 

(Eyre), £2 5s. 

11 Hannah, R., " Lady Northumberland and Lady Percy, dissuading the 

Earl from joining the wars against Henry IV. : Scene, Warkworth 
Castle. ' Henry IV., Part II.,' An ii.. Scene 3." 44 x 73 (Sampson), 
£3 los. 

12 Hannah, R., " The Morning Greeting," 20 x 30 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

13 Hannah, R., " Refreshing the Weary," 22I x 19 ^Sampson), ^£,"13 13s. 
J4 Hannah, R., " The Old Oak Chest," 23^ x 18 (Sampson), £5 ss. 

15 Hannah, R., " Portrait of a Young Lady, in N'enetian dress," 24 x 20 

(Sampson), ;^i us. 6d. 

16 Hannah, R., " The Miniature," 14 x 12 (Cunningham), ^^i ns. 6d. 

17 Hannah, R., " Portrait of Cornelius Van der Geest," after Van Dyck, 

30J X 25i (Rutley), £2 los. 

18 Hannah, R., "The Good Samaritan." after Rembrandt; and "Venus 

and Cupid," after Titian (E. Smith), ;^4 14s. 6d. 

19 Hering, G. E., " Ben Ghuish, .\rran," " A View in Skye," etc. (Palmer), 

ao Hulme, F. W., " A Lane at Pyrford, Surrey," 17^ x 23^ (Sampson), 

;^6 6s. 
31 Mutrie, A. F., 1859, " Flowers," loj x 8| (Eyrel, £3 13s. 6d. 



April 4, igio. I^^ 

22 Roinney, " Portrait of George Lennox, third Duke of Richmond," 20 x 15 

(Amor), ;^i6 16s. 

23 Seben, C. H. Van, 1857, " Taking Mine iiase," 16^ x ij^ (Parkyn), 

;^5 153. 6d. 

The property of a lady. 

SKETCHES AND STUDIES BY P. DE WINT. 

24 " A Castle on a Hill," 8| x 12 (Shepherd), j^2 5S- 

25 "A Village Scene," 9J x 2i| (Falser), £1. 

36 " A Highland Cottage," and " A Highland Valley " (Wise), £1 las. 

37 " Officers in Uniform," a pair, 14 x 10 (Wise), 15s. 

28 " Female Figures," " Bathers," etc. (Hood), i8s. 

29 " Studies of Horses " (Lewis), iss. 

30 " .A Shepherd," " A Fisherman," and " Gipsy Women " (Palmer), 

£1 JOS. 

31 " A Landscape," and " Trees " (Palser), £^ 8s. 

32 " Gipsy Women," and " Shrimpers " (Morris), ^i. 

33 " A River Scene," with a rustic bridge, and " An Old Cottage,** 

black and white (Reid), £2. 

34 " Studies of Trees and Water," ditto (Mrs. Callard), £2. 

35 " A Valley," and " Trees and Cottage," ditto (Leggatt), £2. 

The property of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

36 Bennett, W., " A Coast Scene," and " The Bay of Naples " (Ward), 

£1 2S. 

37 Callow, W., " Frankfurt," 8 x 13J (Vicars), £6 los. 

38 Evans, W. (of Eton), " Italian Coast Scenes " (Amor), £2. 

39 Evans, W. (of Eton), "Sheep-Shearing"; and "A Lake Scene," by 

W. L. Leitch (Christmas), £2. 

40 Fripp, G. A., " Cader Idris, " and " Splugen " (.Amor), ;^3 3s. 

41 George, Ernest, " Mantes "; and " Coast Scenes," by E. Hayes, R.H..\., 

tvvo in one frame (Leger), £2. 

42 Holland, J., 1857, " The Church of the Redentore, Venice," 14J x 20J 

(Wyatt), ;£'ii OS. 6d. 

43 Leitch, W. L., 1853. " Glenartney," i2| x 18 (Leaf), £t^ 15s. 

44 Leitch, W. L., 1856, " Dunglass," 8J x 13 (Vicars), £i 3s. 

45 Lundgren, E., " A Spanish Water-Carrier," and " .A Spanish Peasant " 

(Upperton), £1 55. 

46 Lundgren, E., " Heads of Girls " (Hardy), £1 :5s. 

47 Richardson, T. M., i868, "On the River Orchy," 13! x 26 (Vicars), 

£5 Ss. 

48 Willis, H. B., " Studies of Cattle," five, in two frames (Bell), £1 los. 



Different properties. 



DRAWINGS. 



49 Varley, J., " A View of Mettingham Castle," 161 x 22I (Leggattl. £1 5s. 

50 Watteau (.After), " .A FSte Champfitre," 13J x 19 (Upperton). £6 6s. 



174 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

51 De Wint, P., " River Scene," 8| x 15I (Falser), ^^4. 

52 Crome, J., "A View on the River near Thorpe, Norwi?*:." s'l.; 

II X 8 (Turner), £4 14s. 6d. 

53 Reid, J. R., " On the Crabbing-Ground near Filey," g| x 14 ( 'u .ni-i , 

^10 lOS. 

54 Petrie, Graham, " Arabs playing Draughts," 6 x gi (Carroll), £1 is. 

55 Pradilla, F., " Le Brevet," ig x 12J (Woodhouse), ^12 12s. 

56 Tayler, F., 1873, " The Kennels," 13a x igi (Fyfe), ;£i7 17s. 

57 Tayler, F. i86g, " Hawking," 8J x iij (Pitt), £8 18s. 6d. 

58 Joly, F., " Heads of Girls," panels, a pair, 2ii x lyj (Mile), £6 6s. 

59 Joly, F., " Portrait of a Lady," pastel, 25 x 18J (Pyke), £2 12s. 6d. 

60 Dvck, Sir A. Van (after), " Portrait of Francis Russell, Fourth Earl of 

Bedford," by Satchwell, 7 x 5J (Gooden and Fox), £2 2s. 

61 Scott, E., A.R .'\., " .'V Village Boy," pastel, 12 x 10 (Jessop), ;^i6 i6s. 

62 Mayor, Fred., " Fisher-Girls at Staithes," and " The Musical Instrument- 

Maker " (Hoyland), £7 ys. 

63 Mayor, Fred., " The Town Crier," and " A Reaper " (Hoyland), ;^s 5s. 

PICTURES. 

64 Jackson, F. W., " The Toy Boat," gf x 17I (Hoyland), £y 7s. 

65 Mayor, Fred., " At ScatUngs, near Staithes," 29 x 39I (C. H. Hoyland), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

66 Mayor, Fred, " In the Orchard," 17J x 23^ (Palmer), £2. 

67 Moore, H., R.A., 1882, " Fowey, Cornwall," 16 x 25! (Leaf), ^^27 6s. 

68 Fisher, D., " The Mill-Stream," 4I x 8i (Wright), 14s. 

69 McLachlan, H., 1883, " Moorland Scene," 22J x 33I (Ward), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

70 Stark, E. igo6, " The Windmill," 13 x g| (Ward). £2 5s. 

71 Stark, E., " Landscape," gi x 13 (Ward), £2 ss. 

72 Stark, E., " A Pasture, with cows near a pool," 8^ x 15J (Eccles), 

£2 5S- 

73 Ladell, E., " Fruit, Flowers and Still Life," 13 x ii-| (Sampson), 

£15 4s. 6d. 

74 Goodman. Maude, " The Love-Letter," loj x 8 (Weeks), £7 17s. 6d. 

75 Constable, " Landscape," 11 x 15 (A. N. Smith), ;^i. 

76 Stark, " Woody Landscapes," a pair, 7x9 (Gooden and Fox), ^8 i8s. 6d. 

77 .Adams, J. Clayton, 1S95, " In the Surrey Woods," 13 x igj (Howe), 

£2 2S. 

78 Adams, J. Clayton, " A Weedy Corner," 2ig x 37J (Carroll), £2 12s. 6d. 

79 Blake, " Dead Game on a Table," 93 x ii| (Dew), £2 12s. 6d. 

So Levis, M., 1888, " On the Banks of the Seine," io| x 15^ (Cremetti), 
£5 15s- 6d. 

81 Stannard, J., 1872 " Farm Scene," 24J x 295 (Pyke), £2 13s. 6d. 

82 Morgan, Fred., " The Golden Wedding," 37 x 49 (Morley), ;^73 ids. 

83 Frith, W. P., R.A., iSqS, "In the Conservatory: A critical moment," 

24 J X 20 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

84 Philip, J., R..A., " A Spanish Peasant," 295 x 24-I (Wilde), los. 6d. 

85 Cotman, J. S., " .An Old Gateway at Monmouth," 205 x 25 (Huggins), 

86 O'Connor, J. A., " River Scene," 13J x iij (Eale), ^^i iis. 6d. 

87 Mijller, W., 1845, " Two Turkish Boys by a Pool," iij x 15J (Hollidge), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

88 MiJlIer, " Ruins near the Coast," ii-J x 15I (Huggins), ^^5 js. 

89 Chambers, G., " The Bombardment of .Algiers," a sketch for the picture 

in Greenwich Hospital, 17^ x 28 (Earl), £3 13s. 6d. 



April 4, 1910. 175 

no Ladell, E., " Fruit and Still Life," aoj x 16J (Howard), ;/!'28 7s. 

91 G.A., " The Emigrant Ship," i7Jin., circular 'Reid), ;/?!. 

9; Fowler, Robert, " Perseus and Andromeda," 44 by 70 (Lewis), jC-Io ios. 

<;3 Linnrll. J., Sen., " A View at Southampton," 8 x 10 (Holland), £is '5- 

q4 Nieni::nn, E. J., 1S70-5, " Cheddar Cliffs." 24 >; 33 (Woo:l). ;^5 5s. 

95 .Andrews, H, 1851, " .\ Fete Champetre," 31J x 44 fwithdrawn). 

96 Liverdonck, F. Van, 1861, " Ewes, Lamb, Pouliry .nnd Ducks," 19 x 25^ 

(withdrawn). 

97 Wilson, J., " Morning," and " Evening," Coasi scenp-^. with shipping. 

a pair, 13I x 255 (withdrawn*. 

98 Ward, J., R..^. " \ White Hor?e." in a landscape, cj x iif (ForesI, 

£^ ,s. 

99 Constable, J., R.A., " Ploughing," 8 x 20J (Langley). ^:2 r2S. 

100 Collyer. Margaret, 1905, " .An .Airedale Terrier," 15I x loi (Landstei'n), 6s. 
loi Mutrie, M. D.. ".Azaleas:" .-^nrl " Camelias." by .\. F. M-Jtrie, on panel 

(Hood). ;/:r. i6s. 6d. 
102 Gallon, R., " Near Barmouth,'" u] x 17I (Turner), ^£'4 4s. 
'03 Chaigneau. F., " La Mere aux Peupliers," on panel, 6 x SJ (Mitchelil, 

£8 Ss. 

104 Armfield, G.. " Spaniels and Woodcock," 33^ x 44 (Lister'. ;^12 12s. 

105 Millar, J. H C, "A Rocky Coast," 23I x 35! fCovingtor '. ;^8 iSs. td 

106 Niemann, E. J., 1S63, " Wookey Hole, Somerset," 27 x 35 (Wyke), 

£S 15s. 6d. 

107 Creswick, " Woody River Scene." 25^ x 31 (Bruce), ^£.4 14s. 6d. 

The property of a gentlem.in. 

DRAWINGS. 

in8 .Mlingham, H.. " Sunflowers," 7x6 (Sampson). ;£Ti2 12s. 

109 Cooper, T. S., R.A., " Cattle and Sheep," and " The I ost Sheep." 

pencil, two in one frame (Sampson X £2 2S. 
no Corrodi, S., 1870, " The Bay of Ischia," and " Pozzuoli," a pair, 7J x uj 

(Amor), £2 5s. 
Ill Crane, Walter, 1887, "A Bit o.'' Blue"; and "Stranded Boats," by J. H. 

Mole, iSjQ. pf6 IOS. 
U2 Foster, Birket, "Melrose .Abbey," pencil, heightened with white, 5x8 

(Sampson), Tos. 6d. 
;i3 Hermans, F. O., '■ Towing a Barge," 9 x 185 (Tooth), j^i6 16?. 

114 Leitch, R. P., "A Ruined .\lbey," and "A Ruined Castle: Sunset' 

(Leger), £z >3S- 6A. 

115 Linton. W., ".A River Scene," and " .A Valley Scene," a pair. 12 x 17 

(\\'. Permain), jC^ 4^ 
n6 Poole, P. F., R.A., "The Gipsy's Toilet." 18 x 14 (Sampson), £/i 4s. 
117 Pyne, T., 1888, " A Hayfield near Sandwich." 13 x 21 (Peters), £2 13s- f"'- 
:i8 Roberts, " The Interior of Caen Cathedral," 15^ x 12J (withdrawn). 
J19 Roberta, D., R..A., " Venice," 7* x ii (Leggatt), £7 7s- 
120 Webb, J., "The Rock of Gibraltar," 9 s 13I (Mitchell). £2 15s. 

PICTURES. 

12J Adams, J. Clayton, ".\ Surrey Lane," 14^ x igj (Sampson), ;^s 55. 

122 Barker, T. (of Bath), " A Landscape," 12 x 9* (Bell), £7 7S- 

123 Cowper, T., 1895. " Good News," 25 x 19 (Sampson), ;£:i7 17s. 



176 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

124 Eisenhut, F., 1886, " An Eastern Sheep," i8i x 12 (Sampson), £10 10s. 

I2,s Frost, W. E.. R.A., " The Sea Cave," oval, 16 x 18^ (Lawrence), ^^23 2S. 

126 Heffner, K., " Winter in Bavaria," 15 x i8| (Sampson), £6 6s. 

127 Long, Edwin, R.A., " Spanish Gipsies," 37-J x 29J (Bale), ;^2i. 

128 Orfei, O., " Preparing for the Festa," 24^ x 19 (Sampson), ;^22 is. 

129 Paw, Ph., 1878, "A Landscape wilh Faggot-gatherers," and " On 

the Thames," by J. Aumonier (Cubitt), ;^3 los. 

130 Peel, J., " A Woody Valley," is| x 25* (Sampson), £7 I7S- 6d. 

131 Pritchett, E., '"The Piazza," and "The Piazzetta, Venice," a pair, 

23J X 19J (Sampson), ;^io los. 

132 Probst, C, 1877, " Bartering,'^ 81 x gj (Mitchell), ;^26 ss. 

133 Raffaelli, J. T., " On the Banks of the Seine," 12 x 16 (Knowles), £2:^ 2S. 

134 Ruin, Horace Van, " The Cigarette," igi x 9I (Knowles), ^^5 5s. 

135 Schgoer, " Returning Home," 8J x 7 (Sampson), £g 19s. 6d. 

136 Wardle, .'\rthur, " A Girl Reading in a Garden," 15 x iij (Sampson), 

£2 2S. 

137 Webb, J., 1865-6, " Landscape," 23J x 35 (Turner), £7 17s. 6d. 

138 Wyllie, C. W., " A Town on the Italian Coast," 13J .■£ 2oi (Sampsoni, 

£2 2S. 

139 Wyllie, C. W., " A Seaport, near Naples," oj x 17^ (Sampson), £2 2s. 



April 7, igio. 177 



April 7, 1910 (First Day's Sale). Collection of 

engravings, drawings, and pictures of Montague J. Guest,. 
Esq., deceased, late of A 5, The Albany, Piccadilly, W., 
and 14, Brunswick Square, Brighton. 

U^ifratncd. 

1 "The Birthday Gift," 7 plates, by P. W. Tomkins; "The Birth and 
Triumph of Cupid," 26 plates, by the same; Les Jeux de la Poup^e, 
and a Poem, with illustrations by the same (Parsons), £t, 3s. 

3 Illustrations of the Stafford Collection of Pictures, etc., printed on satin 
and linen; and a large number of small Plates, Allegorical Subjects, 
etc., by the same (Parsons), ;^I2 12s. 

3 " The Duchess of Norfolk," after De Heere, by P. W. Tomkins; " The 

Royal Rose," by the same; "Sporting Subjects" in colours (4), 
and a number of Lottery Tickets, Book-plates, etc, by the same 
(Rimell), £s 15s. 6d. 

Fratned 

4 " Autograph letters and Mementoes of the late Rt. Hon. W. E. Glad- 

stone and Lord Beaconsfield "; and a " Collection of Notices and 
Tickets of .Admission to Coronations, State Funerals, Celebrated 
Trials, etc " (Pollard), .;^32 us. 

MEZZOTINTS PUBLISHED BY CARRINGTON BOWLES: 
SAYER & BENNETT, &c. 

5 " Tragedy Burlesqued, or the Barber turned Actor "; " French Priva- 

teers Crusing in the English Channel"; "The Pit Door"; and 
" The Return from a Masquerade " (Rimell), £2 2s. 

6 " Polly's Lamentation "; " The Gipsy Fortune Teller "; and " Labour 

in Vain, or Fatty in Distress "; "A Nettle between Two Roses "; 
" Paulo Purganti and his Wife"; and "Search the world you'll 
seldom see — Handsomer folk than we three " (Capt. Jocelyn), £?5 5s. 

7 "A Decoy for the Old as well as the Young "; "The Macaroni Court- 

ship Rejected "; " Sleight of hand by a Monkey "; and " How d'ye 
like me " (Spencr), £2 2S. 

8 "The Honeymoon "; " Six weeks after Marriage"; "The Appointment 

overheard and prevented"; and " Ensign Rosebud reposing himself 
after the fatigues of the Parade " (Pollard), £(} 9s. 

q "The Angelic .'\ngler"; "The Contemplative Charmer"; and "A 
Man-trap," cut, (Bruzand), ;^37 i6s. 

10 " The Studious Beautv "; "A Young Wanton "; and " The Contem- 
plative Charmer," cut (Bruzand), £i6 i6s. 

n " Spring and Winter "; " The Pleasure of Life "; "A Trip to Black- 
heath "; and " The Drunkards' Arms " (Dancocks), ;^s 15s. 6d. 



178 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

12 " An Officer in the Light Infantry "; " Kitty Coaxer "; " Miss Tipapin 

going for all Nine "; and " The Skaters " (Pollard), £13 13s. 

13 " The Pretty Waterwoman "; " The Pretty Barmaid "; and " The Fea- 

ther'd Fair in a Fright '' (Rimell), ;^6 i6s. 6d. 

14 " A Morning Frolic "; " The Manchester Hero "; and " The Sailor's 

Present " (Brown and Phillips), £2 '3^- ^'^■ 

15 " The Ladies' Shooting Pony "; " The Sudden Explosion "; and " An 

Actress at her Toilet " (Pollard), j£'6 16s. 6d. 
i5 " The Bargain Struck "; " The Fair Penitent "; " An Alarum for the 
Drowsy"; and "January and May" (Rimell), £6 6s. 

17 " Bob Blunt in a Maze, or Female Fashionable Folly "; " An Evening's 

Invitation "; " The old free Method of rousing a Brother Sportsman " 
(Brown and Phillips), £2 12s. 6d. 

18 "Two Privateers attacking a Man-of-war"; "An English sloop 

engaging a Dutch Man-of-war "; " Captain Jessamy "; " Lady 
Gorget"; and "A real Scene in St. Paul's Churchyard on a Windy 
Day " (F. Daniell), £7 17s. 6d. 
ig " The Fashionable Dresses for the Year 1775 "; and " Narcissus and 
the Nymph Echo " (F. Daniell), £y 7s. 

20 " A St. James' Beauty "; "A St. Giles' Beauty "; " The Contemplative 

Charmer"; and "The Studious Beauty" (F. Daniell), £g gs. 

21 " The Months of March, April, May, June, July, August, September, 

and November," after R. Dighton (Pollard), j£2y 6s. 

22 " The Seasons," a set of four in one frame; " The Months," a set 

of twelve small plates in four frames; and "The Elements," after 
R. Pyle, four in one frame (Barnard), £<^ 4s. 
^3 " A Woman "; "A Mantrap "; " The Fair Florist "; " Like Mistress 
— Like Maid "; " Fording the Brook "; and " The Studious Beauty," 
small plates (Woodrow), £1 :is. 6d. 

24 Humorous Male and Female subjects, small plates (Parker), £2 5s. 

25 " Melody "; " Pretty Maid Asleep "; " On the Wings of Love "; and 

others, small plates (Parker), £2. 

26 " Taking Water for Vauxhall "; "A Fool and his Money's soon 

Parted"; and five others, small plates (Powell), £2. 

27 " Humours of May-day "; " Age and Folly "; " Sal Dab giving Monsieur 

a Receipt in Full "; and " A Scene in Duke's Place " (Spencer), 
j€i SS- 

28 "The Invitation, or Camp Politeness"; "Corporal Cartouche and Miss 

Camp-love "; and " A Lugtail Privateer " (Spencer), £3. 

29 "St. James's Park"; "The Invitation, or Camp Politeness"; "A 

Scene under the Piazza, Covent Garden"; and "The Military 
Beauty " (W. Sabin), £5 155. 6d. 

30 " Damon and Pastora "; " The Ruined Girl "; "Jack Oakham Throwing 

out a Signal for an Engagement "; "The Young Wanton "; and 
" The Private Correspondence, or Betty in the Secret " (Rimell), 

31 " The Sporting Duchess "; " An English Privateer "; " The Slip "; 

" On the Wings of Love "; and " The Road to Ruin," proof (,\mor), 
£7 7S. 

32 "The Miller Making Love," by R. Pollard; and two others (Pollard), 

£S ISS- 6d. 

33 "The Fair Penitent"; and "A Lady in a Tent," proofs before any 

letters (Gooden and Fox), £g 19s. 6d. 



April 7, 1910. 179 

34 " The Love Letter "; and " The Fair Tutoress," published by J. 

Birchall (Rimell), £3 3S- 

35 " Proverbs, Chapter VIL." after J. R. Smith, a pair (Sabin), £i^ 3s. 6d. 

36 " Proverbs, Chapter IX.," after the same (F. Daniell), j£'ii os. 6d. 

37 " The St. James's Beauty "; and " The St. Giles's Beauty," published 

by Laurie & Whittle; and another (Barnard), £1 is. 

38 " Persuasion "; " Consideration "; " Resolution "; and " Conclusion," 

published by L. Phillips, 1786, a set of four (Rimell), £2 2S. 

39 "The Frenchman in London"; and "The Englishman in Paris," after 

J. Collet, by C. White and J. Caldwall," a pair (Amor), ;^2 los. 
^0 " Strephon and Phillis " ; "A Tent Scene"; and "The Singing Bird," 
published by W. Humphrey (Parker), /TiS iSs. 

41 "The French Gentleman in London"; "The Village Doctress"; "The 

Lovely Sacarissa "; r nd "The Sympathy of Love and Harmony," 
by J. Jones, published by W. Humphrey (Barnard), ^3 3s. 

42 " The School for Love "; " Who Gains the Point "; " The Curious 

Maids "; "A Side Box "; " Old Wheatsheaf in the Trap of Venus 
and Bacchus"; and "Jenny's Farewell" (Sotheran), £11 os. 6d. 

43 " The Dream "; " Conjugal Peace "; " The Maid of the Oaks "; " The 

Interview between Tom Jones and Sophia Western"; "A Young 
Hussey and Old Toothless "; and " Miss returning from a Visit " 
(Maggs), £g 193. 6d. 

44 " Corporal Cartouch and Miss Camp-love "; " The Camp Laundry "; and 

" The Sporting Lady," in colours (Pollard), £2 12s. 6d. 

45 " Obadiah Tempting the Pretty Milliner"; "A Lugtail Privateer"; 

and " Tempting an Admiral to engage," in colours (Parker), £2 3^- 

46 " Beauty in Search of Knowledge "; " The Elopement "; " The Military 

Lover "; " Ensign Rosebud "; " Persuasion "; " Bachelor's Fare "; 
and another, in colours (Rimell), £6 6s. 

47 " The Pretty Milliner's Deceitful Kisses "; " The Young Wanton 

Privateer "; and two others, in colours (Pollard), j^3 13s. 6d. 

48 "Filial Piety," by J. Daniell; "A Sea Nymph"; "Venus," by and 

after J. Cond5; and "Lord Nelson," in colours (Jacobsen), £2 155. 

49 " Mis-chance "; " Mis-take "; " Mis-conduct "; and " Mis-fortune," after 

J. Wickstead, a set of four ovals, printed in colours (Vaughan), 
/?ii OS. 6d. 

50 " Mrs. Corbyn," by Reading; " The Pretty Nursemaid," by and after 

J Pettit; " .^nn Allan," by Collyer; and another, in colours 
(Barnard), £2 153. 

51 & 52 "Mrs. Brooks," by Corbutt; "St. James'," and "St. Giles' 

Beauty," by Gleich, a pair; " Reading in Bed," in colours; "A 
Fleet of Smugglers with a Man-of-war in Tow"; "Two Bloods of 
Humour "; " The Bread and Butter Manufactory "; and " .An English 
.'iloop engaging a Dutch Man-of-war," in colours (Amor,', £^ 4s. 

53 "The Parrott "; "Like Mistress — Like Maid"; and " Chloe Caught 

Napping," in colours (Pollard), £s $s. 

54 " Two Privateers attacking a Man-of-war "; and " The Sentimental 

Charmer," in colours (Weil), /',2 12s. 6d. 

55 " Thi' Months," a set of twelve, published by D. Voisin, 1749; and two 

after Collet, printed in colours (Vokins), ;£'ii lis. 

56 " A Country Race," after W. Mason, by J. Jenkins, a pair (Collar), 

£S 8s. 

57 " The Gardens of Carlton House," after Bunbury, by W. Dickinson. 

in bistre (Pollard), ^11 lis. 



i8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

58 " An Airing in Hyde Park " and " Promenade in St. James' Park," 

after E. Dayes, by Gaugain, a pair (Fislier), /TzS 7s. 

59 "The Power of Innocence," after Stothard, by J. Strutt ; and companion, 

a pair, in bistre (E. Smith), £4 4s. 

60 " Caroline and Lindorf "; and companion, after the same, a pair, in 

bistre (Barnard), jQt, 3s. 

61 " Lingo and Cowslip," after H. Singleton, by E. Scott, open letter 

proof, in bistre; and " Love Vanquished by Avarice," by and after 
J. R. Smith (Gooden and Fox), jQ2 12s. 6d. 

62 " Rustic Courtship "; and companion, after E. Dayes, by R. Thew, 

a pair (Parsons), £^ 4s. 

63 "The Family's Happiness"; and "Family's Distress," after Cosse, by 

M. Place, a pair (E. Smith), £2 13s. 6d, 

64 "Celadon and Cecilia," after F. Wheatley, by P. Simon; and "An 

Interior with a Lady seated and Maidservant " (Parsons), ^£3 13s. 6d. 

65 " The Goldfinch," after F. Wheatley, by Bartolozzi; and two others 

(Barnard), £^ 14s. 6d. 

66 " Paternal Affection," after Stothard, by E. J. Dum^e; " Charlotte at 

the Tomb of Werter," by and after J. R. Smith; and two others 
(Fisher), £& 8s. 

67 " Lingo and Cowslip," after H. Singleton, by E. Scott; and " The 

Staffordshire Girl," by Hodgson (Brail), £1 is. 

68 " Morning," after \V. Hamilton, by P. W. Tomkins, proof before 

letters (Leggatt), j£Jio los. 
6g " The English and French Dressing Rooms," after C. .^nsell, by P. W. 
Tomkins, a pair, in bistre (A. Davis), j6^2i. 

70 Another pair, similar (Jacobson), £■] 7s. 

71 " Lydia," and companion, after Rev. W. Peters, by W. Dickinson, a 

pair, in red (Rimell), £6 6s. 

72 " The French Fireside," after Ansell, by P. W. Tomkins; and " A Lady 

seated at Breakfast," after W. Ward (W. Sabin), ^^4 4s. 

73 " The Sorrows of Werter," after G. R. Ryley, by T. Ryder, a pair; 

and " Hobnelia and the Spell," by and after J. R. Smith, a pair 
(Leggatt), £s 5s. 

74 " The Lovely Brunette," after W . Ward, by E. Williams (Parsons), 

75 Another of the same; and " An Evening Walk," by and after J. R. 

Smith, cut (Jacobson), £q 19s. 6d. 

76 " Scenes from Sterne's ' Sentimental lourney,' " after F. Wheatley, by 

Delattre, a set of three, in red; and "Ophelia," after Nixon, by 
F. Bartolozzi, in red (Rimell), £j 17s. 6d. 

77 "Sophia," after Rev. W. Peters, by J. Hogg; and "The Broken 

Pitcher," after Hoppner, by F. Jukes (Pollard), £is iSS. 

78 " The Broken Pitcher," after Hoppner, by F. Jukes, with wide margin 

(Pollard), ^26 ss. 

79 " The East End of the Town "; and " The West End of the Town," 

after H. Singleton, by R. Pollard, a pair (Parker), £^ 17s. 6d. 

80 "The Milk Maid"; and "The Dairy Maid," after H. Singleton, by 

Eginton, a pair (Dancocks), £6 i6s. 6d. 

81 " Lydia "; and companion, after Rev. W. Peters, by W. Dickin.son, a 

pair, in red (Rimell), £^ 4s. 

82 "The Samnite Marriages"; and "The Four Phials," after F. Wheatley, 

by W. Ward, a pair (Leggatt), £n 4s. 



April 7, 1910. iSi 

After T. ROVVLAXDSON. 

83 " Leap Year "; and " Dotage," by T. Smith, a pair (Hall), ;^io 10s. 

84 " Courtship in High Life "; and " Courtship in Low Life," by S. 

Aiken, a pair; and " Music has Charms "; and companion, a pair, 
coloured aquatints (Amor), jQ^ 14s. 6d. 

85 " Damp Sheets "; and " House Breakers," by T. Malton, a pair; and 

" Repose," coloured aquatints (Amor), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

86 " Don't he deserve it," and companion, by S. Aiken, a pair; and 

"Studious Gluttons," coloured aquatints (Amor), £6 16s. 6d. 

87 " House Breakers "; and " Damp Sheets," by T. Malton, a pair, 

coloured aquatints (Amor), j£y ys. 

88 " English Barracks "; and " French Barracks," by the same, a pair, 

coloured aquatints (Mrs. Hill), ^5 15s. 6d. 

89 " A French Family " and " An Italian Family," by S. Aiken, a pair, 

coloured aquatints (Amor), ^£'12 12s. 

90 " Dressing for a Birthday "; " Dressing for a Masquerade "; and 

" The Diner," a set of four in one frame, coloured aquatints (Amor), 
£6 16s. 6d. 

91 "Box Lobby Loungers," after Wigstead, by T. Rowlandson ; "The 

Married Man," after the same, by S. Aiken; and "The Fireside," 
by Williams, coloured aquatints (Pollard), ;£i6 i6s. 

92 " Vauxhall," by R. Pollard, aquatint in colours (W. Sabin), £ig 19s. 

93 " An Inn Yard on Fire "; and " Sudden Squall in Hyde Park," by 

T. Malton, coloured aquatints, a pair (Amor), jCs i.SS. 6d. 

94 " Damp Sheets "; " The French and Italian Families," a pair; and 

"French Barracks," by the same, coloured aquatints (Amor), 
;^S '5S. 6d. 

95 " The Dog and Duck Assembly Rooms "; " Lovers "; and two others, 

coloured aquatints (Amor), :£y 17s. 6d. 

96 " Love " and " Harmony," a pair; " At the Opera," by S. Aiken, a 

pair; "Lovers," a pair; and "The Doctor," coloured aquatints 
^Amor), £7 ys. 

97 " Narcissus," by G. Graham, printed in colours (Ellis and Smith), 

v:i20 15s. 

98 " Views in London," after P. Sandby, by E. Rooker, a set of five 

(Collar), ^26 ss. 

99 Views of London: "Piccadilly" and "The Obelisk," by and after 

Dagaty; "Tyburn Turnpike," after Rowlandson, by Schutz ; and 
" View of Baldock, Herts.," after Pollard, by F. Jukes, aquatints 
(Derby), ^^12 12s. 

100 Views of London: "Kensington Gardens"; "Kensington Palace"; "St. 

James' Park "; and " Buckingham House," after Maunskirsch, by 
H. Schutz, aquatints (Derby), £^2 is. 6d. 

101 " The Turnpikes of London," after Rowlandson and Dagaty, coloured 

aquatints (Parsons), £y y^- 

102 " Views of Windsor from the River," etc., after Dayes, by F. Jukes, 

coloured .nquatints (Pollard), ;^I5 15s 

103 " Waterloo Bridge," after Shepherd, by J. C. Stadler; " Southwark 

Bridge," after Gendall, by T. Sutherland, coloured aquatints; and 
" Vaur-ihall Bridge," by and after W. Daniell (Allen), VJg igs. 6d. 

104 " View of London from Blackfriars Bridge," after N. R. Black, by J. C 

Stadler, coloured aquatint (Pol!;irdl, ;^is 15s. 



i82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

los " Views at Battersea and Chelsea, 1784," after W. Beilby, by V. 
Jukes, a pair, coloured aquatints; and "A View of Carlton House," 
in colours (Amor), ^n 14s. 

106 " A Girl in a Large Hat, with Posy of Flowers," after Cipriani, by 

R. F^arlom; " A Lady in Large Hat, with Feathers "; and " A 
Lady seated, Reading a Letter," printed in colours (Berham), £15 153. 

107 " The Happy News " and companion, by and after E. Martin, a pair, 

coloured aquatints (Maggs), £y 7s. 

108 " Louisa "; and companion, by and after the same, a pair, coloured 

aquatints (Maggs), £g 19s. 6d. 

109 " Harmony "; and companion, by and after the same, a pair, coloured 

aquatints (Maggs), £n 4s. 

110 "The Pantiles Walk, 1748"; and "Figure Subjects" (3), in colours 

(Hyam), ;£j2 12s. 6d. 

111 "The Sportsman's Departure"; and "Return," by and after J. Cruik- 

shank and another, in colours (Pollard), ^s js. 

112 "Winter Amusement," after Ibbetson, by Tookey; and "Julia," after 

Wheatley, aquatints (Sabin), ^'g gs. 

113 " Les Caprices de la Goute," after P. Sandby ; " A Stranger at Sparta "; 

and companion, after the same; and another (Howard Jones), ;^3 los. 

114 & 1:5 "Tragic Readings"; "Comic Readings "; after R. Boyne, by 

C. Knight, a pair, open letter proofs; "The Disinherited Heir" 
and companion, after CoUings, by Pollard and Jukes, a pair; " A 
Sketch from Nature," after Rowlandson; and "A College Scene," 
after the same, by Williams (Stevens), j^8 i8s. 6d. 

116 "The Prelude to Wedlock"; and "The Farce of Matrimony," after 

T. Rowlandson, by J. Jones; "The Proposal"; and companion, and 
another (Amor), ;£8 8s. 

117 " Courtship," after W. Williams, by F. Jukes, coloured aquatint (Sabin), 

£30 18s. 

118 "Courtship"; and "Matrimony," after W. Williams, aquatints, by F. 

Jukes, a pair (Nattali), j^'es 5s. 

After G. MORLAND. 
iig "The Shepherd's Meal," by J. R. Smith (Dyson), £5 iss. 6d 

120 " Ale-House Politicians," by W. Ward (Lane), ^8 18s. 6d. 

121 " The Warrener," by the same (Eyles), :£'i8 i8s. 

122 "The Return from Market," by J. R. Smith; and "Milkmaid and 

Cowherd," by the same (Eyles), £37 i6s. 

123 " The Shepherds," by W. Ward (De Burlet), £6 6s. 

124 "Guinea Pigs"; and "Dancing Dogs," stipple, by T. Gaugain, a pair, 

in bistre (Pollard), /T47 .ss. 

125 "The Squire's Door"; and "The Farmer's Door," stipple, by B. 

Duterrau, a pair, in bistre (Smith), ^^'Se 2S. 

126 " Nurse and Children in the Fields," by G. Keating, etched letter proof 

(Colnaghi), :£'6s 2s. 

127 " The Deserter," by G. Keating, the set of four, proofs (Derby), ;^33 12s. 

128 "The Pleasures of Retirement," by W. Ward; "Idleness," by C. 

Knight; and "Constancy," by W. Ward (Jacobson), £( 6s. 

129 "The Miseries of Idleness"; and "The Comforts of Industry," by H. 

Hudson, a pair, open letter proofs (Sotheran), £4 4S. 

130 "Suspense"; and "The Delightful Story," by W. Ward, a pair; and 

" Scenes from ' Tom Jones,' " by E. Scott, a pair (Bertram), 
£iy 17s. 



April 7, 1910. 183 

131 "Rural Amusement"; and "Rustic Employment," by J. R. Smith, a 

pair, in bistre, wide margins (Sabin), j^g4 los. 

132 " Delia in Town "; and " Delia in the Country," by J. R. Smith, a 

pair, in bistre (W. Sabin), £4$ 6s. 

133 " The History of Loetetia," by J. R. Smith, a series of six plates, in. 

bistre (Parsons), ;^ig 19s. 

134 "The Farmer's Visit to his Married Daughter in Town"; and "The 

Visit Returned," by W. Bond, a pair (Dunthorne), j^'ig 19s. 

135 "The Soldier's Farewell"; and "The Soldier's Return," by G. 

Graham, a pair, in bistre (Dunthorne), £^2 lis. 

136 " The Woodcutter," by W. Ward, printed in colours (Barnard), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

137 " The Fruits of Early Industry and CEconomy "; and companion, by W. 

Ward, printed in colours (Vaughan), ^£^22 is. 

138 " The .•\ngler's Repast "; and " A Party Angling," by Ward and 

Keating, in colours (Weil), ^£'48 6s. 

139 " Juvenile Navigators," by W. Ward, printed in colours (Mallett), 

£79 i6s. 

140 "The First of September: Morning and Evening," by W. \\'ard, a 

pair, printed in colours (Mallett), :^1S2 .^s. 

141 " Jack in the Bilboes," proof; and " The Contented Waterman," by 

W. Ward, a pair (Pollard), ;£ii iis. 

142 " Temptation," by W. Humphreys, printed in colours (Colnaghi), ;£86 2S. 

143 " Suspense," by W. Ward (Ellis and Smith), £12 2s. 6d. 

144 " Variety," by W. Ward, printed in colours (Sabin), .£48 6s. 

145 " Rural Amusement "; and " Rustic Employment," by J. R. Smith, 

a pair, printed in colours (Sabin), ;£^120 15s. 

146 " Rural Amusement," by the same, printed in colours (Amor), £13 iss. 

147 "St. James' Park"; and "A Tea Garden," by F. D. Soiron, a 

pair, finely printed in colours (Mallett), ;£i3i 5s. 

148 " The History of Loetetia," by J. R. Smith, a series of six plates, 

printed in colours (Maggs), ;£riis los. 

149 " .\ Visit to the Boarding School "; and " Visit to a Child at Nurse,"' 

by W. Ward, a pair, printed in colours (Colnaghi), £2^7 5s. 



150 "Japanese Ladies," a pair; and "Figure Subjects," a pair, oval paint- 

ings on glass (Amor), £n 3s. 6d. 

151 " A Hymn," and " Cottage Interior," after W. Hamilton, by P. W. 

Tomkins; and "Chastity and Contemplation," after Lady Temple- 
town, by the same, a pair, printed in colours (Pollard), ^28 7s. 

152 " The Virgin and Child and St. John," after Raphael, by the same; 

and " Spring," " Autumn," and " Winter," after W. Hamilton, by 
the same, printed in colours (Pollard), ;£'28 7s. 

153 " Love," and " Felicity," after Cipriani and A. Kauffmann, by Bartolozzi, 

a pair; " The Careful and Careless Mother," a pair; and three others, 
printed in colours (Howard Jones), ;£"23 2s 

154 " Love and Fortune," and " Cupid and Psyche," after Cipriani, by 

Bartolozzi, a pair; and " Cupids," after Lady Beauclerk, by the 
same, a pair, printed in colours (Howard Jones), ;£J'22 is. 

155 "Spring," after W. Hamilton, by the same; "The Shepherd," and 

another, by and after the same; and " Sculpture," by the same, 
printed in colours (Vaughan) ;£'2i. 

156 "The Proposal," after Beechey, by J. R. Smith, printed in colours; and 

" M.Trried," after Rowlandson, coloured aquatint (Parsons), ;^5 ss. 



i84 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

J57 " A Foot Soldier," a " Sergeant of Infantry," a " Life Guardsman," and 

two others, after H. Bunbury, by F. D. Soiron, printed in colours 

(Amor), £8 Ss. 
158 " Music," and " The Two Sisters," after Cipriani, by M. Bovi, a pair, 

proofs, printed in colours (Pollard), j£iS 'Ss. 
J59 " Tom Jones," after J. Downman, by A. L. Clement, printed in colours; 

"Two Emblems," by P. W. Tomkins, printed in colours on linen; 

and " Tambarina," after A. Buck, by Wright (Howard Jones), 

£2g 8s. 

160 " The Months," by P. W. Tomkins, a set of twelve small plates in one 

frame; and " Infant Education," by the same, eight in two frames, 
(Gooden and Fox), j^i lis. 6d. 

161 " The Birth and Life of Cupid," by the same, printed in colours, twenty- 

five in four frames (H. Samuel), j^ii iis. 

162 " Calais and Praetextatus," after A. Kauffman, by Delattre and T. 

Burke, printed in colours (Gooden and Fox), £y 17s. 6d. 

163 " Palemon's First Sight of Lavinia," and " Sheep Shearing," after W. 

Hamilton, by P. W. Tomkins and F. Bartolozzi, a pair, printed in 
colours (Pollard), ;^I9 19s. 

164 " Innocent Play " and " The Wanton Trick," after and by P. W. 

Tomkins, a pair, printed in colours (Ellis and Smith), ;£28 7s. 

165 " The Cottager," and " Villager," after a Lady, by P .W. Tomkins, 

a pair, printed in colours (Ellis and Smith), ^54 12s. 

166 "A Villager," after and by the same, printed in colours on satin; and 

the " Flower Girl," after and by the same, printed in colours (Baird 
Carter), ^^37 i6s. 

167 " A Lover's Anger," and " Celadon and Cecilia," after F. Wheatley, by 

P. Simon, a pair, printed in colours (Weil), £2^ 4s. 

168 " The Duke of Newcastle's Return from Shooting," after Wheatley, by 

Bartolozzi, printed in colours (F. Daniell), £2^ 'os. 

169 " A Silly Family Dispute," and companion, after E. Penny, a pair; 

and " Love," after Wheatley, by Picot, in colours (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

170 " The Darling Asleep," and companion, after A. Buck, by J. Free- 

man, printed in colours (Smith), ;^22 is 

171 " Awake," by and after A. Buck," and " Cupid Disarmed," and " Cupid 

Revenged," after Benwell, by C. Knight, a pair, printed in colours 
(Leggatt), ;^'io los. 

172 " The Country Maids," and the " Knitting Girl," after Emma Crewe, 

by E. Scott, a pair; and " The Country Maid's Departure," and 
" Return," a pair, in colours (Mrs. Janson), £4 14s. 6d. 

173 " Mrs. Robinson," after Engleheart, by R. Stanier; and " The Careful 

Mother," and " Careless Mother," a pair, printed in colours (Ellis 

and Smith), ^31 los. 
J74 " January and May," and the " Wife of Bath," by and after T. Gaugain, 

a pair, printed in colours (May), £2 12s. 6d. 
J75 " Puss in Favour," after G. Morland, by Prattent, and " The Wife 

of Bath," by and after T. Gaugain, printed in colours (Ellis and 

Smith), ^11 IIS. 

176 " Cupids and the Fine Arts," after Cipriani, by M. Bovi; " Geo. III. at 

the Royal Academy," and another (a pair of fan mounts), and plan 
of the Battle of Trafalgar, by E. Orme, printed in colours (H. 
Samuels), £1$ 4s. 6d. 

177 "Venus at the Bath," after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi; "Cupid Revenged," 

after Benwell, by C. Knight; and four others, printed in colours 
(Howard Jones), ;^ii iis. 



April 7, 1910. 165 

178 " British Plenty," and " Scarcity in India," after Singleton, by C. 

Knight, a pair, in colours (Amor), £,-j 7s. 

179 " Destruction of the Bastile," after the same, by W. Nutter, printed 

in colours (Gollar), jQ^ 153. 6d. 

180 "Girl sketching a Portrait," and the companion, after Pave, by 

Ward and Hodges, a pair, in colours (La Terrifere), £,\() 16s. 

181 " The Komps," and the " Truants," after Bigg, by W. Ward, a pair, 

in colours (Barnard), ;^io los. 
J82 " Dulce Domum," after the same, by J. Jones, in colours (Berham.), 
;£6 6s. 

183 " A Lady Seated on a Bench holding up a Bunch of Grapes," after 

Bunbury; ?nd "The Savoyard," after the same, printed in colours 
(Lady Samuel), £1, 4s. 

184 " Celadon and Cecilia," after F. Wheatley, by P. Simon, printed in 

colours, (W. Sabin), ^^13 13s. 

185 " The Industrious Cottager," and " The Rustic Lover," after the same, 

a pair, printed in colours (Mallett), ^-jfi 9s. 

186 " The Farmyard," after Singleton, by W. Nutter, printed in colours (W. 

Sabin), £,2(> 5s. 

187 " A St. James' Beauty " and " A Saint Giles' Beauty," after J. H. 

Benwell, by F. Bartolozzi, a pair, printed in colours (Leggatt), ;^43 is. 

188 "The Soldier's Reward," after C. Ansell, by Miss Ollivier; and "Sterne 

and Maria," after A. Kauffman, by J. M. Delattre, printed in colours 
(May), ;^4 14s. 6d 

189 " Modern Graces," after H. Bunbury, by E. Scott, printed in colours 

(Eyles), ;^9 19s. 6d. 

190 " The English," and " French Firesides," after C. Ansell, by P. W. 

Tomkins, a pair, printed in colours (Baird Carter), £,^0 8s. 

191 Another pair, similar (Davis), ^■^ 17s. 

192 " The Seasons," after W. Hamilton, by the same, a set of four, printed 

in colours (Pollard), ^31 los. 

193 " Louisa," and " Hesitation," by and after W. Ward, printed in colours 

(Amor), £718 i8s. 

194 " The Choice," by and after the same; and a " Lady Seated in a Land- 

scape," printed in colours (W. Sabin), ;^2i. 

ENGRAVINGS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL 

195 " The Seasons," after Lancret, by J. Simon, a set of four (Rimell), 

£?, 3s. 

196 " Le Messager Fidel," and " LTnspiration Favorable," after Fragonard, 

by Halbou, a pair; and " Je T'en Ratisse," and "Ah! si je le 
Tenais, " after Danloux, by Beljambe, a pair (Bruzand), ;^i8 i8s. 

197 " L'Heureux Moment," after Lavreince, by N. de Launay ; " La Soiree 

des Thuileries, after Baudouin, by Simonet, proof; and " La Conso- 
lation de r.\bfence," after Lavreince, by \. de Laun.ny (Baker), 

;^I(S lOS. 

198 " La Baronne," and " La Marquise," by and after St. .\ubin; and ".Au 

Moins Soyez discret," by and after the same (Bruzand), ^£'22 is. 

199 Invocation 4 L'Amour, after Thtolon, by Guttenberg; " Le N^glig^, by 

Le Bas; " L'Innocence en Danger," after Borel, by Huot; and 
another (Cox), £.(> 6s. 

200 L'Enlevement Nocturne," after Baudouin, by N. Ponce; " La Soubrette 

Confidente," after Lavreince, by Vidal ; and another (Davis), £21 



i86 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

301 " L'Hereuse Union," after Freudebfrg, by Bosse; and " Le Carquois 

Epuis^, after Baudouin, by N. de Launay ( ), ;£'2i. 

303 " D^dicase d'un PoSme Epique," after Wille, by A. F. Dennel; " La 

Nouvelle AfHigeante, by Cathelin; and " L'Origine de la Peinture," 

by J. Ouvrier (Hyam). 
30^ " Le Jardinier Galant," after Baudouin, by Helman; and " Marchez 

tout doux," after tfie same, by ChofTard (Cox), j^g 9s. 

204 " L'Irresolution ou La Confidence," after Trinquesse, by Pierron ; and 

"Le Dangerftux Modele," after Oueverdo, by Patas (Williams), j^'is 155. 

205 " Competz sur mes Serments "; and " Au moins soyez discret," by and 

after St. Aubin, a pair (Coke), £^3 ''S- 

206 " Le Couch^ de la Marine," after Baudouin, by Moreau le jeune; and 

" Le Billet Doux," after Lavreince, by De Launay (Baker), £3g i8s. 

207 " Le Repas des Moissonneurs," after Wille, by F. Janinet, printed in 

colours (Williams), ^10 los. 

208 " Louis XVL and Marie Antoinette," after Boze and Dufrae, by Curtis, a 

pair, printed in colours (Isaacs), £2~, 4s. 

209 " Le Dejeuner Anglais," after Lavreince, by Vidal ; " Les Presents du 

Jour de I'An," after Huet, by Bonnel ; and one other, in colours 
(Sabin), £q4 10s. 
= 10 " Le Menuet de la Marine," and " La Noce au Chateau," by and after 
Debucourt, a pair, printed in colours (Ellis and Smith), aCS2 los. 

211 " L'Indiscretion " and " L'Aveu Difficile," after Lavreince, by F. Janinet, 

a pair, proofs before letters, finely printed in colours (HalU), £^14 los. 

212 " La Comparaison," by and after the same, printed in colours (Davis), 

213 " La Promenade du Jardin du Palais Royal," by Debucourt, printed in 

colours (Ellis and Smith), .£'157 los 

214 " Les Dons Imprudents " and " Le Retour ;\ la \'ertu," by de 

Longueil, a pair, printed in colours (Weil), ^^84. 



April 8, 1910. 187 



April 8, 1910 (Second Day's Sale). 

Framed. 

21s " The Lovers Parting," after J. G. Huck, by T. Ryder; and " Alexis 

and Daphne " (Barnard), £z 12s. 6d. 
216 " Parting Wishes," and " Returning Hopes," by C. Taylor, a pair; 

"Acquisition," "Attention," "Pursuit," and "Enjoyment," by the 

same, a set of four (Landye), £2. 
ri7 " Archness," and " Sensibility," after Hoppner, a pair; " A Child," 

after the same, by T. Nugent; and " Lorenzo Cipriani," alter P. 

Violet, by C. Guisan ( ), £2 12s. 6d. 

218 "He Sleeps," by and after P. W. Tomkins; and "Serena," alter H. 

Singleton, by VV. Bond CDavis), ^Tis 4s. 6d. 

219 " Mdlle. D'Eon de Beaumont and Monsieur de St. George," after 

Robineau, by Picot; " Leda," after Pellegrini, by Bartolozzi, and two 
others (Howard Jones), £6 i6s. 6d. 

220 "The Amorous Buck," by T. Gaugain; " Savoir Vivre," by C. White; 

and " The Country School Mistress," by H. Repton (Jacobson). 

221 "Temptation," after H. Ramberg, by W. Ward; and "The Witty 

Ddrinda," and companion (Lnuser), £ij 6s. 6d. 

222 "The Frail Sisters," after J. R. Smith, by J. Hogg; and "Rustic 

Courtship," and companion (.\mor), j£'i2 12s. 

223 " Love," after W. Peters, by C. White; " The Chantress," by and 

after J. R. Smith; and "A lady reading" (C. Devis), ^^8 8s. 

224 " The Pavilion and Steyne, Brighton," aquatint, by Stadler; and " Re- 

viewing the Troops on Blackheath," after Mason, by Pollard 
(Vaughan), ^£^25 4s. 
i25 "The Romance," after WestaJl, by J. R. Smith; and five small plates, 
alter S.r J Reynolds (Vaughan), £^ 4s 

226 "Prudence"; "Merit"; "Hope"; and "Vanity," by and after F. 

Bartolozzi; and "Cupids," by the same, a pair (Cox), £^ 14s. 6d. 

227 " Study "; and " Composition," after Cipriani, by Marcaurd, a pair; 

" Bacchanals and Children," after Lady Beauclerk, by F. Bartolozzi, 
a pair; and " Cupids," by the same (Cox), £■}, 3s. 

228 "Edwin and Ethelinde," after Bunbury, by Soiron ; "A Pioneer," by 

and after the same; " Patience in a Punt," by and after the same; 
and " Imogen as dead," after Mrs. Tickell, by W. Nutter (Vaughan), 

^3 3S- 

229 " Love Rejected "; and companion, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, a pair 

in red; "A Shepherdess"; and companion, after Shelley, by T. 
Burke; and two others (Landye), ^3 13s. 61I. 

230 "Cupid's Revenge"; and companion, after Benwell, by C. Knight; 

" Cupid with His Bow," a pair; and " Venus and Cupid," after 
Hoppner (Jones), ^3 3s. 
331 "The Orange Girl," after Benwell, by Bartolozzi; "Boys Playing Peg 
Top," by and after C. Bestland ; "The Happy Family"; and com- 
panion, a pair; and " Haymakers " (Leggatt), £j 73. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



232 " The Return from a Cruise "; and companion, by R. Pollard; " The 

Jovial Lover," after Penny; and two others (Parker), ;^4 4s. 

233 " Children and Pets," by R. Cooper (3); " Miss Bover "; and " Comer- 

ford," after Romney, by C. Watson (Oldham), ^^3 13s. 6d. 
134 "The Promenade at Kew," after Gainsborough; "Princess Caroline," 

by Schiavonetti ; and six others (Grabham), ^^4 4s. 
235 " Lord Derby's Pavilion at the Oaks "; " Court of Equity, Bell 

Savage"; "Venus and Cupid," by C. Phillips; and two others 

(Pollard). £g 19s. 6d. 
256 "A Long Minuet as Danced at Bath," after Bunbury, by W. Dickinson; 

and " The Propagation of a Lie," after and by the same (Moore), 

^2 I2S. 6d. 

237 " The Royal Procession on Thanksgiving Day, 1789," after Dayes, by 

Neagie; " The Trial of Warren Hastings," after the same, by 
Pollard; and two others (Pollard), ;^29 8s. 

238 " Hobnella and Lubberkin," after J. Northcote; " Aminta," by and 

rjfter Bettelini; and "The Death of Marat," after Pellegrini, bj 
Schiavonetti, stipples (Amor), £■>, 3s. 

239 " The Miser's Will," by and after Peirson; " Cupid," after Cosway; 

"Time," by Longley, on satin; "A Guardian Angel"; and 
another (Biall), £2 2s. 

240 " Match for a Thousand Guineas," after B. Marshall, by W. Ward; 

" Ascol," after Sartorius, by Edy; and " John Goldham," after D. 
Wolstenholme (Amor), jCz? 6s. 

241 " Reaping," after J. Ward, by W. Ward; and " A Visit to the Grand- 

mother," after Northcote, by J. R. Smith (F. Daniell), ;^8 8s. 

242 " The Full of the Honeymoon," after Wheatley, by R. Laurie; and 

another (C. Davis), ;^is 15s. 

243 " Love and Beauiy," after A. Kauffman, by T. Cheesman ; and "Affec- 

tion and Innocence," after Bartolozzi, by P. W. Tomkins (Eyles), 

£\2 12s. 

244 " A Sleeping Nymph," after Opie, by P. Simon; " Dorothea," after 

Hoare, by Knight; " Venus and Cupids "; and another (Toulmin), 

245 " Lydia." after W. Peters, by W. Dickinson, first published state; and 

another impression of the same, second state (Leggatt), £■] 7s. 

246 " Sylvia," after W. Peters, by J. R. Smith; and " Lydia," after the 

same, by W. Dickinson (Halld), jQ^o 19s. 

247 " The Gamesters," after Rev. W. Peters, by W. Ward; and " The 

Fortune Teller," after the same, by J. R. Smith (Lane), j^28 7s. 

248 " The Show," after Hoppner; and " The Gipsy Fortune Teller," alter 

Beechey, by J. Young, a pair (Maggs), £19 igs. 

249 " Cottage Children "; and " Boys and Dogs," after Gainsborough, by 

H. Birche, a pair (C. Davis), ;^22 is. 

250 "The Primrose Girl," after J. Hoppner, by J. Dean; "The Laundry 

Maid," after H. Morland; "The Origin of the Order of the Garter," 
after Parell; and "Employment," after P. Longhi, by Mc.'Vrdell 
(Pawsey), £(> 6s. 

251 " Tom Jones," after J. Downman, by P. Simon, open letter proof; and 

" A View of Queen's Square, Brighton " (BrUslord), £2 2s. 
253 " Lydia," after liev. W. Peters, by W. Dickinson (Leggatt), ^^5 5s. 
253 " The Soldier's Return," after Wheatley, by W. Ward (W. Sabin), 

£iH 14s. 



April 8, 1910. i8q 

354 " The Disaster," after the same, by \V. Ward, open letter proof 

(Parsons), £2g 8s. 

355 " The Mother's Bribe "; and " The Clean Face Rewarded," by and 

after J. Ward, a pair, etched letter proofs (Lane), ^31 los. 
MEZZOTINT AND STIPPLE PORTRAITS. 

356 " Mrs. Siddons," after Sir T. Lawrence; " Princess Caroline," by 

Schiavonetti; "Captain"; and "The Marquis Comwallis"; and 
two others (Ellis and Smith), j£s '5^. 6d. 
257 " Portrait of F. Tenducci," after J. Bruscett, by J. Finlayson, first 
state; "The Hon. Henry Legge," after J. Hoppner, by C. Turner; 
and " G. S. Harcourt." after D. Gardner, by V. Green (J. Lnne\ 

£3 3s- 

358 " Arthur Murphy," after Dance, by W. Ward, proof before letters; 

" Mr. Fawcett," after G. Harlow, by W. Say; and " J. Willis, Esq.," 
after Evans, by the same (Martin), ;^2 5s. 

359 " Mrs. Wrighten," after Dighten, by Laurie ; " Spiletta "; " Miss 

Lewis," by Spooner; and " Lady Elizabeth Montagu," by Brookshaw, 
small plates (Amor), ;^i. 

360 " The Marquis of Granby relieving the Distressed Soldier," after E. 

Penny, by R. Houston; " Bransby, Parsons and Watkins," after 

Zoffany, by Young ; and another (Barnard), £2 ids. 
261 " Samuel Foote and Thomas Weston," after Zoffany, by Finlayson, first 

state; " Parsons and Moody," after Mortimer, by Dickinson; and 

one other (Stevens), ;^3 3s. 
263 " Edward Forster," after Hoppner, by C. Turner; " John Penn," after 

Beechev, by Dunkarton ; and "Griffin and Johnson," after Van Bleeck, 

printed on satin (Leggatt), ^^3 13s. 6d. 

263 "Miss Murray," after H. Morland, by Rlc^rdell; and three others 

(Dancocks), £^6 4s. 

264 " John Taylor," after Smart, by J. Dixon, proof before any letters; 

"Viscount Milton," after T. Beach, by J. Jones; and "Mr. Garrick 
as ' Abel Drugger,' " after Zoffany, by J. Dixon, etched letter proof 
(Pollard), ;^5 13s. 6d. 

365 " Tregonwell Frampton, Esq.," after Wooton, by J. Jones; and "Mr. 

Tattersall," after Beach, by the same (C. Davis), ;^8 8s. 

366 " Napoleon Buonaparte," after Eastlake, by C. Turner, open letter 

proof (Sabin), ;^48 6s. 

367 " Madame de Pompadour," after F. Boucher, by J. Watson, proof before 

letters; " .\ Lady in fur-trimmed coat "; and " Mrs. Armstrong," by 
and after J. R. Smith (Bruzand), ;^2i. 

268 " Sarah Crawford," after R. .Murray, by J. Spilsbury; " Mrs. Brooks," 

after Worlidge, by R. Houston; and "A Lady in black lace dress," 
proof before all letters (Leggatt), ;^3 3s. 

269 "Mrs. \\'offington," after A. Pond, by J. Mc.^rdell; and "Mrs. 

Chambers," after Sir J. Reynolds, by the same (Dancocks), 
£8 iSs. 6d. 
370 "Lady Molineux," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Watson; and "A Lady 
taking Tea," atfer P. Mercier, by McVrdell (Rimell), £S 8s. 

271 "Louisa," after J. Russell, by R. Dunkarton; and "Pamela and 

Phyloclea," after Lely, by V. Green (Pollard), £^ 4s. 

272 "Elizabeth, Duchess of Hamilton," after C. Read, by Finlayson; and 

" ."Vnn Yearsley," after Sarah Shiells, by J. Grozer (Pollard), 
£6 i6«. M. 



igo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

373 "The Duke of Buccleugh," after Gainsborough, by J. Dixon, proof; 
and " Frederick the Great," by J. McArdell, engraver's proof (Pollard), 

274 " Nancy Dawson," after and by C. Spooner; " Phcebe," after and by 

P. Van Bleeck; and " Mrs. Woffington," after Pickering, by Faber 
(F. Daniell), ^£^15 4s. 6d. 

275 " Miss Mellon," after Sir Wm. Beechey, by C. Turner; " Sensibility," 

after R. M. Paye, by J. Young; and " Phoebe," by and after 
P. Van Bleeck (Pollard), £ji lis. 

276 " Oysterinda," after P. Mercier, by R. Houston; "A Lady," after 

the same, by Faber; and "Amelia Hone," after N. Hone, by J. 
Greenwood (Gooden and Fox), 3C4 14s. 6d. 

277 "Domestic Employment"; "Washing and Knitting," after P. Mercier, 

by R. Houston, a pair; and " The Fair Nun Unmasked," after H. 
Morland, by J. Wilson (Pollard), £$ 15s. 6d. 

278 " Sarah, Countess of Essex," after Fagan, by C. Turner, proof before 

letters (Leggatt), j£'36 15s. 

279 " Miss Moore," after Falconet, by J. Watson, first state (Colnaghi), 

£27 6s. 

280 " Lady Bingham," after A. Kauffnian, by J. \^'atson, first state (Gooden 

and Fox), ;^22 is. 

281 " M.iry, Duchess of Ancaster," after Hudson, by J. Mc.'Vrdell (W. Sabin), 

£3i I2S. 

282 " Mrs. Benwell," after J. Hoppner, by W. Ward (Spink), £g2 8s. 

283 " The Countess of Mexborough," after and by the same (W. Sabin), 

;£:28 7s. 

284 " Eliza " (Mrs. Hoppner), after J. Hoppner, by J. Young (Parsons), 

;£i2 IS. 6d. 

285 " Mrs. Gwynn," after and by the same, first published state (Ellis and 

Smith), ;^6o iSs. 

286 " Mrs. William Hope, of Amsterdam," after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. 

Hodges (Sabin), ;£^2i. 

287 " I,ady Cadogan," after the same, by J. Dean (Halld), £^ 14s. 6d. 

288 " Lady Seaforth and child," after the same, by J. Grozer (Parsons), 

£ig 19s. 

289 " Lady Smyth and children," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi ; 

"Jane, Ccuntess of Harrington," after and by the same; and "The 

Infant -Academy," by F. Ha ward ( ), .:^24 3s. 

200 " Lady Elizabeth Foster," by F. Bartolozzi, in brown; and " Spring "; 
and " Winter," after F. Wheatley, by the same (Davis), ^"22 is. 

291 " The Duchess of lieaufort "; " Lady St. .Asaph "; " Countess ol 

Charlemont "; and " Lady Hamilton," after Anne Mee, by A. 
Cardon, Schiavonetti and J. Agar (Blount), £s iSS. 6d. 

292 " Lady Catherine Howard "; and " Lady Gertrude Villiers," by and 

after C. Wilkin, open letter proofs (James), :£'26 55. 

293 " Lady Langham "; and " Lady Charlotte Duncombe," after Hoppner, 

by the same, open letter proofs (Weil), £^0 gs. 

294 "Lady Duneannon," after }. Downman, by Bartolozzi; and "Lady 

Elizabeth Foster," after the same, by C. Watson (Eyles), £7 17s. 6d. 

295 " Miss Farrcn," after the same, by Collyer, wide margin; and " Miss 

Kemble," after the same, by J. Jones (Davis), £2^ 2s. 

296 " The Duchesse of Richmond," after the same, by T. Burke; and 

"Duchess of Devonshire," after the same, by Bartolozzi (Da' is), 
£to los. 



April 8, igio. 191 

297 "Mrs. Billington," after the same, by Dunkarton ; "Colonel Mabin," 

after the same, by T. Burke; and another, by C. Turner (Leggatt), 
jr.h fie 

298 "Mrs. Siddons," after Downman, by Bartolozzi; and "Miss Farren," 

after the same, by Collyer, printed in colours (Agnew), £,\t,\ 55. 

299 " Duchess of Devonshire," after the same, by Bartolozzi, printed in 

colours (.Sabin), £>\Ti ss. 

300 " Mrs. Morgan and child," after Russell, by P. W. Tomkins, proof 

before letters (Leggatt), j£'5 5s. 

301 " Miss Farren," after Sir T. Lawrence, by F. Bartolozzi, proof before 

letters (.A. Davis), £,^2 ids. 

302 "The Misses Holroyd," after J. Downman, bv Baldry; and two others 

(Pollard), ^4 4s. 

303 " Louisa," by and after \V. Ward, first published state (Leggatt), 

304 "Louisa," by and after the same; and "Thoughts on Matrimony," 

after the same, by J. R. Smith (Jacobson), £.2\. 

305 " .^linda," by and after the same; and " Temptation," after H. 

Ramberg, by the same (Leggatt), ^18 7s. 6d. 

306 " Hesitation," by and after the same; and " Princess Elizabeth," after 

H. Ramberg, by the same (Barnard), £\\ os. 6d. 

307 "Miss Lewis," after Liotard, by R. Purcell; "The Miss Carpenters"; 

and " Nancy Dawson," printed in colours (Parry), £,2. 2S. 

308 " Mrs. Jackson," after R. Cosway, by J. Conde; " Marchiontss 

Townshend," after the same, by Hadfield; and " Michal and Isabel 
Oginscy," after the same, by Schiavonetti (Jacobson), ^£'9 19s. 6d. 

309 " Henry Swinburne," after R. Cosway, by Bovi, printed in colours; 

" Maria Cosway," after the same, by Bartolozzi; " Mrs. Cowley," 
after the same, by Fittler; and two others (Jones), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

310 " Princess Caroline and Prince of Wales," after R. Cosway; "Vincent 

Lunardi," after the same, by Bartolozzi; and three others (Amor), 
£-iS 35s- 

311 "The Young Moralist," after G. Romney, by T. Nugent; and " Maria," 

after A. KaulTman, by W. W. Ryland, in colours (Leggatt), 
£\-}, 2s. 6d. 

312 "A. Murphy," after N. Dance, by W. Ward; and " Wm. Pitt," after 

Hubert, by Stadler, printed in colours (Vaughan), £,1.^ 4s. 

313 " Roderick Random "; and " Narcissa and Miss Williams," after Ann 

Trewingard, by C. Knight, a pair, printed in colours (Maggs), 
£l^ 17s. 

J. R. SMITH. 

314 " Heads from the ' Vicar of Wakefield ' " (two plates); and " A Student 

of the Stable," after Vandergucht (Leggatt), ;^3 3s. 

315 " Miss Harriet Powell "; and " A Cremonese Lady," after Rev. W. 

Peters; and " The Country Girl," by W. Dickinson (Amor), 
£2 I2S. 6d. 

316 " Les Deux Amis "; and " A Sclavonian Lady," after Rev. W. Peters 

(Leggatt), ;^is 4s. 6d. 

317 "Les Deux Amis," after J. R. Smith; "Mrs. Fitzherbert "; and 

another (Jones), £y 13s. 6d., 

318 "Society in Solitude," after J. R. Smith; " Belisa," after the same; 

and " Lavinia," after S. Shelley (Vaughan), £\\ os. 6d. 

319 " .An Evening Walk," after J. R. Smith, in bistre, wide margin 

(Pollardl, £21 4s. 



ig2 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

320 " A Shepherdess," and a " Wood Nymph," after S. Woodward, a pair, 

in bistre (Nattali), £^6 '4s. 

321 " Mrs. Mills," after Engleheart, wide margin (Sabin), £yi 8s. 

322 " A Loisir," after J. R. Smith (Vaughan), ;^33 12s. 

323 " Flirtilla," after the same, in bistre; and " Narcissa," after the same 

(Leggatt), ;^3i 10s. 

324 "The Soldier's Farewell," after the same, in bistre; and "The 

Chanters," after Rev. W. Peters (Pollard), ^£^9 9s. 

325 " The Moralist," by W. Nutter (Parsons), j£ri6 i6s. 

326 " The Little Gipsy and Pretty Umbrella," by R. Pollard (Pollard), 

;£'" IIS. 

327 "The Boarding School Governess," by R. Sayer; and "Music," by tlie 

same (Saunders), ;^3 13s. 6d 

328 " Painting," after J. R. Smith (Pollard), £s° Ss. 

329 " A Young Lady leaving a Circulating Library," after the same (Pollard), 

;^i5 15s- 

330 " A Maid," " A Wife," and "A Widow," after J. R. Smith (Pollard), 

£26 5s. 

331 " What vou will," after the same, proof before any letters, wide margin 

(Permain), £i() 19s. 

332 " The Fruit Barrow " (the Walton family), after H. Walton, etched letter 

proof (Agnew), ^£^278 5s. 

333 The same, print impression (Pollard), ^£'92 8s. 

334 " The Promenade at Carlisle House " (Weil), £50 8s. 

335 " Love in her Eye sits Playing," after Rev. W. Peters (Agnew), ^68 5s. 

336 " The Widow's Tale," after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward (Parsons), ;£,I9 19s. 

337 " Miss Frederick," etched letter proof (Leggatt), ^£'63. 

338 " A Visit to the Grandfather," after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward, etched 

letter proof (W. Sabin), ;^23 2s. 

339 " A Christmas Holiday," after the same (Pollard), ^^44 2s. 

340 " .Attention," after the same, stipple, by R. Meadows, in bistre 

(Vaughan), £6 i6s. 6d 

341 " Retirement " (Mrs. Brudenell), after the same, by W. Ward (W. 

Sabin), ;£J21. 

342 " The Salad Girl " (Phoebe Hoppner), after J. Hoppner, R.A. (Colnaghi;, 

;£;8i i8s. 

343 " Almeria " (Mrs. Meymot), after J. Opie, R.A., with wide margin 

(Sabin), £y5 12s. 

344 " Mrs. Smith," after J. R. Smith (Ellis and Smith), £$2 ids. 

345 " Sophia Western," after J Hoppner, R.A., first published state (Ellis 

and Smith), ^262 los. 

346 The same, second state (Leggatt), £^2 los. 

347 " Affection," " Kmma," " Improvement," " Study," and " Instruction," 

after R. Cosway, printed in colours (Gooden and Fox), £2/^ 3s. 

348 " f^ady and Children relieving a Cottager," after Bigg; and "School- 

boys and Blind Man," after the same, in colours (Arnor), £5 153. 6d. 

349 " Black, Brown, anJ Fair," after J. R. Smith; and " Repose," alter 

Rev. W. Peters, printed in colours (Weil), £2(1 iss- 

350 ■' Colonel Tarleton," after Sir J. Reynolds, printed in colours (Sabin), 

^73 I OS. 

351 " .Sophia Western," after J Hoppner, R.A., printed in colours (W. Sabin), 

j^6o i8s. 

352 " Almeria " (Mrs. Meymot), after J. Opie, printed in colours (W. Sabin), 

£q6 I2S. 



April 8, 1910. 193 

j52A Catalogue of Carrington Bowles Publications, 1790; Catalogue of Boy- 
dell's Publications, i8oj; and another, 1787, 3 vols (Leggati), £^ 153. 

DRAWINGS. 

353 " Y^ Pantiles, Tunbridgc Wells," with named figures, 6| x 11 (Pollard), 

;^I0 I OS. 

354 " The Minuet," S x 8i (Pollard), £3 3s. 

355 " The Proposal," sepia, ii^in., circular (Huggins), £2 5s. 

356 " Portrait of Simon, Earl Harcourt," oval, 10 .\ S (Pollard), j^i6 16s. 

357 " Lichfield," " Salisbury," and " Winchester " (Pollard), £6 6s. 

358 " Bay Scenes," a pair, 8 x iif (Pollard), £2. 

359 " Three He.ids of Ladies," and one other, pencil (Renton), £1 los. 

360 " Flowers and Fruit," and A Fan Mount, representing the months 

(Renton), £i 13s. 6d. 

361 " Cleopatra," pastel, 24 x 19 (Gooden and Fox), £1^ 13s. 

362 .Mlingham, H., " Head of a Girl," with violet dress, 4jin., circular 

(Aird), £i) 9s. 

363 .Allingham, H., "A School Girl," 3^ x 3^ (Aird', ^"5 15s. 6d. 

364 A'lingham, H., " Head of a Girl," with pink dress, 4in., circular (Aird), 

£g qs. 

365 -Anderson, W., " Calshot Castle," with shipping; a " View of Port- 

land," and two others (Pollard), £8 i8s. 6d. 

366 .\nsell, C "The Rape of the Lock," sepia; "Venus and Cupid," by 

J. B. Cipriani, R.A., pencil, oval; and "The Kitten," water colour 
(Leggatt), £3. 

367 Brierly, Sir O. V\'. " Smacks coming out of the Yare," and " N'ear 

Lowestoft " (Leger). £j 153. 

368 Brierly, Sir O. W., " A Tug Bringing a Vessel into Ramsgate," .Td 

"The Rising Gale: Boats running into Lowestoft" (Leger), £2. 

369 Brierly, .Sir O. W., " Yachts and Fishing Boats ofT Ramsgate," four in 

two frames (Leger), £2 5s. 

370 Cipriani, J. B., R.A., " A Design for a Ceiling," and " .'V Design for 

a Monument " (Palser), £2 los. 

371 Cipriani, J. B., R.A., "A Design for a Clock," sepia; and "Studies of 

.Animals," by G. Morland, J790, pencil (Leggatt), £2 los. 

372 Collet, J.. " Reclaiming His Property," 6J x 6 (Renton), £1 is. 

373 Craig, W. A., " Nelson explaining the Plan of Attack before Tra- 

falgar " 6J X loi (Pollard), £2^ 6s. 

374 Dayes, E., " The Market Place, Salisbury, with the Town Hall," 12 x 18 

(Agnew), ^'i8 iSs. 

375 Dayes, E., " A View from Flamstead House," oval, 12 x 15 (Pollard), 

^"44 ^s. 

376 Downman, J., A.R..\., 1779, " Portrait of a Gentleman holding a Book 

of Music," pencil, rval, 8 x 6i (Vokins), £11 lis. 

377 Fuseli, H., R.A , " The First Bern," and " The Looking Glass " (Carfar), 

£9 9s. 

378 Fuseli, H., R.A., " Portraits of Ladies," oval (Carfax), ;^io los. 

379 Girtin, T., " Whitby Church," and " Weymouth Harbour," by H. 

Medlycott (Pollard), ^^3 3s. 

380 Gould, F. C, " Just before the Cordite Explosion," 1895, ^"d " ^'he 

Rt. Hon. W. H. Smith," black and white (Gooden and Fox), £i 15=. 

381 Hamilton, W., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Aislabie " oval, 9 x 7J (Pollard), 

£8 Ss. 



194 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

382 Hamilton, " Cox-Heath Camp," and "The Prince of Wales' Coronet," by 

J. Yanow (Leggatt), £2. 

383 Langendyk, J. A., 1803, " Views in a Dutch Town," a pair, gi x 13 

(HalM), £2^ 3S. 

384 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., " Studies of Heads," pencil, three in one 

frame, with autograph letter on the back (Pollard), £y ys. 

385 I.ockwood, Sir Frank, " Leading the Orchestra," pencil; " Lord ( hief 

Justice Coleridge," ditto; and " Senor Caruso," by himself, pen-and- 
ink (Leggatt), ;£;i IS. 

386 Luny, T., " The .Ship ' .\mericanus'," and " .\ View of Southampton " 

(Colnaghi), £S 8s. 

387 Manton, G. G., " The Reform Club," etc., six in one frame .and " Sir 

F. Lockwood, and Sir R. T. Reid," a pair, by T. W. Wilson, bjicU- 
and white (Pollard), £2 3^- 

388 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., " The New Ride, Kensington Gardens," and 

" A Lady," by J. Van Beers, pen-and-ink (.\gnew), £1 is. 

389 Palmer, Sutton, 1884, " .-\ View on the Downs," 145 x 21 (Leger), 

;£ri2 IS. 6d. 

390 Pellegrini, C, 1870, " Montague Guest, Esq.," 13 x 6J (Pollard), ;^4 4s. 

391 Pellegrini. C, " Caricatures," a set of twelve (C. Davis), £6 6s. 

392 Pellegrini, C, " Caricatures," a set of twelve (Pollard), £6 6s. 

393 Pellegrini, C, " Ten Caricatures " (Bishop), £y 7s. 

394 Railton, Herbert, " Anne Boleyn's Window," and " King's College 

Chapel," and " Guildford," by J. Fulleylove, black-and-white 
(Spencer), ;^i 155. 

395 Rec-d, E. T., "His Majesty starts the Marionettes," pen-and-ink; "Now 

do I look like a Parson? " ditto; and " Hear! Hear! from the Duke," 
pencil (Gooden and Fox), £;} 13s. 6d. 

396 Reynolds, "The Hon. Miss Bingham," chalk; and " Miss Bromley," 

sepia (Pollard), .£21. 

397 Rowlandson, T., " The King's Arms, Dorchester," 11 x ifij (\gnew), 

£30 9s. 

398 Rowlandson, T., " Affection," and " /Vdmiration " (Amor), ;£jio los. 

399 Rowlandson, T., " Cat-like Courtship," and " Bob had a Trick ot 

walking in his Sleep " (Amor), £y ys. 

400 Rowlandson, T., " The Start frohi the ' Wheat .Sheaf,' " and " Floods 

at Bath " (.Agnew), ;^24 3s. 

401 Rowlandson, T., " January and May," 6^ x 9J (.Amor), £y 7s. 

402 .Sambourne, Linley, " Royal Academy I^ucks," pen-and-ink, 14J x 20 

(Pollard), £1 los. 

403 Sambourne, I^inley, " Un Marriage de Convenience," and " Blanchette's 

Christmas Dream, by Mars," pen-and-ink (Leggatt), 10s. 6d. 

404 Schetky, J. S., " Alderney Harbour," and " Towns on the Coast " 

(Parry), 155. 

405 Serres, D.. R.A., "Shipping," in a calm; and a "Coast Scene." with 

shipping (Pollard), £i 155. 

406 Serres, D., R.A., " Sea Pieces," three in one frame; " Off Dovim," by 

Atkins, and two others (Pollard), £2 ss. 

407 Serres, J. T., 1794, " Entrance into Portsmouth Harbour," looking 

towards Spithead, 8i x 13^ (Pollard), ;^i6 i6s. 

408 Sheppard, J., " Earl St. Vincent," and " Lord Bridport," a pair, black 

and-white; and " Miss Bingham " (Parker), £^ 4s. 

409 Soyer, Paul, " Tired Out," and " A Cold Morning," a pair, vigneties 

(Pollard), £s 10s. 



April 8, 1910. 195 

410 Soyer, Paul, " Baby's Breakfast," vignette (Pollard', £.s. 

411 Townshend, Patty, " Rustic Cottages," four in one frame; and three 

others (Pollard), £2. 

412 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " An Old Abbey," seen through an archway, 

8} X loj (Agnew), £-;^ los. 

413 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "A Ruined Archway," 8^ x 11 (Agnew), ;£68 55. 

414 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " The Vale of Bath," 6| x loj (Agnew), ;^42. 

415 Verendael, N. Van, " Fruit rnd Still Life," circular, a pair, and tRO 

" Coats-of-arms," oval (Amor), ;^22 is. 

416 Wheatley, F., R.A., 1800, " The Farmer's Daughter," and " The 

Miller's Daughter," a pair (Ellis and Smith), ;^54 12s. 

417 Williams. T. Wynne, 1886, " A Church," " Walford Farm," by M. A. 

Bernard ; and " Near a Pool " (Amor), £^ 3s. 

418 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Off Gravesend," black-and-white; and " Coast- 

guard Vessel, Poole Harbour," pencil, by E. W. Cooke, R.A. (Parry), 
£2 15s- 

PICTURES. 

419 Canaletto, " The Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice," 22 x 33J (Leggatt), 

;^i6 16s. 

420 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady " in white dress, oval, 

12I .\ 10 (Gooden and Fox), ^1^9 9S- 

421 Hardy, Heywood, 1885, " Catching the Horse," black-and-white, 19 x 27J 

(W. Permain), £6 6s. 

422 Morgan, Matt., 1865, " Portrait of ' Sir John Barleycorn,' " the pro- 

perty of Montague Guest, Esq.. i/J- 235 (Pollard), £^ 155. 6d. 

423 Peters, Rev. W., R..A., " Lydia," iif x 14I (Leggatt), ;^io los. 

424 Rolfe, H. L., 1847, " Feeding Time," " A Leap for Liberty," and " The 

Last Struggle," a set of three, iij x 17^ (Huggins), £7 7s. 

425 Rolfe, H. L., 1876, " Trout," two in one frame (CoUings), 10s. 6d. 



196 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 9, 1910. The following were part of the collec- 
tion of the late J. E. Fordham, Esq., of Melbourn Bury, 
Royston. 

MODERN DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

I AUom, T., " Falmouth Harbour," " Matlock Bath Ferry," etc., sepia 

(Thomas), ^^3 3s. 
3 Bennett, W., " Byland Abbey," and " Pin d'AroIla " (Leger), £1 lis. 6d. 

3 Bonnington, R. P., An Album, containing thirteen Drawings, in pencil 

and sepia, of figures, etc. (Propert), jC^ i8s. 

4 Buckler, J. C, 1823, "A Church," 20J x 14 (Thomas), £1 8s. 

5 Callcott, Sir A. W., R.A., " Pergamos," 6| x 9 (Agnew), £^. 

6 Callow, W., An .■\Ibum, containing fourteen water colour Drawings of 

" Views in Foreign Towns " (Vicars), ^58 i6s. 

7 Callow. W., " Viego," " Fruit," by G. J. J. Van Os, and " Matlock," 

by G. Cattermole (Leger), £^. 

8 Coney, J., " Lichfield Cathedral," and " Views in Milan, Heidelberg, 

Venice," etc., pencil (Agnew), £12 12s. 

9 Cooke, E. W., R.A., "Rembrandt's Mill," pencil; "Dartmouth 

Church," by T. Allom, sepia; and " Shipping off the Coast," sepia 
( Thomas), £i 4s. 
10 Cooper, G., 1825, " In the States of Rome," and " Hatfield House " 
(Lloyd), £1 los. 

II Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1832, " Swiss Landscape," sepia, 9 x 12 (Falser), 

£2 los. 

12 Cooper, T. S., R.A., " Cows by a River," and " The Ferry-Boat," a 

pair, sepia, 4J x 6J (Huggins), £y ys. 

13 Davidson, T, " Market-Boats near Dort," and " Sunset," by A. P. 

Newton (Parry), 15s. 

14 Deanaglis, C, " Albanian Refugees," and " A Scene from tlif Conquest 

of Mexico " (Leger), £^ 4s. 

15 Duncar, E., 1872, " Carting Hay," I3i x 20 (Huggins), £S i8s. 6d. 

16 Foster, Birket, " Dryburgh Abbey," vignette (Agnew), ;^25 4s. 

17 Gastineau, H., " St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall," and " A Rocky Coast 

Scene " (Mitchell), £ix us 

18 Glover, J., " Ullswater," loj x 15J (Falser), ^£^1 5s. 

19 Glover, J., " A Rocky River Scone," " Cliffs on the Coast," by S. Read, 

and " A Woody Stream," by J. Martin (Gooden and Fox), £3 15?. 

20 Harding, J. D., 1854, " A Mountain Scene," " Winter," and " Bru 

Hadt, Norway," by W. West, 1850 (Vicars), £2 2S. 

21 Harding, J. D., 1835, "Chudleigh Rocks," " Bardon Tower, Bolton," by 

F. G. Reynolds, and " A Stranded Fishing-Boat " (Lister), £^ 14s. 6d. 

22 Hearne, T., " Kenilworth," sepia; "The Return from Stalking," by F. 

Tayler, pencil; and " Rievaulx Abbey" (Falser), £1 ss. 

23 Hough, W , " Grapes and Plums," oval, yi x 9J (Vicars), £i 4s. 



April 9, 1910. 197 

24 Hunt, W., " A Street in a Foreign Town," and " A Landscape," 

with cottage and figures (Agnew), £2. 

25 Lewis, J. F., R.A., "A Slcetch at Phil«," and "A Wreck," by Schetky 

(Carfax), £1 iis. 6d. 

26 Nash, J., " Cavaliers Playing Bowls: Haddon Hall," 12 x 15 (Batsford), 

£i2 I2S. 

27 Nash, J. 1856, " Westwood House, Worcestershire: The Return from 

Hunting," 13J X 19J (Batsford), ;£^io los. 

28 Nash, J., " An Entrance Porch," with cavaliers; and " Crewe Hall, 

Cheshire," by A. Dodd, 1849 (Batsford), £y 7s. 

29 Oliver, W., " On the Nar, Italy," and " Childe Harold's Pilgrimage," 

after Turner (Parry), £6 16s. 6d. 

30 Os, G. J. J. Van, " Fruit," 13 x loi (Crossman), ^2. 

31 Pearson, C, i860, " A Scene on the Usk," " A Landscape, with 

Church and Figures," by F. Nash, and " Old Sheds " (Leger), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

32 Read, S., 1859, " The Interior of Xuremburg Cathedral," 19J x 14} 

(Vicars), ^'3 13s. 6d. 

33 Richardson, T. M., " The Castle of Hohlenfelz," " A Lake Scene with 

Castle." by C. Pearson, and " A River Scene," by T. Soper (Pettitt), 
£8 8s. 

34 Roberts, D., R.A., " Statues of Memnon at Thebes during the Inunda- 

tion," "Tombs of the Russell Family, Chenies," and "A Landscape: 
Evening " (Tooth), .^^22 is 

35 Robson, G. F., " Canterbury," " Wells," and " Lincoln " (LeggattJ, 

£6c) 6s. 

36 Robson, G. F., " Loch Katrine," and " Cattle, by a River," by G F. 

Robson and R. Hills (Palser), .^^Tio los. 

37 Rowbottoni, T. L., 1863, " The Islands of Ischia and Procida," 8J x 17J 

(Bow den), £g 9s 

38 Soper, T. J., " A Lock on a River," 16J x 15J (Boyton), .^13 13s. 

39 Uwins, T., R.A., " A Napoleonic Shepherd," and " Going to Bed," pen 

and-ink, and sepia (Palser), £2. 

Framed. 

40 Bernard, "The Jungfrau: Sunset," i6j x 26J (Ford), ;^6 16s. 6d. 

41 Callow, W., 1861, " A View on the Moselle," 21J x 23^ (Agnew), ;£T39 18s 

42 Callow, W., 1866, " View at Rotterdam," 13 x 19 (Agnew), ;^I9 19s. 

43 Collingwood, W., 1870, " The Matterhorn," y\ x jj (Ford), 15s. 

44 Collins, W., R.A., " A Beach Scene," 13 x 17 (Palser), ;£'i8 18s. 

45 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1869, " Wine-Boat, Castellamare," 9^ x 13J (Leger), 

46 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1862, " Five Sheep, in a pasture," loj x i3i (Vicars), 

47 Cotman, J. S , 1830, " Antwerp," 17^ x 12| (Gooden and Fox), £8^. 

48 Cristall, J., " A Highland Bay Scene," with figures landing peat, i2i x 18 

(Palser), £6 6s. 

49 Crome, J., "Woody River Scene," 20 x 17 (Agnew), £11$ ^os. 

50 Ellis, Edwin, " A Wreck on the Coast," 6| x loj (Pettitt), £y 17s. 6d. 

51 Fielding, C, 1850, " .\ Highland Landscape," 12 x i6i (.\gnew), £'299 5s. 

52 Foster, Birket, " The Falls of the Tummel," vignette (Goodon and Fox), 

£3S MS. 

53 Glover. J., " View in North Wales," 28 x 42 (Maggs), £2 2s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



54 Glover, J., "A Mountain Torrent in North Wales," 23! x 36^ (Lister), 

j£^4 4S- 

55 Harding, J. D., 1657, " Xicol, on the Road to Zermatt," 21 x 16^ (Kent), 

£^1 6s. 

56 Harding, H., " The Madonna and Child," after Raffaelle; " Marjr, 

Queen of Scots," and one other (Wallis), £,e^. 

57 Hunt, A. W., " The Jungfrau from Murren," 13 x 195 (Agnew), ;6i57 'os. 

58 Keiserman, F., " The Coliseum," and " St. Peter's, Rome " (Bojton), 

;^4 4S- 

59 Leitch, W. L., 1865, " Lago Maggiore," \o\ x 25 (Agnew), ;^3i los. 

60 Os, G. J. J. Van, " Flowers in a Jar," 16J x 12 (Agnew), £i>n- 

61 Prout, S., " \ View in a Town," i6j x loj (Agnew), ^eja 8s. 

62 Prout, S., " The .Amphitheatre, Verona," pencil, loi x 14J (Ward), ^^2 5s. 

63 Prout, S., " Canal Scene, Venice," pencil, 13! x \\\ (.Xgnew), ;^3 3s. 

64 Read, S., " The Tomb of the Black Prince in Canterbury Cathedral," 

18 X 13 (Agnew), £\t, 13s. 

65 Read, S., " The Tomb of the Scaliga, Verona," 21 x 14! (Agnew), £^ 7s. 

66 Read, S., 1874, " Warwick Castle," 16 x 2o| (Cooling), £2. 12s. 6d. 

67 Richardson, T. M., 1852, " Como," 17! x 24 (Bowden), £-]^ 16s. 

68 Richardson, T. M., 1861, " Tantallon Castle," 13! x 26I (Bowden). 

j£^S9 •7s- 

69 Robson, G. F., " Loch Katrine," 29 x 48 (Agnew), £t^ ios. 

70 Rowbotham, T. L., 1862, " Lago Maggiore," 15! x 41 (Williamson), 

j^54 '2S. 

71 Rowbotham, T. L., 1882, " Loch Katrine," 19 x 27^ (Ford), £211, 3s. 

72 Rowbotham, T. L., 1863, " Near Borghetto," iii x 9J (Leggatt), £i\ is. 

73 Rowbotham, T. L., 1872, " An Italian Lake Scene," sJ x 9 (Melling), 

£1 ys- 

74 Stanfield, C, R.A., " Shipping off Cadiz," 6 x 8| (Bruzand), ;£'69 6s. 

75 De Wint, P., " Pull's Ferry and Water-Gate, Norwicli." iij x i8i 

(Agnew), ;£'252. 

OLD DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

76 Both, J., " A Rocky Landscape," with old bridge, pen-and-ink :ind 

sepia; and "A Landscape, with anglers," by A. Van Borssum 
(Sabin), ;^ii lis. 

77 Cuyp, A., " River Scene," 7 x iij (Colnaghi), .£'30 gs. 

78 Cuyp, A., " Studies of a Dog and Cows," red chalk, three on one mount 

(Parsons), 153. 

79 Cuyp, A., " Cattle Resting," and " .\ Study of Foliage," sepia ( ), 

£5 iSs- 6d. 

80 Cuyp, A., " Milking-Time," and " Peasants and Cattle near a river," 

crayon (Peters), ^i 5s. 

81 Claude, " Landscape," pen-and-ink and sepia, 11 x 13; (Parsons), 

;^S 155- 6d. 

82 Claude, " A Classical Landscape," with figures and animals; " A Land- 

scape," with muleteers; and " Market Figures," crossing a stream 
(Gooden and Fox), £10 los. 

83 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "Woody Landscape," crayon; "Peasants and 

Animals crossing a ford "; " Studies ot Sheep," etc. (Maggs), £2 2S. 

84 Huysum, J. Van, 1735, " Flowers in a Terra-Cotta Vase," 19 x 13J 

(Sabin), ;^44 2s. 



April 9, 1910. igt) 

8s Huysum, J. Van, " A Basket ot Flowers," signed, and dated 1733, 

■ 6-i X i2i (Halle), ;£:23 2s. 

86 Huysum, J. Van. " A Frieze of Flowers," sJ x 17I (HalI6), ;^io 10s. 

87 Huysum, J. Van, " Flowers in a Sculptured Vase," signed, and dated 

'73S> 9a " 6* (Gooden and Fox), ^8 los. 

88 Huysum, J. Van, " Fruit in a Basket," and " A Portrait of the Artist " 

(Howard), ;^I2 I2S. 

89 Koning, P de, " A View over a Landscape," 4J x gj (Sabin), £ji los. 

90 Ruysdael, J. Van, " Woody Landscape," sepia, 8 x 12| (Agnew), £^2. 

gi Dyck, Sir A. Van (after), " Portrait of the Earl of Strafford," by A. T. 

Derby (Leggatt), £"4 4s. 
92 Velde, W. Van de, " Shipping in a Calm," and " Men-of-War in a 

Bree?e, " sepia, £13 13s. 
g3 Wouverman, Ph., " Peasants and Horses," " A Landscape," with peasants 

and cattle, by K. du Jardin, rmd l>'igures, sepia, (Ford), /7s ss- 

Frawed. 

94 Huysum, J. Van, " Fruit," signed, and dated 1735, 19 x 13 (Sabin), £21. 

95 Ostade, A. Van. " The Interior of a Cabaret," signed, and dated 1673, 

fij X g (Agnew), ^7420. 

96 Radaelle (after), " Madonna di San Sisto," pastel, 36 x 29 (Guillett), 

£7 7S- 

97 Vinci, L. Da (after), " The Last Supper," by E. Romolo. 20^ x 39 

(Agnew), jC4 4s. 

PICTURES. 

98 Asselyn, Jan (after), " Travelling Peasants and Animals," and " .\ Woody 

Landscape " (Collings), £2 los. 

99 Both, J. and A. (after), " Hilly Landscape," 35 x 49J (Parry), £1 iis. 6d. 
ISO Both, J. and A. (after), " A Hilly Landscape," with muleteers on a road 

24ti X 3o.i (Cohen), £2 55. 
loi Claude (after), " Priests Sacrificing to .'Vpollo," 35 x 46J (S. T. Smith), 
£2. 

102 Claude (aTter), " A Shepherd playing on a pipe," and "A Herdsman 

tending cattle," (Bruce), £1 los. 

103 Cole, G., 1868, " Felled Timber," iq»- x 2Qi (Lister), ^^8 8s. 

104 Crome, J., " View on the River Wensum at Thorpe, Norwich," 18 x 13^ 

(Agnew), ;£'472 los 

105 Crome. J., " Woody River Scene," 14 x 17' (Wright), j^'io los. 

106 Cuyp (after), " Frozen River Scene," 25^ x 35 (Agnew), ;^73 los. 

107 Cuyp (after), " Cattle," on the bank of a river, 23 x 28J (Joyce), i8s. 

108 Cuyp (after), " Cattle and Figures," on the bank of a river; " Cattle," 

by a river; and " A Landscape," after J. Ruysdael (Leger), ^^3 153. 

109 Dow, G. (after), " A Woman at a Window," " Head of the Youthful 

Saviour," and " Christ Bearing the Cross," drawing (Parry), £1 los. 
no Dutch School, ".\ Woody Landsc.ipo, with a stng-hunt," 27 x 36^ (Lewis 
and Simmons), £2$ 4s. 

111 Sassoferrato, "The Madonna," in red and white dress, 24 x 17^ 

(Glen), £^ 4s. 

112 Sassoferrato (after), "Head of the Madonna," with blue robe, on 

coppfr, and " Ecce Homo," after Guido, oval (Guillet), £1 155. 

113 Gainsborough, T., R.A. (after), "The Market-Cart," and "A Woodjr 

River Scene " (Mitchell), £1 6s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



1J4 Glover, J., " The Temple of N'esta at Tivoli," 293 x 49 (Mitchell), 

:^I1 IIS. 

J 15 Hulme, F. W., "Bolton Abbey," 23J- x 35-5 (Lister), ;t"iS iS*- 

116 Huysum, J. Van (after), " Fruit and Flowers," on copper, 31J x 23^ 

(Nicholson), j^r-?2 lis. 

117 Koekkoek, B. C, 1S3S, " Woody River Scene," 26J x 33 (Sampson), 

^60 18s. 

118 Koekkoek, H., 1849, " Coast Scene," 14I x 21J (CoUings), ;£'4 4s. 

119 Maratti, C, " The Madonna," in blue robe, seated, 16 x 13^ (Schroeder), 

^"3 3S- 

120 Mieris, W. Van, " The Poulterer's Shop," signed, and dated 1726, 

15 X 12J. Smith's " Catalogue Raisonn^," Supplement, p. 72, No. 64 
(Nicholson), ^^147. 

121 Morland, G., " Woody Landscape," with a market-cart at a toll-gate, 

12 X 15 (Simonson), ;^5o 8s. 
J22 Morland, G., " .\ Winter Landscape," 27-j- x 35^ (Sampson), jQit i6s. 
J23 Nasmyth, Alex, " Loch Katrine," 17J x 23I (Gooden and Fox), ;^2i. 

124 Nasmyth, Charlotte, i860, " Woody Landscape," 14! x 18J (Lister), 

£g igs. 6d. 

125 Nasmyth, P., 1828, " A Woody Landscape," with an old cottage on the 

right, iii X isJ- (Agnew), ;^362 55. 

126 Velde, W. Van de, " Vessels in a Calm," I2i x 12, Burlington House, 

1878. Smith's " Catalogue Raisonn^," Vol. VL No. 255 (Nicholson), 

^399- 

127 Werff, A. Van Der, " The Artist," holding a portrait of his wife and 

child, 33I X 26J (Wallis), £<)<) 15s. 

128 Wynants, J. (after), "Woody Landscape," with cattle, 17 x 19 (Howard), 

£^^ '^s. 

lig .\ Portfolio, on ebonised wood stand; and two Portfolios (Doyle), £1 is. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

J30 Swan, J. M., R..\., " Head of a Bear," black and white chalk. SJ x loj 

(Douglas), £78 8s. 
131 Hunt, VV., " Grapes and .^pple," 5j x 8 (Bell), £2^ 2S. 
332 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Arundel Castle," 6^ x 9 (withdrawn). 

133 Foster, Birket, " Cottages at Taynuilt," 8 x loj (Sampson), ;^73 los. 

134 Foster, Birket, " Florence," 3j x 5^- (Nattali), £^^ 12s. 

13s Foster, Birket, " Walton-on-Thames," 5x7 (Nattali), ;^48 bs. 

J36 Foster, Birket, " In the Hayfield," vignette (Eyles), £2^^ 14s. 

J37 AUingham, H., " .\ Surrey Cottage," SJ x loj (Bowden), ^^22 is. 

J38 Hunt, A. W., 1867, *' Goring-on-Thames," 8J x 14 (Bowden), ^10 los. 

139 Lemaire, Madeleine, " Pansies and Forget-Me-Not," 9J x 14S (withdrawn). 

PICTURES. 

140 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1885, " The Lock and Church, Straiford-on-Avon," 

ijj X 23J (withdrawn). 
14J Bartlett, W. H., 1883, " Pilchard Fishermen off St. Ives, Cornwall," 

aaj X 34 (Guillott), £2^ 6s. 
14a Brett, J., A.R.A., 1898, " The Shore of the North Sea," 6J x 13:1 (Samp- 



April 9, 1910. 201 

143 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1881, " The Haunt of the Kingfisher," 47^ x 35J 

(Guillett), £2$ 7s. 

144 Hook, J. C, R.A., 1850, " That in a gondola were seen together 

Lorenzo and his amorous Jessica " (.Merchant of Venice), 23i x 29J 
(Amor), X''4 '4^- 

145 Leader, B. \V., R.A., 1888, " The Sands of Aberdovey," 43 x 71^, Royal 

Academy, 1888 (Sampson), jC^zs 15s. 
246 Johnson, C. E., 1883, "A Relic of the Clans: Castle of Eriean, Donan, 
Ross-shire," 47 J x 68 (Wells), j^Tag 8s 

The property of a gentlemaa. 

DRAWLNGS. 

147 Cipriani, N., " The Letter," 20 x 16 (Thorp), ^r^ 5s. 

148 Hardy, T. B., 1887, " Near Lincoln," 13 x 19 (Eyles), ^^Tio 10s. 

149 Law, David, " Hay-Time," 18 x 28 (.Bowden), /j'le i6s. 

150 Pearson, C, and Wainewright, T. F., " A Highland Lake Scene," with 

a flock of sheep, 14 x 285 (Leggatt), ^30 os. 

151 Tayler, F., 1880, " On the Road to Guimper: Market Day," iqJ x 27 

(Dunn), jdi -^• 

152 Whymper, J. W., igoi, " Our Poet's Neighbourhood," 15 x 24 (Collings), 

£7 7S- 
353 Wimperis, E. M., " Yarkhall Church, near Blandford, Dorset," 11 x 17 
(Permain), £8 i8s. 6d. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

154 Adams, J. Clayton, " A Surrey Lane," 29J x 47I (Bell), £n 14s. 

iSS Beyle, P., " The World and the Church," 14A x 17J (Guillet), ;£ri9 19s. 

156 Collins, W., R.A., " Landscape," 8 x nl (Guillet), ;^i6 i6s. 

157 Earl, G., " A Day's Sport," 2q x :(t) (Lawrence), :^io los. 

158 Johnson, C. E., 1875, "Hampstead Heath," 27J x 39J (Stacey), £27 17s. 

159 Knight, I. P., R.A., " Portrait of David Deans," 2q x 24 (Shepherd), 

;^I0 lOS. 

i6o Linnell, W., 1885, " Harvest-Time, Sussex," 24 x 36 (Boyce), ,£11 iis. 

161 Nasmyth, A., " A Highland Lake Scene," 13 x loj (Guillet), /".q iqs. 6d. 

162 Webb, J., 1S84, " Off Don," 13 x igj (Huggins), £8 Ss. 

OLD PICTURES. 

163 School of Lorenzo di Credi, " The Madonna and Child." 10 x 12 

(Archenbrock), j£ji2 is. 

164 Hackaert, " A Woody Landscape," with Diana and attendant, 57 t 27J 

(Morson), ^£^23 2s. 

165 Ridolfo, M., " Head of a Lady," with rich dress and black hat, 17 x -3 

(Carfax), 3C8 8s. 

166 Zuccarelli, " Pastoral Landscape," 20 x 25I (Parsons), £2 los. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 12, 1910 (First Day's Sale). The first portion 
of the collection of etchings and engravings formed by 
H. S. Theobaldj Esq. 

1 Appian, A., " A Landscape," " Cattle in a Woodland Glade," after 

Rousseau, by Lalanne, and another (Scott), ;£'i 2s. 

F. BRACQUEMOND. 

2 " Le Haul d'un Battant de Porte," proof before letters (Quaritch), £1. 

3 " The Mole Trap (Aux Ramilles du Peuplier)," "Margot la Critique," and 

" The Hare," after de Balleroy (Keppel), ids. 

4 " Le Vieux Coc," signed trial proof (Gutekunst), ^14 los. 

5 " Le Vieux Coc," and " Ducks " (Gutbier), £z los. 

6 " Limehouse, 1871 " (Mrs. Dawson), 8s. 

7 " Erasmus of Rotterdam," after Holbein, signed proof (Gutekunst), 

£\2 lOS. 

8 " The Dead Hare," proof, and " Geese in a Storm " (Fine Art 

Society), £1 los 
Q " Brumes du Matin," trial proof, and " Portrait of Jules de Goncourt " 

(Gutbier), £2. 
9A " Brumes du Matin," original drawing, framed (Sabin), £li. 

F. BUHOT. 

10 "La Messe de Minuit," trial; and " Taverne du Bagne," early proo( 

(Quaritch), £6. 

11 " Place Pigalle," and " Houses of Parliament," early proofs (Quaritch), 

;£:io 10s. 

12 " Japonisme," three impressions in different states (Davidson), £1 6s. 

13 " Ddbarquement en .^ngleterre," and " Un Grain k Trouville " 

(Ou.nritch), £s. 

14 " Le Couvre Feu," two proofs; " Le Reveillon," and " Coupe in 

Crystal " (Kepper), £■>, 5s. 

D. Y. CAMERON. 

15 "Provan Hall," undescribed ; and a "Highland Kitchen," £2^. 

16 " White Horse Close " (Connell), ;£'i4. 

17 " Tayside," and " Tweedside " (Davidson^ £20. 

iS " Thames Wharf," and "Thames Warehouses" (Davidson), £1^ i6s. 

ig " A Lowland River," only six printed (Davidson), £21). 

20 " Laleham " (Agnew), £2%. 

21 " The Vale of Clyde " (Connell), £it. 

22 " Venetian Street " (Davidson), £n. 

23 "St. Mark's, Nr. HL" (Davidson), £25. 

24 " Lecropt " (Dunthorne), £-io. 
24A " Chartres " (Davidson), /."aj. 



April 12, 1 910. 203 

25 " Loches " (Davidson), ;£'34- 

26 " Rue des Filles Dieu, Angers " (Connell), £,i.z. 

27 " Chinon " (Davidson), jf20. 

28 " Place Plumareau, Tours " (Connell), £.2<). 

29 " St. Laumer, Blois " (Connell), ^£744- 

30 '■ The Smithy" (Connell), ^£^22. 

31 " Ponte del Trinita, Florence," and " Dieppe Castle " (Davidson^, ;^3I. 

32 " John Knox's House, Edinburgh " (Davidson), £2(1. 

33 " Cambuskenneth " (Connell), £,\ii,- 

34 " Harfleur " (Connell), ^33. 

35 " The Porch, Harfleur," trial proof (Davidson), £:i,3,. 

36 " Haddington " (Davidson), ^\2. 

37 " Monte Villicrs " (Connell), £^'ii,. 

38 " The Workshop " (Davidson), £->,\. 

39 " The Avenue," and " Murthly " (Davidson), £^\i^. 

40 " Robert Ley's Workshop " (Davidson), ;£'34. 

41 " The Sycamore," and " Coldstream " (Davidson), jQ\Z- 

42 " The Canongate, Tolbooth, Edinburgh " (Keppel), £\\. 

43 " Pluscarden," and " Berwick " (Davidson), ;^I5. 

44 " St. Merri " (Davidson), ;^i6. 

45 " Still Waters " (Davidson), ^32. 

46 " Robin Hood's Court " (.\gnevv), £,\(> los. 

47 " Mar's Work, Stirling," and " Evening on the Garry " (Davidson), £iO. 

48 " The Little Devil of Florence " (Davidson), £^. 

49 " Old St. Etienne, Caen " (Davidson), ;^36. 

50 " The Dole's Palace, Venice " (Connell), ;^34. 

51 " Views in Paris," a series of six etchings in a portfolio (Connell), ;^130. 
£2 " Views in North Italy," a series of 28 etchings, in a portfolio (David- 
son), £,^(>o. 

C. COROT. 

53 " Souvenir de Toscane," secbfld state; and another (Strolin), £,\\. 

54 " Bateau sous les Saules," second state (Meder), £,e^ 55. 

55 " L'Etang de Ville d'Avray," second state (Keppel), ^£^9 los. 

56 "Souvenir d'ltalie," first state; and ;inother impression, later state 

(Gutekunst), ^^15. 

57 " Environs de Rome," first state (Gutbier), yr23 los. 

58 The same, second state (Connell), £\ los. 

59 " Paysage d'ltalie," first state (Gutekunst), ;^24. 

60 The same, second and third states (Keppel), ;^6 6s. 

61 " Campagno Hoisee," first state (Gutbier), ^'8 8s. 

62 " Dans les Dunes," first state; and another, second state (Meder), 

;^i4 3s. 6d. 

63 " Fortification" de Douai, Souvenir " (Meder), £^. 

64 " Le Dome Florentin " (C. \. De Burlet), £,^ los. 

A. EAST. 

65 " A Midnight Moon," " The Rising Moon," and another (Scott), £\ 2s. 

66 " The Last of the Fair," " A Hurrying Wind," and two others (Dr. 

Parsons), £1 4s. 

67 & 68 " La Source," after Ingres; and " The Holy Family," after 

Michael .\ngclo, by Jacquet; and " Windy Weather," and " Rolling 
Wheat," by G. Gascoyne (Scott), £\ 2s. 



204 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

A. GEDDES. 

69 " Landscape with Cow "; and others, by Creswick, Horsley, etc. (Scott), 

14s. 

R. GOFF. 

70 " October Gale," and " The Lighthouse, Shoreham " (iMrs. Dt'.wsunj, 

71 " Newcastle-on-Tyne," and " Shoreham " (Mrs. Dawson), jQi-. 

72 " The South Cove," and " A Study " (Dr. Parsons), 6s. 

73 " Charing Cross Bridge," and " A Stormy Day " (Amor), j^^ 56. 

74 " Yew Trees, .\bingdon, Hants," and " Ponte Vecchio, Florence " (Atmxj, 

;^2 IDS. 

75 " Hotel Metropole, Brighton," and " Ploughing, Sussex Etown '' (Dun- 

thorne), ^i 155. 

76 " The Valley of the Itchen," " The Meadows, St. Cross." and " Fen 

Pool and Wild Ducks " (Scott), £2. 

SIR F. SEYMOUR HADEN. 

77 " Sub Tegmine " (Obach), £1^ 14s. 
77A " Egham " (Gutekunst), ;^ii iis. 

78 " Out of Study Window " (Colnaghi), £^ $s. 

79 " On the Test, near Romsey," early proof (Gutbier), jC-^o 9s. 

80 The same (Agnew), jC2g i8s. 6d. 

81 " A Water Meadow " (Agnew), ;£'io los. 

81A " Battersca Reach," first state (Colnaghi), /Ig gs. 
8iB " Whistler's House, Chelsea " (Scott), £8 8s. 

82 " Kew Side " (Obach), £5 53. 

82A " River in Ireland," first state (Gutbier), ;^94 los. 

82B " Sunset on the Thames," second state (Meder), /18 18s. 6d. 

83 " The Three Sisters " (Dunthorne), ^^5 5s. 

84 " Battersea Bridge," second state (Meder), /^2 12s. 6d. 

85 " The Inn, Purfleet," first stale (Meder), £6 6,s. 

86 " Harlech Castle," mezzotint (Meder), ;^3 3s. 

87 " Windmill Hill, Nr. I." (Keppel), ;^i2 12s. 

88 " Study of a Tree," " A Lancashire River " (Colnaghi), £i^ 13B. 

OLIVER HALL. 

89 " A Pastor.il," " A JVeo Composition," and " Kirkstonc Pass " (Keppel), 

90 " A .Showery Day," and " A Peat Moor, Cumberl.ind " (Agnew), £1 15s. 

91 " Trees up Blackburn, Roxburgh," " A Welsh Valley," and .mother 

(Keppel), £1 4s. 

92 " A Wind) Day," " An Old Peat Cutting " (Dr. Parsons), ids. 

93 " The Edge of the Wood," and " A Windy Day, Angerton Moss " 

(Gutbier), ;^i i8s. 

94 " Pollard Ashes, Luiiiholme farm," and " Askrigg Moor, Yorkshire " 

(Meder), £1 los. 

95 " Study of an Oak Tree," and " Stranded, King's Lynn " (Gutbier), 

£3 ss. 

96 " King's Lynn from a Distance," and " Castle Acre " (Agnew), £3 los. 

97 " Ov*r Hill and Dale," and " Bolton Castle, York'-;hIre " (Keppel), ^i 5«. 



April 12, igio. 205 

98 " Lower Duddon Moss," " Peat Moor, near Green Road," ,ind another 

(Agnew), ^£■4. 

99 " Evening," " A Yorkshire Road," and another (Keppel), £i 5s. 
100 " Trees on the Hillside," and another (Amor), £2 ss. 

P. HELLEU. 

lO'. " The Music-Lesson," and " Lady Asleep on a Sofa " (Quaritch), £1 8s. 

102 " Lady Asleep on a Sofa," and " A Versailles " (Dr. Parsons), ;^i 2s. 

103 " Adieu," and " Reverie " (Quaritch), £1 is. 

104 " Etude de Deux Enfants," and another (M & C), £1 los. 

105 " Les Dessins de Watteau au Louvre," and another (Quaritch), £4 5s 

106 " La Femme k la Tasse " (Quaritch), £6 6s. 

107 " La Cigarette," and " Etudes d'Enfants " (Gutekunst), ^^33 12s. 
io8 " Le Salon Blanc," and another (M & C), £1 8s. 

109 " Femme appuy^e," and another (Quaritch), £2. 

110 " Femme et Enfant," and another (Scott), £1 is. 

111 " .Afternoon Ten," and another (De Burlet), /Ti los. 

112 " La Salutation," and another (Quaritch), £1 15s. 

113 " The Artist's Daughter," and " Etude de Femme " ( ), £\. 

114 " Etude de jeune Fille," and another (Quaritch), £2 SS. 

115 " La Lecture," and " Profile de Femme au Chapeau " (Scott), ;^i 5s. 

116 " Lady Asleep in a Punt," and another (Colnaghi), £1 15s. 

SIR H. VON HERKOMER. 

117 " Dean of Christchurch " (M & C). 5s. 

118 " Gwenddydd " (Dunthorne), £2 los. 

119 " Bad Weather " (Gutbier), £1 8s. 

120 " Crossing the Ford " (Connell), £1 12s. 

121 " Lord Kelvin " (Connell), 14s. 

122 & 123 " The Old Shepherd," " The Orphans," and " Waiting for 

Relief " (Dunthorn). /li Ss. 

124 " Tlie Shepherd and his Daughter," and " A Portrait " (Scott), 53. 

JASINSKL 

125 " Spring," after Botticelli, and another (Scott), £1 2S. 

A. E. JOHN. 

126 "The Hawker's Van," first state; the same, final state; "Lady with a 

Necklace," early state; the same, final state (Knewstub), £6. 

127 " The Brook," " The Little Family," " The Little GroUo '* (Knewstub), 

i6s. 

128 " The Quarry Folk," " Jacob Epstein," " The Little Pilgrims '■ 

(Knewstub), £^. 
I2q " Quarry Folk," " Weary Women," " Girl Seated with a shawl," first 
state; the same, final state (Knewstub), £i 5s. 

130 " Quincey," " Pyra.Tiis and Thisbe," " The Malthouse " (Knewstub), 

£1 I2S. 

131 " The Camp," " Virginia." " The Woman in the Arlour " (Knewstub), 

£2. 

132 " Girls' Head " (A); " Philosopher and Courtezan," second state; the 

same, final state; " Girl's Head " (B) (Gutekunst), £6 15s. 



2o6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

133 " The Tent on the Moor," " Girl's Head " (C), " Fruit Sellers " (A), 

and (B) (Knewstub), £^ 15s- 

134 " Self Portrait in an Oval "; " Esther," second state; the same, final 

state; and another (Knewstub), ^^4 5s. 

135 "Young Woman Musing," first state; " La Gravida," final state; the 

same, first state (Obach), :^3. 

136 "The Pheasant"; "The Serving Maid," first state; the same, second 

state (Knewstub), £4 los. 

137 " The Mulatto "; " Old Scott," final state; the same, first state (Obach), 

£2 iSs. 

138 " Fruit Sellers " (C), " The Big Grotto," " Maggie— A Village Child " 

(Obach), £.1 15s. 

139 " Romani Chai," first state; " Nude Girl with Knee on Couch," first 

state; "The Valley of Time," first stale (Knewstub), ^3 8s. 

140 " Gwendolen," the same, second stale; " The Glass of Wine," final 

state (Gutekunst), j^y 10s. 

141 " Old Man in a Fur Cloak "; " The Girl Under the Tree," final state; 

the same, first state (Connell), j^y los. 

142 " Self Portrait," " Nude Study of an Old Man " (Colnaghi), ^^3 iss. 

143 " The Little Shepherdess," final stale; " The Old Haberdasher," final 

state; the same, second state (Knewstub), ^3 3s. 

144 " The Girl with a Curl," " The Old Man of Liverpool," " The 

Troglodyte," " The Girl with a Sack " (Knewstub), £6 15s. 
14s " The Head of a Negress," " Girl with Curls," " Old Arthy " 
(Knewstub), ^4 ii;s. 

146 " Percy Wyndham Lewis," final state; the same, second state; " Annie "; 

"The Jewess — head resting on hand"; the same (Knewstub), ;^3. 

147 " Head of a Gipsy "; " Woman with a Curl and Black Hat "; " Annie 

with a Feather Hat," plate afterwards reduced (Knewstub), j£^ 5s. 

148 " Vertigo "; " Self- Portrait — head and shoulders "; " Self- Portrait in 

Black Gown "; " Self-Portrait in Black Gown," third state (Knewstub), 
£6 los. 

149 " Man in a Hat, etching "; " Ursula "; " Nude seated interior," 

second state; the same, final state (Backer), ;^7. 

150 " The Idiot," " Out on the Moor," the same, first state; " Lucy," 

second state; the same, final state (Knewstub), jf,^ ijs. 

151 " Head of Old Underwood," " From a Pen-and-ink Sketch by Rem- 

brandt," " Lady in Fur-tipped Cape " (Knewstub), .;£'6 6s. 

152 " Nude seated," " Tefe Farouche," the same, " Girl Smiling " (Knew- 

stub), ;£l2 IS. 6d. 

153 " Benjamin Evans," " Ponies," " Les Femmes Damni^es " (Knev.stub), 

£7 7S. 

154 " Nude Girl with an Urn," " Fruit Sellers " (unfinished), " Mother and 

Child seated," " Girl standing " (Knewstub), ^^3 3s. 

155 " Summer Night," " Woman gathering stirks," " Mienad Resting " 

(Knewstub), /?4 los. 

156 " Everglades," " The Woman in the Cave," " The Precipice," " Nude 

Girl with a Tambourine " (Dr. Parsons), ;^i is. 

J. ISRAELS. 

157 "Mother and Child in a Room," louched proof; and another (Meder), 

£,0. 

158 " The B.ilcony," " He.Td of a Girl," and anolhrr (Lefevre), .£10. 



April 12, igio. 207 

A. LEGROS. 
ijq " Le Lutrin." early proof: and an impression of the last state (Obach), 

£^- 

160 " Lord Leighton," and " Le Gtographe " (Connell), ;^i 15s. 

161 " Paysage aux Mules," " Le Moine i I'Orgue," and another cObach), jQt. 

162 " La Mort et le BOcheron," and another (M. & C), ;^i 55. 

163 " Le Joueur de Contrebasse," and " Head of a Youth " (Obach), £2 los. 

164 " La Lecture de I'OfFice," :ind " Le Foyer " (Mac Auffray), £1 5s. 

165 " Une Valine en Bourgogne," and " Les Ramasseurs de Champignons " 

(Obach), £&. 

166 " Plaine pres du Lac," and " Le Haul de la CoUine " (Agnew), ^q los. 

167 " Le Joueur de Contrebasse," " La Petite Marie," and two others (De 

Burlet), ^-5. 

168 "Depart pour la Peche " ; and "Coin d'un Bois " (Meder), £s 55. 

169 " Paysage au Bateau "; and " Study of a Man's Head " (Obach), £2 55. 

170 " Paysannc n?sis pres d'une Haie "; " Le Long de la Rive " (Colnaghi), 

£a 5S- 

171 " Le Penseur," " Pr6s d'Amiens," and " L'Averse " (Meder), £^. 

172 " Portrait of A. Tennyson," and " Portrait of the Artist," by Shannon, 

lithographs (Obach), £(> 10s. 

173 " Bords de l.i Marne," " Au Bor'le de I'Eau." and another (Obach), 

£(, IDS. 

174 L'Hermitte, L., " Church Interior," " Choral Singers," and others (Brown 

and Phillips), £2 2s. 
17s Menpes, M., " Head of a Peasant," " Portrait of an Old Lady," and 

others, in colours (Dr. Parsons), ;^i Ss. 
176 & 177 " Head of a Shepherd." " Boy with Cat," and another, by 

M. Menpes; and " Fishing Boats leaving Harbour," by W. Macbeth, 

and another, by Propert, reniarque proofs, framed (Scott), £1 12s. 



2o8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 13, 1910 (Second Day's Sale). 

C. MERYON. 

17S " Title to the Paris set on green paper," and " Old Gate of the I'alais 
de Tustice," second state (Willis), ^^4 los. 

179 " Arms of Paris " (Willis), £2, 5s. 

180 " Le Stryge," trial proof before CM., and the verses, on green paper 

(Gutekunst), ;^2So. 

181 The same, first state, on green paper (Willis), iJigS- 

182 The same, second state (Connell), /72o. 

183 " Le Petit Pont," first state, before the CM. (Huggins), j^HS- 

184 The same, second state (Keppel), 3^50. 

185 The same, third state (Connell), £6. 

186 " L'Arche du Pont Notre Dame," trial proof before all letters, on green 

paper (Gutbier), £112 

187 The same, first state, on green paper (Keppel), j^3i. 

188 " La Galerie Notre Dame," first state (Gutekunst), .^^82. 

189 " La Rue des Mauvais Gargons," first state (Gutekunst), ;i£^2oo. 
iqo " The same," second state (Colnaghi), ^^36. 

igi " La Tour de I'Horlorge," trial proof with CM. but before the 
marginal line (Huggins), ^£^'62. 

192 The same, first state (Obach), ;^34. 

193 " Tourelle Rue de la Tixeranderie," first state, on green paper (Willis), 

£210. 

194 The same, first state, on India paper (Obach), £j\2. 

195 The same, first state, Whatman paper (Gutekunst), ;^io. 

196 " St. Etienne du Mont," trial proof, before the CM. (Strolin), £65. 

197 The same, first state, on green paper (Obach), ;^I25. 
igS " St. Etienne du Mont," first state (Willis), £50. 

199 " La Pompe Notre Dame," first state, on green paper (Huggins), ;^I30. 

200 The same, first state, on Whatman paper (Gutekunst), £3^- 

201 " La Petite Pompe," (Tregaskis), .;^3 5s. 

202 "Le Pont Neuf," trial proof before the verses, on green paper (Strolin), 

£95- 

203 The same, first state, on green paper (Keppel), £nS- 

204 The same, second state (Connell), £'i2. 

205 " Le Pont au Change," first state, very early impression, with uncleaned 

margin (Willis), ;£'2oo. 

206 The same, first ;tate, margin cleaned (Halkett), :£'6o. 

207 " La Morgue," first state (from the Salicis Collection) (Willis), ;6'320. 

208 The same, second state (Gutekunst), £6$. 

209 " L'Abside de Notre Dame," first state, with dedication to Monsieur 

Niel (Gutekunst), ^£^640. 

210 " Tourelle, dite ' de Marat,' " trial proof (Willis), £72. 

211 The same, first state, and another impression of an intermediate state 

between second and third, without any letters undescribed (De Burlet), 
£20. 
1:12 " Rue des Chantres," first state (Connell), ;^23. 



April 13, 1910. 209 

213 The same, second state (Connell), £6. 

214 " Minist^re dc la Marine," first state; and another impression, second 

state (Connell), ;6'i9. 

215 " Bain froid Chevrier," first state; and another impression, second 

state (Dr. Burlet), j^'iS. 

216 " Le Pont au Change vers 1784," first state (Agnew), :£'2i. 

217 The same, second state (Meder), ^10. 

2i8 " Le Pont Neu et la Samaritaine," etc., and " Rue Pirouette," second 
state (Gutekunst), £3°. 

219 " Partie de la Cit^ de Paris," trial proof before the inscription, " An. 

Cana," etc.; and another impression, third state (Obach), ;^3i. 

220 " Entree du Couvent des Capucins," second state (Tinker), ;6"28. 

221 " Ancienne Habitations k Bourges," first state (Connell), ;^22. 

222 " La Rue des Toiles h Bourges," trial proof with the date on the 

chimney, and dedication to Mons. Hillemacher (Obach), ;^78. 

223 The same, first state (Dunthorne), ;6^iS. 

224 " Nouvelle Z^lande, Peche h la Seine," first and second states, and 

three others (Scott), j£z. 

225 " Pr6-volant des lies Mulgrave," trial proof, and three others (Scott), 

£1 ss. 

226 Passerelle du Pont au Change," first state, and another, and " Tom- 

beau de Moliere " (Connell), £ii los. 

227 " Portrait of Meryon," seated, by Bracquemond, from the Burty Collec- 

tion, and a facsimile of same (Gutekunst), ;£!'2o. 



228 Millais, Sir John, " Mother and Child," " The Bellringer, " and others,. 

by Hook, Hunt, etc (Oldham), £2 15s. 

J. F. MILLET. 

229 " Le Petit Becheur," on green paper, and " Les Deux Vaches, " fourth' 

state (Obach), ;^5 los. 

230 " La Couseuse, " first state (Obach), ;^8 los. 

231 The same, third state (Meder), ;!^3 15s. 

232 " La Baratteuse," first state (Obach), ;^26. 

233 " Le Paysan rentrant au Fumier," first state (Saggo), £25. 

234 The same, third state (Connell), ;^8 los. 

23s " Les Glaneuses," first state (De Burlet), /r42. 

236 " Les Becheurs," first state, with dedication (Strolin), ;^6o. 

237 The same, fourth state (Connell), ^^22. 

238 " La Veill^e," second state (De Burlet), j£J'i6. 

239 " La Cardeuse " (Obach), £^0. 

240 " La Gardeuse d'Oies " (Gutekunst), ;^5. 

241 " La Bouillie," third state, and an impression of the fifth state (Meder) 

£7 los. 

242 " La Grande Bergfere," (Strolin), ;^38. 

243 " Le Depart pour le Travail," first state (Connell), ;£Jss. 

244 " La Fileuse Auvergnate," third state, and an impression of the fifth 

state (Obach), £11. 
24s " Femme vidant un Seau," heliograph, reversed impression (Connell), 
£7 los. 

246 " Becheur au Travail," first and second states, woodcuts (Obach), 

£2 iss- 

247 " Femme vidant un Seau," and " La Grande Berg^re assise," second 

state (Meder), £^. 

248 Woodcuts, after P. Millet, " La Vieille," etc. (Scott), £u 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



NETTLESHIP. 

249 "A Bulldog" and another (Gutekunst), 14s. 

S. PALMER. 

250 " The Sleeping Shepherd," trial proof; and another impression, first 

state (Dunthorne), ;^3 ids. 

251 " The Skylark," trial proof; and another impression, first state (Dun- 

thorne), £s Ss- 

252 " The Morning of Life," trial proof, marked " finest impression, printed 

' Private Press,' " (Keppel), j^io. 

253 The same, first state (Dunthorne), £^ los. 

254 " The Herdsman," trial proof (Dunthorne), j^g. 
254A The same, first state (Dunthorne), £8 los. 

255 " The Bellman," trial proof (Keppel), £y. 

256 " The Early Ploughman," trial proof (Dunthorne), ;^io 

257 " The Lonely Tower," trial proof (Ward), £6 

258 "The Rising Moon," trial proof (Richter), £6. 

259 " Early Morning," " Opening the Sheepfold," and " The Willow " 

(Richter), £4. 

360 " Christmas," signed proof, and another impression (Keppel), ;^4 5s. 

361 " The Herdsman's Cottage," and " The Vine " (Ward); £1 12s. 



262 Pennell, J., " Grand Canal, Venice," " Street in Siena," " Urbino," and 

two others (Boyle), ;£'i2 is. 6d. 

263 Pott, C. M., " Knaresborough," and " Strand on the Green " (Connell), 

£i 15s. 
364 Rodin, A., " Portrait of Antonin Proust," and others, by Rajon, etc. 
(Dunthorne), £13 13s. 

265 Rousseau, Th., "Chenes de Roche," second state; and "Le cerisier de 

la Plante k Biau " (Strolin), £2. 

266 Sherborn, C. W., " Shakespeare and Cromwell "; and various other 

etchings, by Vincent Cotman, etc. (Scott), los. 

267 Stauffer-Bern, " Conrad Ferd. Meyer," and "The .Artist's Mother " 

(Gutbier), £ig- 

FRANK SHORT. 

268 " St. Magnus Church, Billingsgate," " Poole from Branksey," and 

" Sail Loft, Poole " (Dunthorne), £^ 4s. 

269 " Putney," and " A Gray Morning, Whitby " (Dunthorne), £2. 

270 " Per Horse Power per Hour," two proofs; and " Sleeping till the 

Flood " (Dunthorne), £S. 

271 " The Patience," " Evening," and " Nutbourne Mill " (Dr. Parsons), 

£2 10s. 

272 " The Fisherman's Castle," and " Washing Day " (Dr. Parsons), £2 5s. 

273 "Rye Port," "Rye Pier, Evening," and "The Curfew" (Gutbier), 

£5 los. 
274 " The Last Days of an Old Brig," and " Low Tide," "The Evening 

Star," etc. (Dunthorne), £^2. 
27s "The Mooring Stone, Folperro," " Polperro Harbour," and "The 
Rookery, Polperro " (Kine Art Society), £2. 

276 " The Lowlands Low," " Hayle, Cornwall," and " Talland, Cornwall " 

(Meder), £^. 

277 " Entrance of the Meuse," " Bellinzona," and " Ehrenbreitstein to 

Coblentz," all after Turner (Agnew), £14. 



April 13, 1910. 211 

278 " Wensleydale," after De Wint (Colnaghi), ;^I2. 

279 " Flatford Lock," after Constable; and "Twilight on the Campagna," 

after G. Costa (Gutbier), ;^io los. 

280 " A Dead Calm," " A Dutch Greengrocer," and " Unloading Peat at 

Dordrecht " (Gray), £4 los. 

281 " The West's Good-night to the East," and " A Wintry Blast on the 

Stourbridge Canal " (Dunthorne), :^ii. 

282 " Sussex Down," after Constable CGutbier), /TS. 

283 " Walberswick Pier," " George's Dock, Liverpool," and " The Breaking- 

up of the ' Great Eastern ' " (Gutekunst), ^7 los. 

284 " A Quiet Evening on the Ferry," " Dinner-time on board the timber- 

barge " (Colnaghi), ^2 los. 

285 " Bromborough," and " Entrance to the Mersey " (Colnaghi), £6. 

286 " A Swiss Pass," after Turner (Connell), £8 8s. 

287 " Diana and Endymion," after Watts, and " Love and Death," after 

the same (Fine Art Society), ;£ri9 19s. 

288 " The Solway," " Gathering the Flock on Maxwell Bank," and " Solway 

Fishers " (Dunthorne), ;^io los. 

289 " The Heron's Pool," " The Church at Kampen," and " The Brewery, 

Haarlem " (Dunthorne), £8 i8s. 6d. 

290 " Overijssel," and " Vuurtoren, Friesland " (Dunthorne), ^12 12s. 

291 " Over the Meadows to Monnickendam," " The Bell Tower " (Merton), 

£3 3s 

292 " In Port Volendam," " Deventer, Friesland," and " Towers of Kampen " 

(Agnew), ;tr7 7s. 

293 " Moon on the Zuyder Zee." " The Beach Buoy," and " The Weary 

Moon was in the Wane " (Dunthorne), ;^ii iis. 

294 " Vesuvius from the Bay of Naples," after Watts; and " The Dijk Bell " 

(Colnaghi), £s 5S- 
29s " The Entrance of the Medway," after Turner, two etchings; and a 
mezzotint (Gutbier), £7 ys. 

296 " Narcissus and Echo," after Turner, soft ground etching (Connell), 

£i 15s- 

297 " Falls of the Rhine, Schaflhausen," after Turner, etching; and 

mezzotint (Agnew), ;^I3 13s 
2g8 " .^sacus and Hesperie," after Turner, etching; and mezzotint 
(Dunthorne), ;£'2 :os. 

299 " Macon," after Turner, etching; and mezzotint (Agnew), ;^9 19s. 6d. 

300 " Derwentwater," after Turner, etching (Agnew), £8 8s. 

301 "The Stork and .Aqueduct," after Turner; etching (.Agnew), ;^g qs. 

302 " Pan and Syrinx," after Turner, etching; and mezzotint (Walker), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

303 " Kingston Bank," after Turner, mezzotint (Agnew), ;^6 i6s. 6d. 

304 "A Pastoral," after Turner, etching; and mezzotint (Agnew), ;^5 5s. 

305 " Lucerne," after Turner, mezzotint (Dunthorne), £^ 4s. 

306 "Huntsmen in a Wood," after Turner, etching; and mezzotint ( 

307 " Moonlight at Sea," after Turner, mezzotint (Connell), ^^Tii iis. 

308 " Stonehenge," after Turner, mezzotint (Agnew), £8 18s. 6d. 

309 " Via Mala," after Turner, mezzotint; and etching (Agnew), ;^i8 i8s. 

310 " The lost Sailor," after Turner, mezzotint (Dunthorne), j^2 5s. 

311 " Niagara Falls," and " Horseshoe Fall " (Dunthorne), £8. 

312 " Sunrise o'er Whitby Scaur," " The Anglers' Bridge on the Wandle." 

" Polperro Harbour," and " Shap Fells " (Dunthorne), £i;i 13s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



313 " Raft on the Rhine," after Turner; and " Crowhurst," after Turner 

(Palfrey), £5 53. 

314 " A Fen-country Bridge," " A South Coast Road," " An April Day 

in Kent," and " Old Steaming Box at Lynn " (Colnaghi), £y 17s. 6d. 

315 " A Yorkshire Dell," after Turner (Obach), :^8 8s. 

316 " Portrait of Two Gentlemen," after Reynolds; and another (Palfrey), 

^4 14s. 6d. 

317 " Near Oxford," after De Wint, first and second states (Obach), £y 7s. 

318 " Ploughing," after Do Wint; and " Harvesters," after the same 

(Colnaghi), ^8 8s. 

319 " Strolling Players," and " A Lane in Arundel " (Permain), £n. 

320 *' Putney," " Hammersmith Bridge," and " Dredging," lithographs 

(Mac Auffray), £t 55. 

321 "Timber Ship, Yarmouth "; " On the Bure, Yarmouth "; and " Eel 

Fisher, Volendam," two states; lithographs (Dunthorne), £y. 

W. STRANG. 

322 " Ae Day as to the Well," " The Rehearsal," and " The Marriage at 

Cana " (Agnew), ;£'io los. 

323 " William Wright," " The Nymph," and " Poor Peter " (Gutekunst). 

£^ 3S. 

324 " Farm on the Forth," " Near Darleith," and " On the Hill " (.\gnew), 

£9 OS. 

325 " Towers at Courtrai," and " R. Kipling " (Dunthorne), £6 i6s. 6d. 

326 " The Phantom," " The Worshippers," and " W. Strang " (Gutekunst), 

£5 Ss. 

327 " The Tower," and " A Fish Stall " (Gutekunst), ;^ii us. 

328 " An Upland Farm," " The Top of the Hill," and " Danse Macabre " 

(Gutekunst), ^3 3s. 

329 " Despair," " The Preacher," and " The Soup Kitchen " (Gutekunst), 

£'i 4S. 

330 " The Last Supper," and " Milton Hills " (Gutbier), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

331 " Laurence Binyon," and " Robert Bridges " (Agnew), £6 i6s. 6d. 

332 " Near Knotty Ash," " The Mill Ford," and " The Farmyard " (Connell). 

£9 9S. 

333 " The Farmyard," " Kilcreggan," and " The Vision " (Connell), ;^I2 12s. 

334 " Chorley Farm," and " The Etcher " (Agnew), £y ys. 

335 " Adoration of the Kings," " The Dancers," and " Portrait of a Boy " 

(Gutekunst), /i'l; ss. 

336 " Peter Strang," " The Quarrymen," " Salvation Army," and " The 

End " (Mac Auffray), ^4 14s. 6d. 

337 " The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner," set of twelve proofs (only 50 

printed), in portfolio (Gutbier), /^g. 

CHAS. J. WATSON. 

338 " Aries," " St. Jacque, Dieppe," and " Interior of St. Etienne du Mont, 

Paris " (Colnaghi), /76 i6s. 6d. 

339 " Evening," " Piazza Giulio Cesare Rimini," and another (Dunthorne), 

£'[ 4S. 

340 " La Chapelle du St. Esprit," " St. Etienne du Mont," " Abbeville," 

and two others (Agnew), ^10 los. 



April 13, 1910. 213 

341 Watts, G. F., " Girls' Heads," lithographs; and " The Mouth of the 
Medway," by Wyllie (Dunthorne), £2- 



342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 



A. ZORN. 
Madame Simon " (Gutekunst), ^^19. 
Ernest Renan " (Gutekunst), ;£^I7. 
Miss Maud Cassel " (Obach), ^£^13. 
Mrs. Cleveland " (Meder), ;£'io. 
Zorn and his Model " (Obach), ;£'i8. 
Maja " (Obach), ^£^32 iis. 
Au Piano " (Connell), £ij 17s. 
Miss Rassmussen " (Dunthorne), ;^I4 14s. 
Mrs. Skip " (Obach), £^5 15s. 
Kesti," and " Ida " (Scott), /:i6 i6s. 
D'Estournelles de Constant " (Obach), ;^8 8s. 
A. Rodin '" (Meder), j^g 19s. 6d. 
Et6 " (Gutekunst), £11 iis. 
Cercles d'Eau " (Proudfoot), jlTii iis. 
Edo " (Obach), .£'10 los. 
Oxenstierna " (Dunthorne), £g gs. 



214 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 16, 1910. The following were sold by order 
of the Executrix of George Frederick (Fenton) Smith, 
Esq., deceased, late of Cromwell Lodge, Putney Hill, 
S.W. 

1 An Album, containing twenty-eight drawings of Cromartj', by T. 

Allom, Winchester Cathedral, by F. Francia, Edinburgh, by J. Glover, 
Canterbury, by R. Wesiall, R.A., and River Scenes, Landscapes, and 
Sea-pieces, by R. Brandard, A. E. Dayes, W. Payne, J. Varley, etc. 
(Crosland), ^26 55. 

DRAWINGS. 

In the Folio. 

2 Angell, H. Coleman, " Dead Birds " (2), " Azaleas," and " Wood 

.■\nemones " (Gooden and Fox), ;£'i2 12s. 

3 Cox, D. (after), " A Landscape, with a viaduct and gleaners," " Beatrice 

Villa, near Hereford," " A River Scene," by J. M. Ince, and " A 
Coast Scene " (Sampson), £•; 7s. 

4 Cristall, J., 1831, "A Hilly Lake Scene, with a piping shepherd"; and 

" A Farm-yard," by Atkinson (Leggatt), £2 12s. 6d. 

5 Grimms, S. H., " Carnarvon Castle "; " .\ River Scene, with figures," 

by \. E. Dayes; and "A River Scene," by P. Sandby (Vokins), 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

6 Leitch, W. L., " Santa Maria della Salute, Venice " (Vicars), £2 2s. 

7 Owen, S., " A Town on a River "; "A Town on the Coast," engraved 

by W. B. Cooke in " South Coast of England "; and two, by Luke 
Clennell, sepia (Thomas), £2 2S. 

8 Pearson, C, and Wainewright, T. F., " On the River Greta, Cumber- 

land " (Mitchell), £S i8s. 6d. 

9 Smith, J. Clarendon, " A Woody Landscape," with a watch-tower and 

figures (Sampson), £1 is. 

10 Stry, J. Van, " Views in Dordrecht " (Vicars), ;^I2 12s. 

11 Tenkate, H., " The Game of Draughts " (Mitchell), ;^io los. 

12 Varley, J., "A Hilly River Scene, with castle: Sunset," "Westminster 

Bridge," and " Cattle grazing " (Sampson), ;£^ii iis. 

13 Varley, J., " Flint Castle," " North Wales," and " A River Scene " 

(Falser), £s 3s. 

14 De Wint, P., " In the Wheatfield " (Gooden and Fox;, ;^io2 i8s. 

Framed. 

15 Angell, H. Coleman, " White Roses and Gladioli in a Vase," 18J x 11 

(CoUings), j^io los. 

16 Angell, H. Coleman, " Chrysanthemums in a Vase," 15J x iij (Collings), 

£Z 8s. 

17 Angell, H. Coleman, " Raspberries," 8x11 (Gooden and Fox), £12 13s. 

18 Angell, H. Coleman, " Wallflowers and Primroses in a Glass," 10 x 9 

(Collings), £i 8s 



April i6, 1910. 215 

ig Angell, H. Coleman, " Yellow Azaleas," 6 x 8J (Burr), £5 'SS- 6d. 

20 Angell, H. Coleman, " White Roses and Ranunculus," 6J x 9 (Mace), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

21 Angell, H. Coleman, " Dead Birds," a pair, 3^ x 55 (Fine Art Society). 

c^'22 is. 

22 Angell, H Coleman, " White Azalea," and " Pink Azaleas and Mig- 

nonette " (CoUings), £8 8s. 

23 Ball, Wilfrid, " A Town on a Canal," 12 J x 7J (Robinson and Wilde), 

24 Barret, G., " The Embarkation," isi x 21J (Brown and Phillips), 

;^39 1 8s. 

25 Barret, G., " River Scene," 13 x 17J (Williamson), .1^58 i6s. 

26 Barret, G., " .\ Bay Scene, with a castle and cows: Sunset," 12J x 16^ 

(Gooden and Fox), £^2 's. 

27 Barret, G., " A Glade, with a peasant family," 13^ x loj (Sampson), 

^19 19s. 

28 Bouvier, A., "A Roman Peasant-Girl," oval; and "Flowers" (Royals)^ 

£2 2S. 

29 Cattermole, G., 1847, " An Old Moated Castle," 14J x igi (Leach), £y 7s. 

30 Cattermole, G., " An Abbey in the Olden Times," 155 x i:J (Leger), 

31 Coleman, W. S., " The Swan," lo x 8 (Lister), ;^s 15s. 6d. 

32 Collier, T., 1878. " A Moorland Stream," 23J x 35 (Agnew), ;^i89. 

33 Cox, D., " A Common scene, with peasant-women on a rustic bridge,'" 

16 x 23i (Agnew), £'220 los. 

34 Cox, D., "The Edge of a Wood, with a peasant-woman on a white 

horse," 10 x 14^ (Brown and Phillips), £'^2. 

35 Cox, D., " Haymaking," 6 x 9J (Agnew), £6S 55. 

36 Cox, D., 1833, " A Landscape, with a viaduct and three figures," 6f x 9! 

(Agnew), £s2 los. 

37 Cox, D., 1832, " A Landscape, with a cottage and market figures," 

7i X lol (Agnew), £52 los. 

38 Cox, D., " The Church Pool, Bettws-y-coed," 14 x 20 (Vicars), £i:i 13s. 

39 Cox, D., " Cottages, near Bettws-y-coed," 95 x 14J (Brown and PhiUips)^ 

;e2I. 

40 Cox, D., " A Park Scene, with a figure," 9I x 14^ (Falser), £i) 9s. 

41 Cristall, J., " Landscape," 21 x 17J (Parry), £6 16s. 6d. 

42 Fielding, Copley, 1S53, " Loch Etive," 7 x loj (Agnew), ;^i4i 15s. 

43 Foster, Birket, " Rose-Buds," 3^ x 6J (Sampson), ^8 8s. 

44 Goodall, F., R.A., 1866, " The Rising of the Nile," 15^ x 27J (Sampson), 

£^7 17s- 

45 Harding, J. D., " The Bay of Baiae," 29^ x 40 (Sampson), £iy 17s. 

46 Hardwick, J. J., "A Bowl of Roses," gj x iij (Permain), ;^s 5s. 

47 Holland, J., 1844, " A View in Venice," iij x i7i (Agnew), £8g ss. 

48 Hunt, W., " An Earthenware Pitcher, with hollyhocks, vegetables and 

fruit," 29I X 21 (Collings), £2$ 4s. 

49 Hunt, W., " A Rose in a Vase, and a Basket of Fruit," iij x 8 (Agnew),. 

£S^ '4S- 
so Hunt, W., " Hops, Filberts, and a Plum," 7 x loj (Lister), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

51 Hunt, W., " Grapes and a Pear," 7 x joj (Gooden and Fox), £^6 15s. 

52 Hunt, W., " A Brown Jug, and a Lettuce in a Basket," 7i x lo^ 

(Permain), ;i^6 6s. 

53 Hunt, W., " Reading the Bible," ji x 7J (Permain), ;^2i. 



2i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

54 Hunt, W., " Grapes and Strawberries," 5x7 (Agnew), ^26 55. 

55 Hunt, W., " Apple-Blossom and Bird's Nest," 9I x 12 (Gooden and Fox), 

;^SS i6s. 
j6 Hunt, W. Holman, " The Lost Child," sJ x 3J, exhibited at the Guild- 
hall, 1896 (Wortley), £s7 'Ss- 

57 Lucas, W., 1856, " Rustic Courtship," 21 x 17I ( ), ;^22 is. 

58 May, W. W., 1872, "On the Scheldt," 13! x iSJ (Schall), £7 17s. 6d. 

59 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1863, " The Love-Letter," 5x3! (Wortley), 

60 Poole. P. F., R.A., 1842, "Jump!" 7 x iif (J. H. King), ;/;'i2 12s. 

61 Prout, S., " An Old Tower on the edge of a Lake," 17I x 12 

(Williamson), ;^23 2S. 

62 Robson, G. F., " A Highland Valley," yi x ii| (.■\gnew), j^ii iis. 

63 Rowbotham, T. L., 1863, " The Island of Capri," and " The Grand 

Canal, Venice " (Sampson), ;£6 6s. 

64 Sandby, P., R.A., " River Scenes," a pair, 6 x 17I (Wagner), ^^5 15s. 6d. 

65 Sherrin, J., " A Branch of an Apple-Tree," iii x 16 (Mitchell), 

;£ri4 3s. 6d. 

66 Steelink, W., " Driving Sheep," 5x11 (Faber), ^10 10s. 

67 TayJer, F., 1872, " The Rush-Gatherers," 29J x 20 j (Mitchell), ;^22 is. 

68 Turner, " Durham," sl x 9 (Agnew), ;^39 18s. 

69 Varley, J., " Classical River Scene," 25 x 36J (Mullen), £g gs. 

70 Varley, J., " River Scene "; and " Heidelberg," by Ince (Agnew), 

£1^ 14s. 
71 Westall, R., R.A., " Mrs. Agar Ellis and child," circular; and " Head 
of a Lady," oval (Agnew), ;£ii os. bd. 

72 Wimperis, E. M., 1880, " A Windy Day," 185 x 295 (Agnew), ^£^105. 

73 De Wint, P., *' Gloucester," iij x 18 (.'^gnew), £62- 

74 De Wint, P., "Buildwas .Abbey," 12 x 18^ (Gooden and Fox), ^^75 12s. 

75 De Wint, P., " Cross Deep, Twickenham," g^ x 175 (.\gnew), £t^6 los. 

76 De Wint, P., " On the Road from Bethesda to Ogwen Lake." 11 x 17J 

(Agnew), ;^42. 

77 De Wint, P., "On the River Derwent, Matlock," 11 x 17S (Faber), 

78 De Wint, P., " Randall's Mill, Nine Elms," 10 x isi (.Agnew), ;£ji05. 

79 De Wint, P., " Twickenham," 11 x 17J (Mullen), ;£^i6 i6s. 

80 De Wint, P., " A Sand Quarry, near Ludlow," iij x iSJ (Leggatt), 

;^44 2S. 

81 De Wint, P., " Matlock," 11 x 175 (Agnew), ^£'42. 
S2 De Wint, P., " Lincoln," gi x 16 (Faber), ;^6o i8s. 

83 De Wint, P., "A View over a River," 12 x 14J (Faber), £^2. 

84 De Wint, P., " A View of a Town," iii x 18 (.Agnew), ^^57 15s. 

*5 De Wint, P., " Cottages among Trees," 11 x 172 (.Agnew), ^^33 12s. 

86 De Wint, P., " A Road Scene," 11 x 14J (Mullen), ^25 4s. 

Sy De Wint, P., " River Scene, with cows," iij x 18 (King), ;£26 5s. 

88 De Wint, P., " A Village among Trees," 6 x 2Si (Vicars), £6 6s. 

89 De Wint, P., "A Ruined Abbey," iii x 18 (Vicars), ^£'13 13s. 

90 De Wint, P., " A Park Scene, with a temple and figures," gj x 15^ 

(Vicars), ^^19 19s. 

91 De Wint, P.. Berncastel on the Moselle," 9 x 13 (Agnew), ^56 14s. 

^2 De Wint, P., " Farm Buildings, ricks and castle," 10 x 22i (Agnew), 
£25 4S- 



April i6, 1910. 217 



93 



De Wint, P., " A Cottage, with a peasant woman and poultry," gj 



(Agnew), ;^i8 i8s. 

94 De Wint, P., " Farm Buildings, by a pond," 9 x 13 (Agnew), £62- 

95 De Wint, P., " River scene, with a stone bridge," loj x 29 (Vicars), 

£1^ 14s. 

96 De Wint, P., " River scene, with an angler and a punt," loj x 15J 

(Vicars), £^,1 los. 

97 De Wint, P., "Road scene, with felled timber," 13 x iSi (Vicars), 

98 De Wint, P., " A Market-Cart, crossing a stream," 8-i x 12 (Mullen.' 

99 De Wint, P., " A Cottage among trees," 8i x 13 (Falser), £6 6s. 
100 De Wint, P., "A Welsh Mill," loj x 14I (Mullen), ;£i2 12s. 

loi De Wint, P., " A view on the Downs," gj x isi (Agnew), j^g4 los. 

102 De Wint, P.," Bolton, looking towards Barden Tower," and " A Pool 

among trees" (Gooden and Fox), ;^26 5s. 

103 De Wint, P., " Buildings near a hillside," and " A Landscape, with 

horses " (Leaf), ^^37 i6s. 

104 De Wint, P.. " Landscape, with a castle and figures," and " A Canal, 

with buildings and shipping " (Eyles), £23 2S. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

105 " A Woody Landscape, with a peasant driving sheep across a bridge," 

i7j X 23J (Lister), £3 3s. 

106 Bevis, R., 1876, "Turning the herd in the Campagna," 45 x 65 

(Clarke), j£^6s 2s. 

107 Bock, Th. De, " Dans les Dunes," 17! x 30J (Tooth), ;^35 14s. 

108 Bock, Th. De, " A Woody Pool, with cattle," 20 x 31 (Tooth), i^'ios. 

109 Bock, Th. De, " Apres la pluie," 21 x 32 (Tooth), ^{^90 6s. 
no Bock, Th. De, " A Sandy Road," 14 x 22I (Obach), £23 2s. 

111 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1872, " Four cows and four sheep, on the bank 

of a river," 29^ x 42* (Lister), £1^2 5^- 

112 Cox, D., " Ploughing the Upland," 13J x 17 (Permain), ;^36 15s. 

113 Danby, T., 1878 " View from Bellaggio, Lake Como," 35 x 59 (Wagner), 

£io gs. 

114 Foster, Birket, " The Ford," 39 x 59 (Sampson), ;^i3i 5s. 

lis Hardy, T. D., " The Young Pedlar," 7i x 6 (Mitchell), £^ 4s. 

116 Heijiigers, A. F., 1867, "The Town Crier of Bruges," 10^ x 13 

(Williamson), ;^37 16s. 

117 Hunt, \\'alter, 1886, " Overmatched," 34* x 47 (D. M. Davis), ^^57 153. 

118 Hunt, Walter, 1885, " The Dog in the manger," 23 x 35^ (Mullen), 

j^i4i 15s. 

119 Hunt, Walter, 1885, " The Fly in the milk," 27'- x 35! (Mullen), 

^^73 I OS. 

120 Ladell, E., " Still Life on a table," iij x gl (Copsey), £1^ 14s. 

121 Levis, M., 1892, " The Edge of Lake Neuf," 14 x 17! (Major), £23 2S. 

122 Levis, M., 1891, " Un Atelier de Serrurerie i la Campagne," 6x9 

(Money), ;£'i6 5s. 6d. 

123 Montigny, Jules, 1864, " In the Farmyard," 29^ x 38 (Mullen), £g gs. 

124 Mulready, .'\. E., " Tired Out," and " .-V Woody Stream " (Major) 

£3^ IDS. 

125 O'Neill, G. B., " The Fairy Tale," 18 x 141 (Lister), ^^52 los. 

126 Todt, M., 1880, " The Despatch-Bearer," 10 x 6J (Sampson), £30 gs. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



127 Todt, M., 1881, " The Lute-Player," on panel, 9x7 (Leggatt), £3^ i8s. 

128 Vickers, A., 1849, " The Watermill," 39 x 54 (Mullen), £^y i6s. 

129 Vickers, A., 1856, " Evening in the Vale of Neath," 25^ x 39 (Vicars), 

I'^o Vickers, A., " River Scene," q^ x 13I (Schall), ^^8 8s. 

131 Woolmer, A. J., 1885, " Haddon Hall Terrace," 13 x ig (Upperton), 



£6 6s. 



OLD PICTURES. 



132 Breen, A. Van, " Winter Landscape," signed with initials, and date'i 

1611, 17J X 26 (Howard), £^3 "s. 

133 Goyen, Van, " The Village of Nichtervecht," and " Head of Masaccio " 

(Parsons), £6 i6s. 6d. 

134 Hobbema, " Woody Landscape," 26 x 34 (S. Smith), ;^5 5s. 

135 Hone, N., " Portrait of Miss Kitty Fisher, in dark dress with brown 

sleeves," signed, and dated 1758, 29J x 24 (Parsons), £g 19s. 6d. 

136 Huysum, J. Van, " Flowers in a Glass Bowl," 24 x 20 (Cohen), £g 9s. 

137 Kneller, " Portrait of a youth (said to be Sir Isaac Newton), in green 

dress," 23 x 19J (Vicars), j^'ii us. 

138 Leyden, Van, " The Crucifixion," 19I x 15 (C. Davis), £g<) 153. 

139 Neer, Van Der, " River Scene," 22J x 32^ (Cohen), £jo 9s. 

140 Teniers, " An Interior, with figures, and a peasant frying an omelette," 

14 X 18 (Parsons), £'i2. 

141 Velde, E. Van de, " The Sacking of a Town," 29 x 41 J (Cohen), ;^42. 

142 Velde F., Van de, " A Town on a frozen river," 18J x 38 (Cohen), 

£S4 I2S. 

The property of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

143 Whittaker, J. W., 1S68, " Welsh River Scene," iij x 24J (White), ;^s 5s. 

144 Willis, H. B., 1858, " Cattle in a Meadow," 12J x 17^ (Collins), ^25 4s. 

PICTURES. 

14s Brillouin, G., " La Lecture 4 I'Atelier, 7 x gj (Wallis), ;£i2 12s. 

146 Lambinet. E., " River Scene," with a farm, 6 x gj (Tooth), ^^30 gs. 

147 Linnell, J., sen., " Italian River Scene," with figures, iji x 21 (Law- 

rence), ;£'68 5s. 

148 Mesker, J., 1880, " An Artist in his Studio," iq x 14 (Tooth), ^8 8s. 

149 Munger, G., " On the River near Poissy," 13I x 20^ (Harrison), ;^24 3s. 

150 Ruysdael, " Woody Landscape," with figures on a road, 18J x 2Si 

(Cohen), jfTso 8s. 

151 Venne, A. Van Der, i88i, " A Hungarian Wedding," isi x 2sJ (Gray), 

£7 7S. 

152 Vincent, G., " On the Yare," with boats and figures, 13! x 18J (Hobbs), 

£'i7 53- 



April i8, 1910. 21Q 



April 18, 1910. The following were the property of 
John Grossman, Esq., JM.D., of 331, Wandsworth Road, 
S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 
Unf rained. 

1 Dodgson, G., "The Ferry," "The Cliffs, Filey," and "The llaj- 

Barge " (Miller), £4 53. 

2 Payne, \V., " A Waterfall," and " A Rocky River Scene " (Perrin), iSs. 

3 Steen, Jan (after), " A Card-Party," by A. Schouman, 8J x loj (Miller', 

£2 lOS. 

4 Ward, E. M., R.A., "A Roman Pififerari-Player," and ".Apple-Blossom," 

by W. Cruikshank (Howard), i6s. 

Fr a 17 led. 

5 Absolon, A., " A Toper,'' loi x 7 (Lister), £1 153. 

6 Bach, Guido, 1870, " The Bride," 11x8 (Lister), £2 5s. 

7 Banks, E., " Hurst Wood, Tunbridge Wells," and " In the Highlands," 

by Tom Rowden, 1890 (Howiett), £1 los. 

8 Barret, G., " A Landscape, with a castle and figures "; and " Proteus 

and the Courtier," by J. Burney (Vicars), £1 8s. 

9 Bradley, Basil, and Tayler, F., 1864, " Glencoe," 14^ x 21 (While), 

;^I0 los. 

10 Cattermole, C, " The Parley at the Monastery," 11 x 18 (Leger), 

.-^5 la's- 6d. 

11 Conyers, Miss, " Colin Clout and Marian," black and red chalk, 6| x gj 

(Leger), 8s. 
J2 Deane, W. W., " The Monastery Church," 17 x 12J (Howiett), £1 5s. 

13 Dodgson, G., " The Ferry," 12^ x iqJ (Willis), ;^5 55. 

14 Fripp, G. A., 1864, " Trebarwith," gl x 14 (Hodgson), £2 12s. 6d. 

15 Girtin, T., " Rocky Coast Scene," 19 x 31 (Lister), i6s. 

16 Haghe, L., " Oliver Cromwell on the morning of the Battle of Xaseby," 

17J X 23^ (Yuill), ;^I3 13s. 

17 Haghe, " The Burgomaster's \\'ife," and " The Young Falconer " (Leger), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

18 Haghe, L., " The Connoisseur," and " Richelieu and his Secretary " 

(Leger), £7 7s. 
iq Haghe, L., " .-^ Street in Rome," and " A Roman Fountain " (Howiett), 
£1 5s- 

20 Haghe, L., " The Monastery Door," and " Caen," by L. J. Wood 

(Bowden), j^s ss. 

21 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S..\., " Venice from the Lagoons," iii x 17J 

(Roberts), :^s iss. 6d. 

22 Harding, J. D., " Thiers "; and " A River Scene," by J. M. Ince 

(Perrin), £2. 

23 Hardy, T. B., " The Wayside," 7i x 12^ (Wagner), £2 ss. 

24 Johnson, Harry, " In the Vie Scher Thai," and " The Convent of 

Assisi " (Hill), £1 IS. 



220 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

as Leitch, W. L., 1871, " On the Hills, Braemar," 6| x i^i (Mullen), 
£^ iss. 6d. 

26 Leitch, W. L., " Deeside," Ri x 13I (Hunt), ^^5 ii;s. 6d. 

27 Leitch, W. L., 1872, " A Highland Loch, witli cattle," 7J x 14 (Mullen), 

:/Tl2 IS. 6d. 

28 Linton, W., " Carnarvon Castle "; and " On the Mississipi," by E. 

Sebron (Leger), /^2 2s. 

29 Macallum, Hamilton, " On the West Coast of Scotland "; and " A 

Fountain, near Rome," by W. L. Leitch (Howlett), i8s. 

30 Maplestone, F., 1881, " An Incident in the French Revolution "; and 

" The Bathers," by H. K. Browne (Howlett), ^^4 53. 

31 Mole, J. H., " Shrimpers Returning," and " On East Lyn, North Devon " 

(Weaver), £g 9s. 

32 Mole, J. H., " In Hillersdon Woods," and " Near Bradminster " (White), 

£7 /S- 

33 Mole, J. H., " Come Along," and " In Surrey " (Sampson), £6 6s. 

34 Mogford, J., " Perranporth, Cornwall," and " First Snow Morning, 

Coast of Scotland " (Mullen), j£y ys. 

35 Mogford, J., " East Loch Tarbet," " Bude," and " Near Bamborough " 

(Sampson), £2 2S. 

36 Mogford, J., " Dunwich, Suffolk," and " Bull Bay, Isle of Anglesea " 

(Leger), £3 13s. 6d. 

37 Mogford, J., " Fort St. Catherine, Jersey," and " St. Mary's Isle, 

Cumberland " (C. Smith), £2 12s. 6d. 

38 Palmer, Sutton, 1880, " On the River Glengarifl," gj x 13! (C. Smith) 

;£'io 10s. 

39 Palmer, Sutton, " A River Scene "; and " A Storm in the Highlands,' 

by G. Dodgson (Sampson), ;^3 3s. 

40 Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1863, " The Alps," 4 x ii| (Sampson), £1 is. 

41 Prout, Skinner, " A View in a Town," and " A Coast Scene " (Church), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

42 Robins, T. S., 1877, " Shakespeare's Cliff: Storm clearing off," 14J x 22 

(Robinson), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 

43 Robins, T. S., 1850, " On the Devonshire Coast," 12J x igj (Leger), 

£'i 4S- 

44 Robins, T. S., " Clovelly," and " Etretat, Normandy " (Leger), 

£S '5s. 6d. 

45 Smith, W. Collingwood, " Fort St. Catherine, St. Malo," and " Ben 

Nc\is " (Srinipion), £2. 

46 Smith, W. Collingwood, " The Matterhorn," and " Nero's Aqueduct,'' 

oval (Capt. Young), /'a los 

47 Solomon, Simeon, " An Early Christian Martyr," 4I x 6i (Wagner), £,2. 

48 Steeple. J., "A Welsh Landscape"; and " Ambleteuse," by C. j. 

Lewis (Lawson), j^_.'2 2s. 

49 Tayler, F., "A Fish-Market on the Coast"; and "Angers," by Nash 

(Hewlett), 15s. 

50 Walters, G. S., 1870, "A Welsh River Scene"; and "Three Clifls liay, 

Gower," by R. Duncan (Newman), /'.2 !{s. 
!;i Webb, J., 1872, " Land's End "; and " Fisher-Girls," by W. Barrett, 

1872 (Howiofti, /:i 15s. 

52 Weedon, A. W., 1884, " Kilchurn Castle "; and " A Spate in the High- 

lands," by W. 15ennett (Crews), £8 8s. 

53 Whiteford, S. T., " Fruit," gj x 12J (Wagner), £2 ss. 



April i8, 1910. 221 

54 Williams, Penry, " An Italian Peasant-Woman and Child "; and " A 

Breton Fisher-Girl," by F. J. Skill, 1869 (Howlett), £1 15s. 

55 Willis, H. B., "An Illustration to ' Beattie's Ode to Peace'"; and 

" Mangerton and Turc Mountains, Killarney " (Fowler), 12s. 

56 Wyld, W., "The Doge's Palace, Venice"; and "The Piazza of Sc 

Mark's, Venice," hy H. Wilson (Palser), £^ los. 

PICTURES. 

57 Angillis, P., " A Hurdy-Gurdy Player, and Market Figures," 28 x 23 

(P:irsons), /'a^ i^. 

58 Duffield, W., 1841, " Grapes, Apples and Pears," and " Fruit " (Collin^s), 

£1 IS. 

59 Johnston, F., " The Maypole "; and " On the Cornish Coast," by J. 

Moglord (Howlett), ^^3 3s. 

60 Linton, W., " Sparta," " Nauplia,' and " Cheronaea," three in on» 

frame (Leger), £2. 

61 Miiller, Adolph, "Gossips"; and "Breakfast on Board," by W. M 

Wyllie (Wagner), .;^ii iis. 

62 Valentin, " Soldiers Gambling," 43 x 58 (Maynard), ^i lis. 6d. 

63 Velde, Van De, " A Naval Engagement," and " Lyme Regis " (Van 

nuren), /ri2 J2S. 

64 Whittle, T., 1874, " On the River, near Bettws-y-Coed," 15 x 2ii 

(Warner), 3^712 12s. 

The following were sold by order of the Trustees 
of the will of William Shoosmith, Esq., deceased, late 
of Northampton. 

DRAWINGS. 

6.S Campi, G., " Pompeian Figures," 12^ x 17^ (Leger), £2. 

66 Cattermole, C, " An .'\rmy on the March," i4i x 2oi (Wylde), 3^12 12s. 

67 Cattermole, C, 1S77, " A Standard-Bearer," 2i| x 14I (Leaf), £16 16*. 

68 Cattermole, C, 1867, " A Trumpeter," 2o5 x 14^ (Bates), /TiS i6s. 
6q Cox, D., " A Welsh River," q^ x 14^ (Perrin), J'.q los. 

70 Webb, J., i8s2, " The Entrance to the Zuyder Zee," 13! x iqj (White,", 

;£ri2 I2S. 

71 \\'ebb, J., 1S52, " Table Mountain, from the Sea," 18 x 24 (Holland), 

£1^ 4S. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

72 Bridell, F. Lee, 1S52, " A Woody River Scene "; " A Rocky Landscape,'' 

by S. Rosa; and "A Bay Scene: Sunset" (Crabbe), £1^ i.ss. 

73 Diaz, N., " Venus and Cupid," $£ x 3! (Leger), £2 los. 

74 Holland, J., 1863, " Venice by Moonlight," 9} x I3i (Norton), ;^9 gs. 

76 Janssens, V. H., " A Classical Subject," 9^ x I3i (Dale), j^g gs. 

77 Leyden, " David Returnihg with the Head of Goliath," 16 x 27i 

(Perrin), ,^8 18s. 6d. 

78 Morland, " Peasants, Pigs and Donkey," 29 x 24 (Ford), .^'ii iis. 

79 Niemann, E. J., 1865, " Near Festiniog," 23 x 42^ (Wade), /T'S i8s. 

80 Niemann, E. J., " On the Llugwy, North Wales," loj x 16J (Wade), 

£6 6s. 

81 Romney, " Head of a Boy, as a young Bacchanal," and " Lord 

Morpeth," after Sir I. Reynolds, P.R.A. (Grant), £24 3s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



82 Schaefels, H. F., ' The Gates of Antwerp," 2ql x 24 (Oldham), ^8 8"! 
&:\ Shayer, W., Sen., " Welsh Kivcr Scene," 27 x 35J (Wood), £2.1; ts. 

84 Shayer, W., Sen., 1849, " A Fisherman, with his child, and a c'.!;ikey," 

iy,k X iii (Bell), ;^i8 i8s. 

85 Stark, " A View near a Farm," 17 x 23! (Mitchell), £g gs. 

86 Stark, " River Scene," 17J x 23J (Mullen), ;^ii iis. 

87 Titian, " Cupid, seated in a landscape, playing on a viol da Gamba," 

18 X I4i (Maynard), £6 6s. 

88 Weber, Otto, " Village Gossips, Brittany," 25^ x 35^ (Holt), £5 5s. 

8q Haynes-Williams, "The Young Mother"; and "The Fortune-Teller," 
by De Keyser (Holt), £^ 4s. 

The following were sold by order of the Executors ot 
Mrs. Bostock, deceased, late of 47, Sheep Street, 
Northampton. 

DRAWINGS. 

90 Cattermole, C, " On the March," and " Calling in the Stragglers," a 

pair, 15 X 29J (Sampson), ;^I9 19s. 

91 Cattermole, C, 1878, " The Siege of Lathom House," 19J x 33J (Perrin), 

£29 8s. 

92 Cattermole, C, " Preaching to the Ironsides," 7J x 16J (Goode), £S 8s. 

93 Cattermole, C, " Enquiring the Way," 7 x 15^ (Holland), £S i8s. 6d. 

94 Catterm.ole, C, 1869, " .'Vn Army on the March," and " In Times cf 

Peace," a pair, 2f x 9 (Perrin), ;^io los. 

95 Cattermole, C, and Clarke, G. R., "The Old Inn, Banbury: The 

exterior and the interior," a pair, 16 x 22I (Perrin), ^15 iss. 

96 Davidson, C, " Woodland Scene," 18 x 29 (Mitchell), £g igs. 6d. 

97 Davidson, C, " Loading Fern, on the common," 18 x 29 (Perrin), £8 8s. 

98 Davidson, C, " Spring-Time," 14 x 22 (Bowden), £^ 55. 

99 Hardy, T. B., 1878, "A Breezy Morning: Mouth of the Scheldt," 

12^ x 19 (Smith), ^11 IIS. 

100 Lloyd, Stuart, 1887, " On the Helford River, Cornwall," 29 x 49 (Holt), 

;^i6 i6s. 

101 Penley, A. E., 1862, " Loch Lomond, near to Luss," 25-i x 46J (Ellis), 

;£'i6 i6s. 

102 Sheffield, G., 1876, " Returning from Market: Winter," 28J x 49 (Howell), 

103 Syer, J., 1874, " The River Findhorn, Inverness-shire," 23 x 37 (Goodwyn), 

£ii 13s- 
J04 Wallis, J., " Landscape," 19 x 27! (Bell), £2 12s. 6d. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

105 "The Goldsmith's Shop "; and "An Interior, with two figures," after 

Terburg, on panel (Hodson), £S 8s. 

106 Glendening, A. A., 1888, " Across the Heath," 29 x 49 (Cranmer), 

£1^ MS- 

107 Gosling, W., " Moonlight on the Thames," 17 x 33^ (Ward), ;^8 8s. 

108 Hardy, J., Jun., 1854, " Gordon Setters," 26^ x 21^ (Sampson), £7 7s. 

109 Holder, E. H., 1882, " The Lledr Valley, North Wales," igj x 29J 

(Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 



April i8, 1910. 223 

no Holder, E. H., 1882, " A Welsh Homestead, North Wales," 26J x iq} 
(Sampson), j^/; ss. 

111 Holder, E. H., 1882, " Welsh River Scene," 26 x igj (Sampson), ;^s 5s. 

112 Hurt, L. B., " Loch Torridon, Ross-shire," 23J x 35J (Sampson), £^5 4S- 

113 Hurt, L. B., " On Snowdon," 12 x 18J (Ward), j£r7 17s. 6d. 

114 Koekkoek, M. A., 1844, " Woody River Scene," 26J x 36 (Mitchell), 

jf,i^ 4S. 6d. 

115 Montague, A., i860, " Dort," 20 x 29^ (Peters), jC? 7S- 

116 Percy, S. R., 1853, " Llyn-y-Gaden, near Beddgelert, North Wales," 

33 ^ 49l (Wells), jCg gs. 

117 Percy, S. R., " Mountainous Landscape," 35 x 51 (Perrin), £8 i8s. 6d. 

118 Roberts, D., R.A., " The Council Chamber. \'enice," I3i x 10 (Ward), 

119 Scognamiglio, A., 1876, " Chickens," 45 x 31 (Misell, Jun.), ^£'3 3s. 

120 Scognamiglio, A., 1S87, " A Bedouin Arab," 24^ x 20J (Sampson), £1 is. 

121 Shayer, W., Sen., " A Welsh Homestead," 2q x 26 (Peters), ^ig 8s. 6d. 
132 Stark, " Woody Landscape," 17J x 23 (Perrin), ;^I4 14s. 

123 Strutt, A., " A Hound and Puppies," 13 x 19J (Leger), £;} 13s. 6d. 

124 Strutt, A. W., " Watched Pots Never Boil," 31 x 44 (Livered), ;^29 8s. 

125 Syer, J., " The Vale of Bett\vs-y-Coed," 11 x 23J (Perrin), £6 i6«. 6d. 

126 Syer, J., " The Edge of the Common," and "A Landscape, with farm 

buildings, etc.," (Perrin), ^9 9s. 

127 Tennant, J., 1862, " The Old Bridge at Llangattock," 20J x 35J (Knutz), 

;^I0 I OS. 

128 Walters, G. S., 1887, " On the Old Canal, Dort, Holland," 23 x 35J 

(Ward), j<?Q iQ.s. fid. 
120 Walters, G. S., 1887, " A Dutch Village," 2ii x 36 (Vokins), :^23 2S. 

130 Webb, A., " 0£F the North Foreland," igj x 27J (Perrin), £g 19s. 6d. 

131 Webb, J., 1854, " Old Calais Pier," 17 x 23I (Frost), £5 5s. 

132 Williams, E. C, " River Scenes," a pair, gj x 13I (Perrin), £y 17s. 6d. 

133 Williams, G. A., 1843, " The ' Old Bell ' Inn," 39 x 49 (Mrs. Wheeler), 

£32 us. 

OLD PICTURES. 

134 Brakenburg, " A Village Fair," 26^ x 34 (Wagner), ;£i7 6s. 6d. 

135 Castro, De, " Still Life on a Table," and " A Winter Landscape " 

(Parsons), £2^ 6s. 

136 Dutch School, " .^n Interior, with figures at a repast," 15 x 21J 

(Cohen), ^84. 

137 Janssens, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark dress with lace ruff," 

oval, 29i X 24J (Collins), £i 13s. 6d. 

138 Ostade, " An Interior, with figures merrymaking," 18 x 21^ (Richard- 

son), ;f^l7 17s. 

139 Rysbrack, R., 1742, " Vegetables," 34^ x 51 (Collings), ;^3 3s. 

140 Stry, Van, " Landscape," 23 x 32^ (Perrin), ;^I5 iss. 

141 Terburg, " An Interior, with a lady, seated, playing a guitar," 20 x 18J 

(Howard), £138 12s. 
143 Vernet, " River Scene, with washerwomen," 17 x 24J (Perrin), £is 'S^- 



224 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 23, 1910. The following were the property of 
J. Vavasseur, Esq., C.B., deceased, late of Blackheath, and 
Kilverstone Hall, Thetford, and were sold with per- 
mission of the Court. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 
DRAWINGS. 

1 Allingham, H., i88o, " The Lady of the Manor," 14J x 19 (Vokins), 

2 Bayliss, Sir Wyke, " The Interior of Orvieto Cathedral," 20 x 29 

(Mitchell), ;^io los. 

3 Beavis, R., 1882, " Skirts of the Forest at Fontainebleau : Timber- 

clearing," 16 X 27J (Heape), ^£'22 is. 

4 Burton, Sir F. VV., R.H.A., " Yelitza," 13^ x 10 (Leggatt), £35 14s. 

5 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1863, " Nine Sheep on the Bank of a Stream," 

16 X 23i (Mitchell), £65 2S. 

6 Emslie, .\. E., " A Mother and Child," 18 x 135 (Cooling), ^^5 15s. 6d. 

7 Fielding, Copley, " The Bay of Naples," 25J x 39 (Gooden and Fox), 

;£378- 

8 Fielding, Copley, 1840, " Loch Achray," iij x 16^ (Agnew), .£304 ids. 

9 Foster, Birket, " Greta Bridge, Yorkshire," loj x 15^ (Agnew), ;i^i26. 

10 Haag, Carl, 1873, " AlUhu Akbar : (God is most great)," i6| x 34 

(Agnew), ^"73 IDS. 

11 Haghe, L., 1843, " Cromwell and Ireton," 29^ x 26J (Gooden and Fox), 

;^3i «os. 

12 Hunt, W., " Purple and White Grapes, and a Sprig of Holly," 9 x 13J 

(Agnew), ^68 ss- 

13 Hunt, W., " Primroses," 7J x 11 (Agnew), £^y 5s. 

14 Hunt, W., " Mulberries and Nuts," 3! x 5 (Sampson), ^^5 5s. 

15 Hunt, W., i860, " Cobnuts," 4J x 5 (Sampson), .;^s 55. 

16 Linnell, J., Sen., " Peasants and Cattle, in a landscape," 4x6 (Agnew), 

;^i6 i6s. 

17 Prout, .S., " Folkestone," 18 x 25 (Agnew), £^{2. 

18 Prout, S., " A Street in a Norman Town, with figures," 17 x 12 

(Leggatt), £s2 los. 

19 Taylor, E., " A Girl of Sorrento," iij x 9^ (Sampson), £$ los. 

20 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Florence," 12 J x 19, Burlington House, 18S9, 

engraved by E. Goodall in the " Keepsake," 1827 (."Vgnew), £y8y los. 

21 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Off Holy Island," 6i x gi (Vicars), i;i78 los. 

22 Varley, J., " A View near a River, with a cottage, figures and cattle," 

9J X i3Jf (D. M. Davis), £^6 15s. 
13 Westall, W., A.R.A., " A Town on a River," 3^ x sJ (Cooling), ;£'ii iis. 

PICTURES. 

24 Baxter, C, 1857, " Wild Flowers," 18 x 14J (Cooling), j£^i2 12s. 

25 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1865, " A View in Surrey," 13J x igj (Gooden and 

Fox), ;^i3i ss. 



April 23, 1910. 225 

26 Cooke, E. W., R.A., " The Piazzetta, Venice," 31^ x 26^ (Sampson), 

£l^ iSs. 

27 Cooke, E. W., R.A., " The Piazzetta, Venice, with the Campanile, the 

Doge's Palace, and the Lion Column," 31^ x 265 (Sampson), jQ(>2,. 

28 Elmore, A., R.A., 1856, " The Emperor Charles V. at the Monastery 

of Yuste," 18 X 24i (Lister), ^^36 iss. 

29 Faed, J., R.S.A., " The Raid of Ruthven," 19I x 26 (Spink), £$2 los. 

30 [.eader, B. W., R.A., 1867, " An Autumn Evening in the Valley of the 

Lledr," 40 x 65 (J. Collings), £\(>%. 

31 Miiller, W., 1841, " Gillingham Church," agi x 24^ (Agnew), £1^-^ 5s. 

32 \asmyth. P., 1830, " Leigh Woods," 27^ x 39I, from the Collection of 

Lord Northwick, 1859, for whom it was painted (Agnew), :^i627 los. 

33 Xasmyth, P., " Woody Landscape," 7^ x 6^ (Gooden and Fox), £Z^ 5s. 

34 VVyburd, F. J., " Returning from Church in the Bavarian Tyrol," 9} x 7 

(Leggatt), £i, i8s. 6d. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 
DRAWINGS. 

35 Tenkate, M., " Snowballing," 13J x 19J (Upperton), £-j 17s. 6d. 

36 Tenkate, M., " .\n Old Soldier Angling," 14^ x i8£ (Vokins), ;^s 15s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

37 Bonheur, Rosa, " The Royal Mule," 12J x loj (Sampson), ;^54 12s. 

38 Deutsch, L., " Reading the News," 21 x 25 (Tooth), ;i£r236 5s. 

39 Deutsch, L., 1894, " An Amateur," 23J x 16J (Sampson), ;^g4 los. 

40 Heijligers, A. F., :86o, " Interiors with Figures," a pair, 8i x 7 (Vokins), 

;^8 i8s. 6d. 

41 Martino, E. De, 1889, "Shipping at Spithead : Moonlight," 22i x 16 

(Sampson), £S 18s. 6d. 

42 Martino, E. De, " H.M.S. ' Bombay ' in the Atlantic," 22I x i6 

(Sampson), £i 8s. 
4i PIoll, v., " The Despatch," 10 x 7I (Mitchell), £17 17s. 

44 Schachinger, G., 1881, " \ Lady of Old Augsburg," 8x5' (Wallis), 

£l 7s- 

45 Schmidt, E. A., 1891, " Michael Angelo in his Studio," igj x 25^ 

(Leggatt), £^s 3S- 

46 Schmidt, E. A., " An Artist in his Studio," 13^ x iij (Mitchell), j£^2i 

47 Schmidt, E. A., " The Philosopher," 9x5* (Du Cros), £g 19s. 6d. 

48 Springer, C, 1867, " A Street in Amsterdam," 23J x 19J (Mitchell). 

£^1 17s- 

OLD PICTURES. 

49 Cuyp, .\., " A Landscape : Evening, peasants and cattle in the fore- 

ground," 17J X 2iJ (Lippmann), £2?,Ti 'ns. 

50 Kobell, Jan, " A Dairy Farm," 15 x 19J (Gooden and Fox), ;^S4 12s. 

51 Neefs, P., " The Interior of a Church," 19 x 31 (Gooden and Fox). ;^42. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

52 Cox, D., " Shrimpers on the Sands," 6J x loi (Du Cros), £ji 8s. 

53 Hunt, W., " Primroses and Hedge-Sparrow's Nest," 7^ x loi (Gooden 

and Fox), .;^4g 7s. 

Q 



226 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

54 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1863, " Six Sheep in the Snow," iij x j/^ 

(Sampson), ^^50 8s. 

55 Allingham, H., " A Roadside Cottage," 8 x iij (Bowden), £,2^ 3s. 

56 Fraipont, G., " Mont St. Michel," 2ii x 325 (Robinson and Wilde), 

£(> 6s. 

57 Schmidt, E. A., " The Path through the Wood," and " .\ Hedge-Row " 

(Waugh), jCii OS. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

58 Leslie, C. 1881, " Rhayadr Falls, North Wales." i'j\ x 31J (Sampson), 

£2 2S. 

59 Schmidt, E. A., " The Interrupted Ceremony," 9 x 6f (\'icars), ;^io los. 

60 Schmidt, E. A., " A Glass of Wine," and " Head of a Cavalier " 

(Du Cros), -£6 6s. 

61 Bedini, P., " Winding the Skein," 12I x 9 (Leggatt), ;^28 7s. 

62 Jacquet, G., " Clarissa," 12J s g (Holland), £^'y ss- 

63 Shayer, W., Sen., 1835, " The Village Inn," 27 x 35 (Gooden and Fox), 

;^II5 los. 

■64 Shayer, W., Sen., " The Fisherman's Home," 27 x 35 (Gooden and 
Fox), ^7105. 

65 .Solomon, Solomon J., R..\., 1885, " A Bacchante," 23 x 41 fMitcheil), 

66 Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1891-2, " .-\berfeldy," 47 x 715 (Tooth), £g\ los. 
^7 Hardy, Heywood, " Trying the Gorse," 35J x 47 (Gooden and Fox), 

£l^ 8s. 
68 Windus, W. L., "Morton Before Claverhouse : A scene from 'Old 

Mortality,' " 44 x 66 (Gale), ^£^52 los. 
-69 Pettie, J., R..^., " Distressed Cavaliers Turned Highwaymen," 2\\ x 34 

(Heape), ^36 15s. 
70 Priestman, Bertram, 1905, "Summer," 27^- x 355 (Wallis), £11 us. 

71 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1858, " Oak Trees Breaking into Leaf, Cadzon 

Forest," 15I x 23^ (Connell), ;^i2o 15s. 

72 Herdman, R., R.S.A., 1858, " David's Evening Hymn," 29! x 23^ (Reade), 

73 Oakes, J. W., A.R.-'X., " The Mouth of the Thames: Southend," 34J x 49-5 

(Charles), £e^2 los. 

74 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., " Caernarvonshire Hills from .Anglesea," 43I x 55I 

(Charles), £2'} 6s. 

75 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1876, " Fording a Tidal Creek," 47 x 65 

(Harley), £21 los. 

76 Long, Edwin, R.A., 1869, " The .Spanish Armistice, " 53 x 94 (Treasure), 

£l^ iSs. 

The following were the property of Mrs. Woodward, 
•of Glancathara, Clarence Park South, Weston-super-Mare. 

DRAWINGS. 

77 " River .Scene," 13 x 17? (Robinson and Wilde), £2 2S. 

78 Bradley. Basil, " In Full Cry," 15I x 26 (Bowden), £2:, 4s. 

79 Bundy, Edgar, " The .Argument," 145 x 21 (Lister), £y] i6s. 

80 Hardy, J., Jun., 1863, " A Dead Pheasant," jgi x 26 (Fades), ;^i6 J6s. 



April 23, 19 10. 227 

81 Hunt, W., "Asleep," 3! x si (Li^te^), £2 is. 

82 Kirkpatrick, J., " A Histurber of the Peace," 8| x 12I (Ellis and 

Smith), £y 7s. 

83 Kirkpatrick, J., " A Cottage Gate," io| x 8 (Robinson and Wilde), 

£6 6s. 

84 Neuhuys, J., " A River Scene," 93 x 135 (Cremetti), £g gs. 

85 Paiiner, Sam, " Harvest-Time: Evening," 7I x i6f (Permain), ;^io 10s. 
S6 Reed, J. C, " Harvest 'iime," 22! x 36 (CoUings), ^£'22 is. 

PICTURES. 

87 ./Vdams, Douglas, " In Glen Sannox, Isle of .^rran," 295 x 47-J (Eades). 

£^. 

88 Burr, A. H., " Crossing the Brook," 34 x 25 (Veitch), £2^ 'os. 

8g Cooper, T. S., R.A., " On the Banks of the Stour," 14 x igj (Evans), 

90 Crofts, E., R.A., 1894, " Unwelcome Visitors," 33I x 25 (Mitchell), £10$. 

1)1 Farquharson, J., .■\.R..A., " .\ Stormy Day on the West Coast," ii| x 17^ 

(Gould), ^£25 4s. 

<)2 Glinijoni, H. G., 1908, " Left on .Approval," 27J x 355 (Lister), ^^29 8s. 

93 Hardy, F. D., 18S8, " Tales from .Abroad," 5J x 7I (Evans), ;^io los. 

94 King, Yeend, " In the Garden," 39; x 29; (Collings), ;^40 igs. 

95 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1906, " On the Thames at Shillingford," 12 x 16J 

(D. M. Davis), £35 '4^- 

96 Lomax, J. A., 1884, " A Quiet Family," iif x 153 (Punsey), £^ 14s. 6d. 
07 .\^eilsn^r, E., " Bringing Home the Flock," 13^ x 23 (Mitchell), 

j£iS 4S. 6d. 

98 Miiller, W., " A Mountain Pass," iij x 15^ (Collings), £6 6s. 

99 Pyne, J. B., 1858, " A Stormy Day," 14J x 20^ (Gooden and Fox), 

£39 »8s. 
100 Roberts, D., R..A., " The Interior of a Church," 255 x 36J (Cremetti), 

^16 16s. 
loi Watson, W., 1897, " Evening, Loch .Vwe, " 32^ x 505 (Lubbock), ;^97 13s. 

102 Wyllie, W. L., R..A., " On the Medway," 17! x 31! (Evans), £21. 

The following family portraits were the property of 
John Baylay, Esq., of 14, Kidbrook Grove, Blackheath. 

PICTURES. 

103 Drunimond, S., A.R..A., " Portrait of Charles Frederick Rogers Baylay, 

Esq.," 49I X 39J (Vicars), ;^44 2S. 

104 Escazena, I., 1832, " Portrait of Sir John Macpherson Brackenbury, 

British Consul at Cadiz," 57 x 43 (Vicars), £ig :9s. 

105 Northcote, J., R..A., " Portrait of Miss Harriet Baylay, third daughter of 

Richard Baylay, Esq.," 49 x 39, engraved by S. W. Reynolds as 
" Innocent .Affection " (Lewis and Simmons), ;^3i5. 

106 Northcote, J., R.A., " Portrait of William Frederick Baylay, Esq., Fellow 

Commoner of Emmanuel College. Cambridge," 49 x 39 (Vicars), 
;£'"0 5s. 

107 Northcote, J., R..A., " Portrait of Miss Sarah Foster, afterwards Mrs. 

Bigncll, sister of .Mrs. Richard Baylay," 29 x 24 (Sulley and Co.), 
^472 los. 
J08 Northcote, J., R..A., '* Portrait of Master H.irry Bnyl.-iy. .son of Richard 
(5aylay, Esq.." 35 x 27 (Glen), :^42. 



228 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

109 Northcote, J., R.A., " Portrait of Edward Rogers, Esq.," 30 x 24I (Tooth), 

£ii IDS. 

no Northcote, J., R.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Arniinel Foster, wife of William 
Foster, Esq.," 29 x 24 (Vicars), £2^ 3s. 

111 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., " Portraits of Henry IVlervyn, Esq., of Stokf; 

Damerell, and of Mrs. Mary Mervyn, his wife," a pair, 29^ x 24J 
(C. M. Joseph), ;^99 iss. 

112 Shee, Sir M. A., P.R.A., " Portrait of John Cust, first Earl Brownlow," 

29 X 24J, engraved by S. Cousins (Vicars), ^^25 4s. 

The property of a gentleman. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

113 Callcott, Sir A. W., R.A., " Landscape," 24 x 29 (Tooth), ^£^2 los. 

114 Constable, J., R.A., " .V View, overlooking a landscape, with two 

donkeys," 14J x i8| (Leggatt), ^£^84. 

115 Constable, J., R.A., " River Scene, with men digging gravel," 14^ x 22 

(Agnew), £s2 xos. 

116 Constable, J., R.A., " Brighton Beach," 9 x 16J (Leggatt), ;^29 8s. 

117 Constable, J., R.A., " Yarmouth Beach," 4I x io| (Kiihlmann;, 

;^6 i6s. 6d. 

118 Constable, J., R.A., " Landscape: Sunset," 5! x g| (Smith), ^£"24 3s. 

119 Constable, J., R.A., "Cottages in a Landscape," sJ x loj (Simonson), 

;^8 8s. 

120 Constable, J., R.A., " A Landscape, with a horse," S x 85; (Shepherd), 

£722 IS. 

121 Constable, J., R.A., " A Meadow and Trees," 7! x 8 (Leggatt), £S 8s. 

122 Constable, J., R.A., " .Approaching Night," 6 x gj (Leggatt), ^£^15 15s. 

123 Dupr6, Jules, "Landscape, with a shepherd-boy, and sheep: Sunset,"' 

6i x iii (Sulley), £^2. 

124 Troyon, C, " Farm Buildings, on the edge of a river, with figures 

and cows," 105 x i5i (Sulley), .£42. 

OLD PICTURES. 

125 Two Portraits of Gentlemen, in rich dresses, unframed, on panel (Cohen). 

£3 3S- 

126 " Queen Elizabeth," in red and white dress, with jewels, iSJ x '4 

(Tooth), £1 lis. 6d. 

127 " Queen Elizabeth," in rich crimson dress, 10 x 7J (Cohen), ;£'i2 12s. 

128 Amberger, " Portrait of Sabastian Munster," 2ii x 163 (Courceau), 

;£iS7 los. 
I2Q Moretto, Da Brescia, " The Annunciation," 15J x 2I7' (.Sulley), £6 6s. 

130 Capelle, Van Der, " Shipping in a Calm ,it the Mouth of a River," 

28 x 35J (C. Davis), ;^73 ids. 

131 Codde, P., " An Artist, seated before his easel, smoking," 13 x 10 

(Cohen), £so 8s. 

132 Hals, " The Cat Merchant," 29 x 23 (Sulley), £<i2. 

133 Hals, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in black cloak," 12 x 9 (Wallis), ;£'2io. 

134 Houckgeest, G. Van, " The Interior of a Church," 27 x 23 (Van Duren), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

135 Janssens, C, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in armour," 17 x 12J (.Sabin), 

£&'i- 



April 23, 1910. 229 

136 Marieschi, J., " A Bay Scene," 19 x 29 (Sabin), ^^44 2s. 

137 Mieris, F. Van, " A Lady, in red cloak, seated at a table, a cavalier 

beyond her offering her a plate of oysters," loj x gj (Sabin), £283 los. 

138 Molcnaer, J. M., " A Youth, in brown dress, playing a violin," 16J x 13J 

(Courceau), ;£i,iS5. 

139 More, Sir A., " Portrait of a Lady, of the Court of Queen Mary, in 

black and red dress," 17 x 14 (Wagner), ^£^34 13s. 
J40 Ostade, A. Van, " An Old Peasant-Woman at a Doorway," loj x 8J 
(SuUey), ;£:ioS. 

141 Ostade, A. Van, " A Peasant Lighting his Pipe," 5J x 4J (Howard), 

£16 i6s. 

142 Poel, E. Van Der, " The Outside of a Cottage," 23 x 31I (Parsons), 

£39 J 8s. 

143 Pourbus, " Portrait of a Lady, in black dress," 22J x 18J (Rathbon?), 

£^7 17s- 

144 Ruysdacl, J. Van, " Sea-Piece, with shipping," 16J x 24 (Glen), ;^78 158. 
14s Tcniers, D., " A Peasant, seated, smoking, boors playing cards in the 

background," 11 J x 81 (Sulley), ^£^73 los. 

J46 Ticpolo, G. B., " The Adoration of the Magi," 21''- x 185 (Courceau), 
;^73S- 

147 Tiepolo, G. P., "Female Figures and Cupids: Design for a ceiling," 

oval, 13I X 17 (Agnew), ;£'i26. 

148 V'lieger, S. De, " Fisherman and Boats at a Landing Stage," 18 x 17 

(St. Hense), .;£'io5. 

149 Viiet, H. Van Der, " The Interior of a Church," 21J x 17 (MaynarJ,, 

£2:^ 2S. 

150 Witte, E. De, " The Interior of a Church, with a preacher and con- 

gregation," signed and dated 1682, 23 x I7j (Speyer), £iJo 5s. 



230 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 25, 1910 (First Day's Sale). The Theobald 

Collection of Etchings and Engravings (Second Portion). 

LINE ENGRAVINGS. 
ANONYMOUS. 
1 " Queen Mary I.," half-length with an ornamental border; "Sir 

William Wadd "; and others tEHis), ^2. 
z " Mary Queen of Scots," bust in oval, with allegorical figures and 
scenes of her execution, with 24 Latin lines; and another, proof before 
all letters tEUis), £6 los. 

3 " Charles I. on horseback "; the same, standing, with names of the 

attending Peers, list of ships, etc. (Breun), iss. 

4 " Prince Maurice of Nassau, with his Consort and children," who'e- 

lengths; " Broadsides with portraits of Fairfax and Cromwell," in two 
states; and another (Rimell), j£2 los. 

5 " George, Duke of Buckingham," " Sir Francis Drake," " Earl of 

Rutland," and others CEllis), £1 i8s. 

6 " Lady .Arabella Stuart," " Gerhard Mercator," and others (F. Daniell), 

7 " Sir Thomas Wentworth," " Francis, Earl of Rutland," and others 

(Rimell), j^3. 

J. BARRA. 

8 " Lodovic .Stuart, Duke of Richmond, in robes of Garter," whole 

length, after Somer, the original print; "Prince Rupert," whole 
length; "Henry VIII.," by Iselburgh (Breun), £2. 

S. BEAUDET. 

9 " Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth, with her son as Cupid," after H. 

Gascar (Sabin), .£13. 

J. F. BEAUVARLET. 

10 " J. B. Moli^re, " after Bourdon, first state, proof before any letters 

(Colnaghi), £27. 

A. BLOOTELING. 

11 " G. Bidloo," after Lairesse, proof before any letters (F. Daniell), 

;£ll IIS. 

12 " Henry, Earl of Danby," proof before any letters (F. Daniell), 

£i 13s. 6d. 

13 " Thomas, Viscount Falconberg," after Maria Beale, first state (A. 

Davis), j£'4 14s. 6d. 

14 " Nathaniel Highmore," proof before any letters, with VValpole's hand- 

v/riting (Ellis), .£j 6s. 

15 " James, Duke of Monmouth," after Lely (F. Daniell), ;^ii 9s. 6d. 
i6 " Prince Rupert," after Lely (Harvey), ;^22 is. 



April 25, 1910. 231 

17 " Edward, Earl of Sandwicli," after Lely, proof before any letters 

(roUarJ), ^g 9s. 

18 " Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury," after Greenhill, first state (Pollard). 

^'22 IS. 

19 " Admiral Cornelius Van Tromp," after Lely (Chapman), ;^ii us. 

\V. BROMLEY. 

.>o " Lord Nelson," whole lenj^th, after Bowyer, proof before any letters 
(Maggs), £6 5s. 

T. CECIL. 
21 " John, Earl of Shrewsbury," in two states; " Gustavus .\dolphus of 
Sweden"; "Francis White," bv Cockson ; and others (Rimell), 

T. CROSS. 

S2 "Robert .\ylett"; "Richard Brownlow "; "John Gamble," in twO' 
states; and others (Parsons), £2 'Ss. 

C. VAN' DALEN. 

23 " Pictro -Aretino," after Titian, proof before any letters (Stewart), 12s. 

24 " Henry, Duke of Gloucester," after Luttichuys, proof before any 

letters (Colnaghi), £u os. 6d. 

25 " James IL when Duke of York," after the same, proof before any 

letters (Colnaghi), ;ij"i6 i6s. 

26 " Sir Mathew Lister," proof before any letters (Lindo), qs. 

27 " Francis Sylvius," by and after Van Dalen (Keppel), £2 'os. 

28 " Sir John Penington," before the alteration of the date; " Joshua 

Sylvester"; and others (Ellis), £2. 

F. DELARAM. 

29 " Queen Mary L," first slate, before the oval frame (F. Daniell)^ 

£6 iss. 

30 " Queen Mary L," second state; " Henry, Earl of Northumberland "; 

and another (Agnew), ^^"3. 

31 " Queen Elizabeth," " Frances, Duchess of Richmond," " Sir William 

Segar," and others (Quaritch), ^"6. 
33 "Henry, Prince of Wales"; "Bishop .Abbott," in two states; and 
another (Lindo), £2 los. 

33 " Charles, Prince of Wales," " William Burton," and others (Lindo), 

£3 'OS. 

34 " Sir Thomas Gresham," " Kitherine, Marchioness of Buckingham " 

(Ellis), £3. 

W. J. DELFF. 

35 "George, Duke of Buckingham," after Mierevelt; "Sir Dudley 

Carlton," after the same (Davis), £4 ss. 

A. B. DESNOYERS. 

36 " La Belle Jardinii'rc," after Raphael, proof with the engraver's name 

only, signed by Desnoyers (Obach), j£Ji2. 
3- " La Vierge aux Rochers, " after L. da \"inci, proof, with the artists' 
names only (Pollard), £S los. 



232 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

38 " St. Margaret," after Raphael, proof with etched letters and before 

the additional inscription, with the small stamp CObach), £2 ss. 

M. DROESHOUT. 

39 " William Fairfax "; " Richard Elton "; and others, by John Droeshout 

(Lindo), £1 15s. 

R. ELSTRACKE. 

40 " Frederick, Count Palatine," and " Princess Elizabeth, daughter of 

James I.," whole lengths (Rimell), ^8. 

41 " Portraits of Kings and Queens of England " (ten), (Ellis), ^^5. 

42 " John, Earl of Bristol "; " Lord Sheffield," in two states; " Sir 

Thomas More " (Sabin), £2 153. 

43 "William Perkins," in two states; "Thomas, Earl of Suffolk"; "Sir 

Julius Caesar"; and others (Daniell), j^5 iss. 

44 " Williams, Bishop of Lincoln," " Lord Sheffield," and others (Lindo), 

£2 15s- 

45 " Sir Philip Sidney," " Sir Julius Ca;sar," and others (Daniell), £8. 

46 "Richard Whittington," first state, with the skull; the same, second 

state, with the cat (Daniell), £6 los. 
W. FAITHORNE. 

47 " Charles L, in armour," after Van Dyck, first state; another of the 

same, smaller, first state (Colnaghi), £2 los. 

48 " Henrietta Maria, in a jewelled dress," first state (Colnaghi), £^ los. 

49 " Henrietta Maria, in mourning dress, with the coat-of-arms " (Rimell), 

£Z- 

50 " Charles IL," with six lines of verse under, first state (Colnaghi), 

£2(' 5s- 

51 " Charles IL," small half-length, in oval, first state (Danieli), 

£8 i8s. bd. 

52 " C^atherine, Queen of Charles IL," first state, the plate finished 

(Harvey), £iy 17s. 

53 " Mary, Princess of Orange," after ^'an Dyck, first state (Sabin), 

£6 6s. 

54 " Prince Rupert," after Dobson, second state (Sabin), £g 9s. 

55 " Prince Rupert," after ^'an Dyck, first state (Charrington), ;^28 7*. 

56 " Robert, Earl of Ailesbury," second state (Daniell), ;^s 5s. 

57 " Henry, Duke of Beaufort," only state (Daniell), £y 7s. 

58 "Sir James Calthorpe"; "John Ogilvy," after Lely (Morel), 14s. 

59 " Richard Carpenter," " Samuel Collins," and others (Charrington), 

£2 los. 

60 " Frances, Countess of Exeter," after \'an Dyck. only state (Charring- 

ton), £2 JOS. 

61 " Thomas, Lord Fairfax," after Walker, second state (Sabin), £y. 

62 " Valentine Greatrakes," only state (Charrington), £1 2s. 

63 " James, Marquis of Hamilton," first state (Daniell), ^4. 

64 " Henry, Earl of Holland," first state (Daniell), ;^3 igs. 

65 " Thomas Killigrew," after .Shephard, only state (Parsons), £6 15s. 

66 " Edward, Lord Littleton," aflcr Van Dyck, first state (Daniell), 

£8 10s. 

67 " Thomas Mace," after Cooke, first state (Ellis), £2 158. 

68 " Endymion Porter," .-iflfr Dobson, first state (Obach), £6. 



April 25, 1910. 233 

69 " Carew Reynell," inscription space cut away; " Christopher Simpson,'' 

after Carwarden, second state CCharrington), ^z. 

70 " Margaret Smith," after Van Dyck, second state (Rimell), £\o 10s. 

71 " Sir Thomas Stanley," after Lely, only state (Huggins), j^2. 

J. FILLIAN. 

72 " William Faithorne," from a pninting by himself CDaniell), ^j 55. 

P. FOURDRIXIER. 

73 " Jonathan Swift," after Jervas, proof before any letters (Dani^ll), 

H. GASCAR. 

74 " Madame Ellen Gwinn and her two sons. Earl of Beaufort and James, 

Lord Beauclerc " (A. Davis), £\ is. 

L. GAULTIER. 

75 " Henri de Bourbon," and the same, when younger (Obach), £\ 10s. 

R. GAYWOOD. 

76 " General Monk," " Sir George Croke," and others (Parsons), £./^ los. 

A. GEDDES. 

77 " .\ \\'oman Reading." " Nicholas Rocox," and " Landscapes " 

(Gutekunst), ;^3. 

78 " Colonel Phillips," early state; " .Alexander Naysmith," in two states; 

and another (Richter), £2 15s. 

79 " Mrs. Geddes," " Mr. and Mrs. Jerry," " Child with Pear " (Obach.), 

;^i as. 

80 " Lady Mary Talbot," original drawing in coloured crayons (Pollard), 

;^10 los. 

G. GLOVER. 

81 " Charles I. with his Son," " Charles L and Henrietta Maria," 

" Henry Burton," " .Sir Edward Dering," and others (Ellis), ;^3 5s. 

82 " Sir Thomas Urchard," the original print; "John Pyni," in two 

states; and others (Daniell), ^6. 

83 " John Fox," " Robert, Earl of Essex," " Henry Oxenden," and 

others (Lindo), ;^4 14s. 6d. 

R. GOLDfNG. 

84 " Princess Charlotte of Wales," after Sir Thomas Lawrence, proof 

before title (Vaughan), ;^2 t5s. 

H. GOLTZIUS. 

85 " Jean Stradan " (B. 187), proof before inscription (Charrington), 12s 

W. HOLLAR. 

86 '• English Views " (P. 949—953) (Ellis), £\ 2s. 

87 " Interior of the Royal Exchange of London " (P. 1036), first stite, 

before the portrait of Sir Thomas Grosham (Dnnieil), £\(> 10s. 



234 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

88 " London from Arundel House" (P. loii); "Views of Arundel 
House," after Bierling (P. 1034, 1035 (Daniell), £6. 

Sq " The Dutch Ships " (P. 1361 — 1J7-:), complete and uniform set 
of twelve (Obach), ;^5. 

90 " Albert Durer, at the age of 26 " (P. 1390); " Marc Gherhards ' 
(P. 1407) (Colnaghi and Co.), £$ los. 

gi " Lady Elizabeth Harvey," after Van Dyck (P. 1412) (Eyles), £2- 

92 " Thomas Hobbes," after Caspar (P. 1417), before the age and date 

(Sabin), ^3 ss- 

93 "James IL, when Duke of York," after Teniers (P. 1424) (Harvey), 

£1^ IDS. 

94 " Charles Ludwig, Count Palatine," after Van Dyck (P. 1447) (Eyles), 

£3 3s- 

95 " Philip Herbert, Earl of Pembroke," after Van Dyck (P. 1481), before 

the address of P. Stent (Daniell), £6. 

96 " Lady Elizabeth Shirley," after \'an Dyck (P. 1503); " Portrait of 

a Lady " (P. 1730) (Gutekunst), los. 

97 " Robert, Earl of Warwick " (P. 1518) (Sabin), ;^3 ss. 

98 "Mary Queen of Scots" (P. 1705I ; "Catherine Howard" (P. 1711) 

(Sabin), ;^s los. 

99 " The Mufis " (P. igsi) (Obach), ^5. 

100 " The Dead Hare," after Boel (P. 2058) (Gutekunst), £3. 
loi " The Chalice," after Mantegna (P. 2643), (Rimell), £S. 

J. HOUBRAKEN. 

102 " Thomas, Earl of Essex," after Holbein, proof before all letters 

(Daniell), ^^3 5s. 

103 " Thomas, Lord Fairfax," proof before letters (Daniell), £12 2s. 6d. 

104 "General Fleetwood," proof before letters (Daniell), ^^3 13s. 6d. 

105 " Dr. Garth," proof before letters (Daniell), £2 3s. 

106 " General Ireton," after Cook, proof before letters (Daniell), £^ 14s. 6d. 

107 " Robert, Earl of Lindsey," after Johnson, proof before letters (Rimell), 

£i 3s- 

108 " John Thurlow," after Cooper, proof before letters (Colnaghi and Co.), 

£7 7S. 

109 " Sir Robert Walpole," proof before letters (Colnaghi and Co.), £n 14s. 

A. HERTOCHS. 

no "Edward Nicholas"; "Sir Henry Rolle"; "Sir Henry Cobham," 
by Hogenberg"; and others (Lindo), £2. 

A. LEFEVRE. 
rii "The Immaculate Conception," after Murillo, artist's proof (Vokins), 

£3 5-s. 

T. DE LUE. 

112 "James I."; "Charles, Due. de Nivernois"; "Phillip (L of Spain" 

(Sabin), £2. 

DAVID LOGGAN. 

113 " George, Duke of Albemarle " (Charrington), £7. 

114 " Rev. R. .Mlestrey," proof before any letters (Charrington), £5. 

115 " Archibald, Earl of Argyll," proof before any letters and before the 

coat of arms (Ob;ich), ^^5 los. 



April 25, 1910. 235 

116 "Sir Henry Blount;" "Sir Edward Coke" (Sabin), £2 2S. 

117 " Sir Thomas Isham " (Obach), £,(>. 

118 " Archbishop Laud," after \'an DycU (Chnrrington), £7 los. 
iiq " James, Duke of Monmouth " (Charrington), £1^ los. 

120 " Sir Greville Verney " (Charrington), £1 55. 

121 " Rev. John Wallis," proof before any letters (White), los. 

r. LOMBART. 

122 " Oliver Cromwell on Horseback," alter Van Uyck, the portrait altered 

from that of Charles I. (Colnai^hi and Co.), ,£"22 is. 

C. L. LORICHON'. 

123 " The Virgin and Child," after Raphael, proof with artists' names only 

and the stamp of the engraver (Allan), j£,'i 2S- 

J. LOVELACE. 
]:;4 " Lady Mary Carew as a Shepherdess," after Hudson (Maggsi, 
£2 17s. 6d. 

\V. MAR.SHALL. 

125 " Sir Thomas Fairfa.x," on horseback CDaniell), £iz- 

126 "Sir John Suckling;" "Charles I;" and others (Maggs), ^^'4 15s. 

127 " Henry VH.;" " Sir Francis Bacon;" " Francis White," by Mountain; 

and others (Parsons), £^. 

J. F. MU.LET. 

128 " Le Semeur," lithograph by Bouvier; Etchings after the same 

(Parsons), 5s. 

RAPHAEL MORGHf'N. 

129 " Francis de Moncada," after \'an Dyck, proof before any letters, 

and before the arms (Obach), ;^s 15s. 6d. 

130 " La Madonna Del Gran Duca," after Raphael, proof before any letters 

(Allan), £t, 55. 

131 " Leonardo da Vinci," proof before- ,-iny letters (Kennedy), ;^i. 

F. .MULLER. 

132 " Madonna di San Sisto " after Raphael, proof before any letters, quite 

finished, except that it is before the aureoles over the heads of the 
Virgin and Child (Kennedy), ^^52 los. 

J. MULLER. 

133 " Albert, Archduke of Austria, and his wife, Isabella Clara Eugenia," 

proofs before the words " Cum privilegio " (Colnaghi and Co.), 

£S^ I2S. 

C. DE PASS. 
13+ " Queen Elizabeth," whole length, in the dress in which she went to 

St. Paul's to return thanks for the defeat of the Arm.ada (Sabiiw, 

£^i 2S. 
135 " Thomas Candish;" " Sir Francis Drake;" " Thomas Percy," and others 

(Lindo), £^ los. 



236 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

136 "Queen Elizabeth," small oval; another in circle; "Charles, Prince 
of Wales " (Sabin), £^. 

SIMON PASS. 

137 "Anna, Queen of James I.;" "James I. and Membeis of his family, 

coats-of-arms, etc.," from silver plates tRimell), ;^3. 

138 "Thomas, Earl of .\rundel," two impressions; "Sir Francis Bacon;" 

" George, Marquis of Buckingham;" " Lucy, Countess of Bedford " 
(Ellis), £5. 

139 "Richard, Earl of Dorset;" "General Cecil;" and others (Lindo), 

;^3 'OS. 

140 Count Gondomar," second state; "Mary, Queen of Spain," and 

others (Ellis), jf^i js. 

141 " Charles, Earl of Nottingham;" " .\rchbishop King," first state; 

"James, Lord Hay;" and others (Lindo), ^3. 

142 " William, Earl of Pembroke," first state; " Mary Sydney, Countess 

of Pembroke " (Daniell), £;i los. 

143 " Robert, Earl of Leicester," first state; " Edward, Earl of Worcester," 

first and second states; " Edward VL" (Ellis), £3 los. 

144 " Edward, Earl of Vv'orcester," first state; " Henry, Earl of Southamp- 

ton;" and others (Lindo), £2 155. 

145 " Robert, Earl of Leicester," in two states; "William, Lord 

Wallingford," in two states (Ellis), £2 los. 

146 " Henry, Prince of Wales," tilting with a lance (Daniell), £y 17s. 6d. 

W. PASS. 

147 " James I. seated on the Throne, surrounded by his family and 

descendants," old impressions, before the name of the engraver 
(Daniell), .^7. 

148 "Count Gondomar;" "James L and Prince Henry;" " Katherine, 

Marchioness of Buckingham," by Magdalen Pass, and others (Lindo;, 
£4- 

J. PAYNE. 

149 "Nicholas Leate;" "Hall, Bishop of Exeter;" "William Brog," by 

Queboren ; and others (Lindo), £1 155. 

A. RAIMBACH. 

150 " Count Ugolino," after Reynolds, proof before letters; and others 

(\'aughan), los. 6d. 

W. ROGERS. 
15) " .Mphonso, King of Castille;" " Sir Thomas Docwra;" " Godfrey 
,\delmar " (Lindo), £1 5s. 

152 " Henry HL of France;" " Henry IV. of France;" " Emperor 

Maximilian;" and others (Lindo), ;^i 15s. 

T. SAVAGE, EX. 

153 " Sir Henry PoUenfex " (Breun), jos. 

P. VAN SCHUPPEN. 

154 " Louis XIV. of France," after Le Brun, first state (Rimell), ;^8. 



April 25, 1910. 237 

\V. SHARP. 

155 " Head of Charles I.," in three positions, after Van DycU, proof with 

open letters (Allan), ;^3 los. 

156 " John Hunter," after Sir J. Reynolds, first state (Harvey), £i-; 17s. 

W. SHERWIN. 

157 "Charles H. in Robes of Garter" whole-length, proof before any 

letters (Daniell), £$. 

158 " Charles 11.," half-length, in large oval (Harvey), £6 los. 

159 " Slingsby Bethell, Esq.," whole length; "Sir William Jones," half- 

length (Eyles), £6. 

160 " Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, as a shepherdess " (A. Davis), £8 8s. 

161 " Oliver Cromwell," after Walker (Maggs), £^. 

SIR ROBERT STRANGE. 

162 " Charles I. in his robes," after Van Dyck, proof before any letters 

and before the marks of the graver were erased (Colnaghi and Co.), 

163 " Charles I. standing by his horse," after the same, proof before any 

letters (Colnaghi and Co.), .^^84. 

164 " Henrietta Maria and her children," after the same, proof before any 

letters and before the marks of the graver were erased (Leggatt), 

;£?I0 IDS. 

L. SURUGUE. 

165 " Madame de * * en Habit de Bal," after Coypel (Colnaghi and Co.), 

G. VALCK. 

166 " Robert, Lord Brooke " (Obach), £2. 

167 " Nell Gwyn, with a lamb," after Lely (Daniell), j^ii os. 6d. 

168 " Ortnance Manchini, Duchess of Mazarin," after Le!y, first state, 

before " Cum privilegio " (Kennedy), ;^'8 i8s. 6d 

P. VANDERBANC 

169 "Charles II.," after Gascar, half-length, in a large oval (A. Davis), 

170 " Richard, Earl of Lauderdale," after Michelin, first state (Maggs), 

£5 153- 6d. 

J. VANDEVELDE. 

171 " Oliver Cromwell," half-length in an oval, with P.R.O.C. in the 

corners (Sabin), ^1^39 i8s. 

R. VAUGHAN. 

172 " James, Marquis of Hamilton;" " Henry, Earl of 0.\ford;" and oth' rs 

(Lindo), ;^i i8s. 

G. VERTUE. 

173 " John Dryden," after Knellcr, proof before any letters (Maggs), £8. 

174 " Sir Joseph Jekyll," after Dalil, proof before any letters (DanielU, 

los. 6d. 

175 " Sir Peter King," proof before any letters (Sabin), £1 155. 



238 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

176 " Matthew Prior," after Richardson, proof before any letters (Haivey), 

£^ los. 

177 " Matthew Prior," lettered impressions (Harvey), £(> i6s. 6d. 

C. DE VISSCHER. 
17S " Gellius <]e Bouma," first state with the white book (Obach), ;^iio 5s. 
179 " Adrian Pauw," after Hondthorst (Keppel), £2 15s. 
iSo " Head of an Old Woman in a fur cnp," first state (Keppel), jQ'i 10s. 
181 " Head of an Old Woman in .1 fur hat " (Kennedy), los. 

C. J. DE VISSCHER EX. 
1S2 " Frederick, King of Bohemia, with his Queen and their children," 
seated under a canopy, with view of Heidelberg Castle in the 
distance " (Rimell), £1 2S. 

N. DE VISSCHER. 

183 " Execution of the Gunpowder Conspirators " (Daniell), ;^8. 

F. VIVARES. 

184 " View near Naples," after Claude, proof before letters (Kennedy), 

£2 lOS. 
J85 " William, Earl of Pembroke," after Mytens; " James, Duke of 
Lennox," after Geldorp ; " Inigo Jones," after Van Dyck (Sabin), 

£^ 15s. 

R. WHITE. 

186 " Charles II.," after Kneller, large oval, within an ornamental border 

(Davis), £n I OS. 

187 " Sir George Jeffreys, Lord Chief Justice," after the same (Daniell), 

;£lO los. 

188 " Thomas, Duke of Leeds " (Davis), los. 

189 " Sir Patrick Lyon," proof before letters (Davis), los. 

190 "Thomas Nesbitt," proof before all letters, and the arms; " Portrait 

of a Nobleman " (Rimell), ;^"i 5s. 
391 " Heneage, Earl of Nottingham," after Kneller; " Thomas Thynn, of 
Long Neate, after the same (Colnaghi and Co.), £(>. 

JOHANN WIERIX. 
J92 " James I. and his Queen," whole-lengths (Obach), ^^17 17s. 

J. G. WILLE. 

193 " Les Musiciens Ambulants," after Dietricy, proof before any letters, with 

the arms (Sabin), ^^31 los. 

194 " ^^^ Tricoteuse Hollandaise," after Mieris, proof before any letters, 

the arms, and the additional work in the border (Harvey), ^7 los. 

195 " La Menagi^re Hollandaise," after the same, proof before any letters 

and the arms (Leggatt), ;^3 3s. 

196 " La Gazetti^re Hollandaise," after Terburg, proof before any letters 

and the arms (Harvey), ;^3 iss. 

197 " Les Bons Amis," after Ostade, proof before any letters and the arms 

(Rigby), £(, 6s. 



April 25, 1910. 239 

P. WILLIAMSON. 

198 " King Charles IL," oval, with border of laurels; " Mildmay, Earl of 

Westmoreland;" "George Mountaine, Bishop of London," by Yeates 
(Ellis), £4 4S. 

W. WOOLLETT. 

199 " The First Premium Landscape," after G. Smith, proof before anv 

letters (Harvey), ;£Ti2 is. 6d. 

200 " Meleagar and Atalanta," after Wilson and Mortimer, by \\'oollett 

and Pouncy, proof before letters (Charrington), £2 los. 

201 " .\pollo and the Seasons," after the same, proof before letters (Kennedy), 

£^- 

202 " The Merry Villagers," after T. Jones, proof before letters (Obach), 

£S los- 

203 " The Hay Makers," after G. .Smith, proof before letters (Obac'i), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

204 " The .Apple Gatherers," after G. Smith, proof before letters (Obach), 

£8 18s. 6d. 

205 " The Rural Cot," after the same, proof before letters (Obach), 

£S 15s. 6d. 

JOHANN WOUTNELIUS. 

206 " Queen Elizabeth," whole-length, in a rich dress, holding sceptre and 

orb (Harvey), ;£r2i. 



24o 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



207 
208 



213 
214 

215 
216 
217 
218 



223 
224 

235 
226 



April 26, 1910. (Second Day's Sale.) 

ENGRAVINGS IN STIPPLE. 
J. BALDREY. 
The Hon. Maria and Louisa Holroyd," after Downman, prjnted in 
bistre (Vaughan), £g 19s. 6d. 

Lady Elizabeth Lambart," after the same, open letter proof, printed 'n 
bistre (Rigby), ;£'io ids. 

F. BARTOLOZZI. 

Lady .^psley," after Sir Thomas Lawrence, proof before all letter.^ 

(Vicars), £y 7s. 

Lord Ashburton," after Sir Joshua Reynolds, proof before all lett'rs 

(Maggs), £2 2S. 

Miss Bruton as ' Horatia ' "; " Mrs. Billington as the ' Peruvian ' "; 

both after R. Cosway, proofs before all letters (Jacobson), £1 is. 

Hon. Miss Bingham," after Reynolds, proof before all letters, printed 

in red (Agnew), £3^ 12s. 

Lady Boyde," after Downman, proof before title, in bistre (Agnew), 

;£'ll IIS. 

Harriet, Viscountess Bulkeley," after R. Cosway, proof with etched 

letters, printed in red (Jacobson), £y 7s. 

Lord Burghersh," after Reynolds, proof before all letters, in bistre 

(Colnaghi and Co.), £j^g ys. 

The Marchioness of Bute," after Romney, only state, in bistre 

(Leggatt), £4 los. 

Caroline, Princess of Wales, with Princess Charlotte," after Cosway, 

proof before all letters (Vaughan), £2 15s. 

Mrs. Cosway," after the same, proof with etched title (Rigby), 

J^II IIS. 

Mrs. Crouch," after Romney, proof before title, printed in bistre 

(Kennedy), ;^i6 i6s. 

' The Duchess of Devonshire," after Downman, proof with open letters 

(Rigby), ^26 5s. 

The Duchess of Devonshire," after Lady Diana Beauclerk, proof 

before letters, printed in bistre (Vicars), ;^6 6s. 

Lady Duncannon," after Downman, proof with open letters, printed 

in bistre (A. Davis), £i() 8s. 6d. 

Lady Duncannon," after Lavina, Countess Spencer, proof before 

letters, printed in bistre (Agnew), £4 14s. 6d. 

Lady Jane Dundns," after Hoppner, proof with open letters (Leggat:), 

£6 6s. 

Miss Farren," after Sir T. Lawrence, first state, printed in bistre 

(Sabin), £^31 53. 

Lady Elizabeth Foster," after Reynolds, printed in bistre (Agnew), 

.^31 lOS. 



April 26, igio. 241 

227 " Mrs. Gibson," after Engleheart, proof before all letters; " Miss 
Sneycl," after Benwell, proof before letters, both printed in r«l 
(V.iughan), £g igs. 6d. 

»a8 " The I'air Moralist and lier Pupil (Mrs. Hardinge)," after Coswa^. 
proof with open letters, printed in bistre (.\gnew), ^£'15 15s. 

229 "The Affectionati Brothers (sons of f.ord Melbourne)," after Reynolds, 

proof befori.' any letters (Ellis and Smith), ^,"47 53. 

230 " Henry Lubomirski," after Cosway, proof with etched letters (Rigby), 

£6. 

231 " Earl of Mansfield," after Reynolds, first state (Daniell), ;£^2i. 

233 "The Marlborough Family." after Shelley, in bistre; "Mrs. Drummond 
and chfldrcn, by Carolini? Watson," atior the same, prools before 
letters (Leggatt), £i los. 

233 " Mrs. Siddons," after Hone, proof before title (Colnaghi), £ii 13s. 

234 " Simplicity " (Miss Gwatkin), after Reynolds, second state (.\gnew), 

£^o 19s. 

235 " Lavinia, Countess Spencer,'' after the same, first state, printed in 

bistre (Ellis and Smith), j£,"t)4 is. 

236 " Georgiana, Countess Spen-er," after Gainsborough, proof before letters, 

printed in bistre; " Mrs. Hardinge as' Miranda,' " after Meyer; " Mrs. 
Gibson," after the same, proofs before letters, printed in red 
(Vaughan), ^9 gs. 

237 " Lord Thurlow," after Reynolds, proofs with artists' names and 

publication line only (F. Daniell), j^TiS i8s. 

238 "The Duchess of Rutland," after Nixon; "Miss Pulteney," after 

Cosway, proof before all letters (Leggatt), jC^ 55. 

239 " Master Philip York.-," after Reynolds, first state (.\gnew), ^^^jt los. 

M. BOVI 

240 " Anne, Counless of Radnor," after Cosway, proof before any letters, 

printed in bistre (Harvey), :^i3 13s. 

241 " Mrs. Swinburne," after the same, proof before title (Leggatt), los. 6d. 

THOMAS BURKE. 

342 " Lady Northwiclc and the Ladies Rushout," after PUmer, printed in 

bistre (Colnaghi), ;^6s 2s. 

J. CALDWEt.L. 

243 " The Children in the Wood," after Reynolds, second state (Maggs), 

£1 2S. 

ANTHONY CARDON. 

244 " Mrs. Merry," after Cosway (W. Sabin), £^ 53. 

245 " Madame Recamicr," after the same, printed in colours (Pollard), 

£27 1 6s. 

246 " Mrs. Ldney," after the same, proof before all letters (Tollemache), 

£7 7S- 

THOMAS CHEESMAN. 

247 " Lord Grantliain and liis brothers," after Reynolds, first state, printed 

in bistre (F.Uis and Smith), £20 18s. 

248 "Lady Hamilton as 'The Spinster'," after Romney, second state, in 

bistre (I^llis and Smith', £<)6 12s. 



2^2 ART PRICES ("URREXT. 

249 " The ijempslress " (Miss Vernon), after the same, second state, in bistre 
(Harvey), ^29 8s. 

jOSl-PH COLLIER. 
350 " Miss Farren," after Downnian, proof with open letlert (Ctlnaghi), 

^51 "The same," unfinished proof (Parsons), £.2 2s. 

^52 " Mrs. Fitzherbert," rfter Russell, proof x\i(h publication line only 

(Ajinew), j£i-3 io«. 
'S3 " Miss Palmer," after Reynolds, first state (LfggattJ, j^j 3s. 

JOHX CONDE. 
354 " Mrs. Fitzherbert," after Cosway, proof before title (F. Danielt). 

£^2 IIS. 

•355 " Lady Hamilton," small oval, after Romney, proof before title 

(F. Daniell), ^^2. 
356 " Lady Louisa Manners," after Cosway, proof before all letters 

(Colnajihi). ^6 i6s. 6d. 

257 " Signora Storace," after De Wilde, picof before ; 11 letters, in bistre 

(.■\t;new), £■/ 7s. 

258 " Mrs. Tickell," after Cosway (Harvey\ £i(t i6s. 

J. DELATRE. 

.159 " Miss Harrop," after K.-Juffman. proof before title (Vaughan), £fi »js. 

\VILLL\M DICKINSON. 

a6o " Mrs. Robinson as ' Perdila,' " after Reynolds, first state (Agnew), 
£iS MS- 
GEORGE T. DOO. 

a6i " Lord Eldon." .ifter Lawrence, proof before titlo (Bruton), £^ 4s. 
RICH.ARD EARLOM. 

st3 " Lady Hamilton as ' .Mope,' " after Romney. proof with open letters, 
in bisire (Pollard). £\^ 14s. 

FRESCHI. 

463 " Lady Charlotte Carr," printed in colours (V'aughan), £i 14s. 6d. 

THOS. GAIN.SBOROUGH (after). 

364 Lithographs from his Works, including " Miss Linley," proof before 
all Iclltrs, nujslly rintfd; " Summer, by Morion." after Stewart; 
and others (Oldham), ^3 3s. 

JAMES GILLRAY. 

aftS " LEnfant trousV-," after Lady Spcn.cr, in bistre, cut close (ParUer\, 

£' 's- 

GODEFROY. 

366 " Miss Farren," after Downman, proofs before all letters (Howard 
Jones), £1 10s. 



April 26, 1910. 243 

JOSEPH GROZER. 

267 " Lady St. Asaph," attor RoyiioMs, prcol b'k r'- wll i/^tttrs, in I i<.:ro 
(Colnaghi ,ind Co.), j1'->j .'s. 

J. HOC.C. 

a68 "The Frail Sisters," after J. K. Smith, jrool wish cptn ietiprs, in 
bistre (Harvey), .^'42. 

JOHN JONKS. 
a6<) " Lord Diin.^^jiivun .unl his liroih.rs," :iftrr Cosvtay, in bistru (\'.inL!h:in), 

370 " l.ady Hamilton as ' l'"mnKi,' " nfler Romney, first slatf (A. Davis), 

371 " Miss Kembl<?," after Downman (Vaujjhun), ;^I5 4s. 6d. 

27a " Sorenri " (Miss Sncyd), aflirr Koinney, first state (Colnaghi), £16 i8s. 
373 " I.ord Henry and f.ady fharlolte Spencer," after Reynolds, first state 
(Hii!,'i;ins), ^'16 16s. 

Gi:()R(;i-. Ki-:AriNO. 

374 " I.;idy Hamilton as ' Si. Cciilin,' " allfr Romney, first state, in bistre 
(Li'StJatt), ^"15 15s. 

W. I.ANI". 

a75 "Mrs. Abini^ton." .-jftor Cosway (MacDonald), £1 us. 6d. 

F. C. LEWIS. 

276 " Miss .'\ddams, 'V after .Sir T. Lawrence; " Lucy Lawrence," after the 

s-ame; " Mrs. Lawrence." proof before all letters, in colours 

(Hugt'ins), ^8. 
a77 " -Mrs. Fairlie," after the samo. proof before title; " Lady .^gar Ellis," 

afier the s.ime (Pollard), .■C"'> 10s. 
aj8 " Miss Blo.^bam," aflcr the sani'-, proofs before all letters, in colours; 

and another (^^u.t;!:5ins), _£2 2^- 
270 " L.idy Susan Hamilton;" " Masters Patterson;" Mrs. Wolff and 

son," after the same, proofs before the titles (Huggins), ^3 13s. 66. 
aSo " Portraits of Children," .iftf^r the s.ime. proofs before all letters, 

in colours (Huggins), ;^I5 15s. 
i8i " The l)uche.--s of Devonshire," after Ihe same: " Miss Siddons." " Lady 

Haiuillon," proofs before all letters, coloured (Huggiiis), £7 ys. 

R. MARCUARD. 

■J.f,2 " Franc-is Barlolo/zi," after Reynolds, proof before all letter!, in 
bistre (F. Daniell). £^ 14s. 6d. 

R. MINASI. 

.•183 '■ Fortune," printed in roiour-;. rut close (Vaughart), j^g 19s. 6d. 

Wn.LFAM NUTTER. 

:i84 " Lady Beauchamp," after Reynolds, first state, in V/istre (A. Davis), 



244 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

JOHN OGBORNE. 

385 " Mrs. Jordan as ' The Romp,' " altr Romn?y, first stats, in bistre 
(F. Dantell), j^Tei 19s. 

J. riLTTn. 

a86 " Mrs. Robinson," after Cosway. in bistre (Breun), £1 is. 

A. POPE. 
387 " Mrs. Siddons, " proof before all letters (Corne), £3 us. Sd. 

EDWIN ROFFE. 

28S " Mrs. Osten," after Plimer, rernarque proof; " Miss Francis Gordon," 
after Reynolds (Agnew) £1 iis. 6d. 

T. RYDER. 

389 " Miss Boydell," after Nicol, proof before letters, in bistrcs (F. Daniei.t), 

W. WY.-^OXE RYLAND. 

2<)0 " .M;iiia," a(tc-r Kaiiffman, in colours (Vaughan), jQit) iqs. 

L. SCHIAVONETTI. 

391 " Anne and Maria, daughters of Viscount Folkestone," after Edridge 

(Colnaghi and Co.), £•, iss. 6d. 
2gc " Lady Bayhani," after Reynolds, pi oof before all letters (Harvey), 

£<) 9S- 
353 " Lady Ca\v'!or," after F.dridge, proof before all letters (Colnaghi and 

Co.), ^0 OS. 

394 " Mrs. Danier," after Cosway, proof before a!! letters, in bistre 

(Sabin), £■} 13?. 6d. 

J. K. SHERWIN. 

395 " Mrs. Robinson," preof before title (Colnaghi), £<) 93. 

3g6 " Mrs. Siddons as the ' Grecian Daughter,' " printed in colours 
(Pollard), £2j is. 

PJiTER SIMON. 

397 " Angels' Heads (Miss Frances Gordon)," after Reynolds, first state 

(Lcggatt), £.i\(y 4s. 

E. .STODART. 

398 " The Fair Stepmother (Ladies of the Loftui* Family)," after Cosway, 

artist's proof (F. Daniell), £2 as. 

399 " The Duchess of Devonshire," after Gainsborough; " Mrs. Abington "; 

" Miss Barker," after Coswny artist's proofs (TollemacJie), £2 io». 

V. W. TOMKINS. 

300 " Miss Boyd," nftjr Downman, proof before title, in bistre {\. Divis), 

301 " Mrs. Siddons," aftfjr the same, proof with open letters (Colnaghi 

and Co.), £ii iis. 



April 26, 1910. 245 



T. TROTTER. 

302 " Lady Helen Boyle," after Coswuy, proof with etched letters, in bi^(r«■ 

(Harvey), £1. 

J. VEXDRAMINI. 

303 " Miss Decamp," after Jean, printed in colours iHoward Jones), /^g gs. 

WILLIAM WALKER. 

304 " Sir Henry Raeburn," after liimself, proof with open letters (Agnew), 

305 "Sir Walter Scott," after Rnc'ann, proof ( ^gnew), £.^1 is. 

WILLlA^r WARD. 

306 " The Choice," by and after Ward (Ellis and Smith), ^26 55. 

CAROLINE \V.\TSON. 

307 " Lady Elizabeth Foster," after Downman, proof before any letters 

(Sabin\ £\% iSs. 

308 " Prince'is Sophia "; " Princei=s Mary," after Hoppner, proofs before 

any letters (Lcggatt), £T.q 8s. 

309 " Mrs. Stanhope as ' Contemplation,' " after l\eynolds, second state 

(Agncw). ;^i5 15s. 

310 " The Woronzow Children,'' aftor Cosway (Colnaghi), £•] 17s. tjd. 

CHARLES WILKIN. 

311 " Viscountess Andovcr," after Hoppner, proof before title, in bistre 

(Ellis and Smith) jQa~- 

312 " Lady Greville," after the same, proof before all letters (Sabin), 

£\-i 12s. 

313 " Mrs. Parkyns," after the same, proof before title (Parsons), £.z-<, js. 

314 " Lady Gertrude \'illiers," after the same, proof before title (\'aughan}, 

£^^ IQS. 

MI-ZZOTIXT EXGKAVINGS. 
WILLIA.M BAILLIE. 

315 " James, Duice of Monmouth,'' after Netscher and Wyck, first state; 

" Master Gapper," by .Xdams (Ellis and Smith), £t 6s. 

W. WHISTOX BARNEY. 

316 " George, Marquis of Blandford," after Richard Cosway, first state 

(Leggatt^ ^10 los. 

317 " Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," after Gainslxirougli, second state 

(Sabin), ;^gg 15s. 

318 " Lady St. John," after Hoppner, second state (Jacobson), £% 15s. 6d. 

319 ." Lords George and Charles Spencer," after Rirhard Cosway, first 

state (Pollard), £\%-}, 15s. 

ISA.VC BECKETT. 

320 "Christopher, Duke of .Mbemarle," after Murray, first slate (Agnew), 

£l 17s- 6d. 



246 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

331 " Madam? Bnker," after Kneller. first slate ionly one known) 
(Charrington), j^4 4s. 

322 '■ Thomas Cartwright. Bishop of Chester," alter /.oust, secotid state 

iParlcer), 5s. 

323 " Elizabeth, Countess of Chesterfield," after Leiy, third state (Parsons), 

los. 

324 " Willinni, Earl of Devonshire," alter Kneller, first state (Harvey), j^S. 

325 " Madame Anne Kirk," after Van Dyck, second state (I'arsons^ ^£,3 5s. 
jjb ■' Nicholas I.argillierc and family," after himself, first state (Rimell), 

£2 15s. 
327 " Sir Peter Lely," after himself, second state fColnaghi and Ck>.), £7. 
32S '■ Henry, Duke of Norfolk," second state (Harvey), ^£^7. 

329 " Madame Soams," after Kneller, second state (.only two known) 

(Charrington), £S. 

330 '■ Lady Williams," after Wissing, first state (.only two knov/n), the 

title in manuscript (Howard Jones), £ig 19s. 

331 " Lady Williams," after Wissing, second state (only two known) 

(Ho'.v.Trd Jones), vjj 15s. 6d. 

332 " Madame Ann Windham," after Wissin.L^. first state (only two known) 

(Leggatt), £2 i2s. 6d. 

333 '■ A Ladv " (personage not ascertained), after Kneiler, second state 

(Charrington), ^.^ 5s. 

EDWARD BELL. 

.S34 " Philip, Earl of Chesterfield," after GainsborouKh, proof before all 
letters (Loggatt;, £- 17s. 6d. 

THOMAS DLACK.MORE. 

335 " Samuel Foote," after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first stale ('irundy and 

Smilhl, £.^ ss. 

336 " Man in a cloak," after Van Dyck (.\gnew), ^£^5 5s. 

A. DE BI,Ors. 

337 " Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth." alter Lely, first st^te (Colnaghi), 

£7 7s- 

A. BLOOIELIXG. 

338 " Ann, Princess 01 Denmark," .ifier Lely (Morgan), :Ci i''s. 

339 " Catherine, Queen of Charles H.," after the same tColnaghi), j^g gs. 

340 " Charles the Second," after the same, undcscribed first sl.ite, before 

names of painter and cngrav(;r (Baddeley), ^£^17 17s. 

341 " Charles, Earl of Derby," first state (Baddsley), ;^8 8s. 

342 " Cornelius De W'itt," after Bane, before all letters, llie n.imes of the 

artists in manuscript (Colnaghi), £ir> los. 

343 " Cornelius De Witt," after Bane, lettered impression (Obach), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

344 " Erasmus," after Holbein (Colnaghi), £i 3s. 

345 " Christian Mugens " (Charrington), £1 5s. 

346 " James the Second, when Duke of Vork," atier Lely (H:irvey), £$(> 8s. 

347 " Frans Mieris," after himself (Coln.ighi), £3 12s. M. 

348 " Prince Rupert," first state (Obach), £5. 

340 " Bartholomew \^an der Heist." after luiiis<!f (P.irsonsl, ,/;i rs. 



April 26, 1910. 247 

350 " William, Prince of Orange," after Le!y, undescribed first state, befor* 

names of painter and engraver (Colnaghj), jg'iS i3s. 

351 " William, Prince of Orange, and Princess Mary," undescribed first 

states, before all letters (Colnaghi), /I'll iis. 

O. BOCKMAN. 

3SJ " Philip, Lord H:.rdwicke." nfter f):ihl, undescribed state, with Bock- 
man's address (Savile), ^£^7 7s. 

J. BOYDELL. 

353 " Regnier Ilansloe nnd wil'i-," nfi.r Rembrandt, first state (Daniell), 

j€ii 2S. 

W. BROMLliV. 

354 " Masters Paterson," after Sir Thomas Lawrence, proof before all 

letters (Harvey), ^TiS iSs. 

R. BROOKSHAW", 

355 " Comtesse d'Artois," proof before letters (Maggs), £^ 15s. 6d. 

356 " Miss Greenfield," first state (only three knownl (Grundy and Smith), 

£3 '3s- 6d. 

357 " Masson, the Tennis Plnvor," after Mortimer, first state (Colnaghj), 

£r- 

ALEXANDER BROWNE. 

358 " Isabella, Lady Arlington," after Lely, first state (Parsons), j^3 3s. 

359 " Children of Charles I.," after Van DycU, second state (Bruton), 

:^3 5s- 

360 " Fordc, Lord Orty," after f^ely, second stale (Grundy and Smith), 

£2 2S. 

361 " Sir Treswell Hollis," after Lely, first state (Parker), £^ 13s. 6d. 

362 " Sir Peter Lely." after liimsolf, second state (Rimell), ^3 13s. 6d. 

363 " Elizabeth, Lady Lome," after Lely, second state (Maggs), £1 is. 

364 " Frances, Countess of Portland," after Van Dyck (Vaughan), 

;^S IS'?- 6d. 

365 " Madame Jane Robarts," after Lely, second state (only three known) 

(Daniell), ^:4 4s. 

366 " Lady Kalherine Seymour," after the same, second state (Grundy and 

Smith), £2 13s. 

GEORGE CLIN'T. 

367 " Lady Mulgrave," after Hoppner, open letter proof (Agnew), £2$ 7s. 

368 " Maria Siddons," after Sir Thomas Lawrence, engraver's proof 

(Leggatt), ^:i5 15s. 

369 " Miss Wilmot." after Hoppner, proof before all letters (Colnaghi), 

^71 8s. 

B. CLOWES. 

370 " Domestic Eniployinent — Starching " (Pollard), ;^!) os. 

T. COLE. 

371 " James. Duk** of Marlborough " (Parker), los. 6d. 



248 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

J. COOPER. 

372 "Francis Bacon, Lord Verulam," after Janssen, first state (only one 

known) (Mzfigs), £2^ 4s. 

GEORGE DAWE. 

373 " William Goodwin, " ;.!ter Northcote, first state (Vicars), £%o >os. 

PHILIP DAWE. 

374 " Master Oswald Fawcett as ' Cupid,' " after R. Cosway, engraver's 

proof (not described by J. C. Smith) (Leggatt), ^£7 7s. 

JOHN DEAN. 

375 " Elizabeth, Countess of Derby," after Romney, second state (W. 

Sabin), .£44 2s. 

376 " Lady Mary Kent," after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state (Ma/^gs), £,\z. 

377 " Master Paine," after Romney, first state (Vaughan), ^£'48 6s. 

378 " Miss Ann Pari," after the same, second state (Parsons), jQg 19s. 6d. 

G. DE KONING. 

379 " The Countess of Yarmouth," after Van Hocgh (Rimell), £1 los. 



Apiil 27, 1910. 249 



April 27, 1910. (Third Day's Sale.) 

WILLIAM DICKINSON. 

380 " Miss Mary Dickinson (The Country Girl)," after Peters, first sta'e 

(Colnnghi), £21. 

381 " Mrs. Gwynne and Mrs. Bunbury," alter Gardner, first state 

(Gutciiun^t), ^"27 6s. 

382 " Hon. .Augustus Keppel," after Romney, first state (Coln.-ighi), ^^27 6s. 

383 " Duclness of Lcinstcr," after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi), J^.^H 6s. 

384 " Miss Benedctta Ramus," after Romney, first state (Ellis and Smith), 

3S5 " Miss Benedolta Ramus," after Romney, in oval frame, not quite 
finished t\'aughan), j£r6 16s;. bd. 

386 " Mrs. Sheridan as ' St. Cecili,".,' " after Reynolds, first state (Leggatt), 

387 " Mrs. Siddons," after T. Beach (Brucn), j^ii os. 6d. 

3S8 " Lady Taylor," after Reynolds, first state, with W.-ilpole's hand- 
wri^ini! (f'-llis and Smithi, .£."304 ios. 

389 " Richard, l^arl Temple," .iltcr the same, first slate (F. DanielU, 

j^Tii c:. bd. 

390 " Lord Thurlow," after Romney, second state (.\. Davis), 3^12 12s. 

JOHN DIXON. 

391 " Ladv .M.nry Bertie," after Peters, first st.ile (Colnaglii), j£Ti9 igs. 

392 " Henry, Duke of Buccleuch," after Gainsborough, first state (Davis), 

;^i6 i6s. 

393 " The Misses Crewe," after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi), j^TaS 7s. 

394 " Miss Davidson," after the same, first stale (Dancocks), ^^37 i6s. 

395 " Garrick. as ' .\bcl Drugger,' " s-fter Zoffrny, first state (Agnew), 

396 " William, Duke of I.einster." after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi), 

£31 IOS. 

397 " Lady O'Brien," after the same, first state (Leggatt), 0^46 4s. 

398 " Rembrandt's Frame-Maker," after Rembrandt, proof with artists' 

names only, in etched letters (Bruton), .£^315. 

WILLIAM DOUGHTY. 

399 " Samuel Johnson," after Reynolds, undo«cribed proof with etched 

letters, before " Dr," was erased and " LL.D." added (Coln.nghi), 
/:2io. 

400 " Miss Mary Palmer," after the same, first state (Colnaghi), ^57 15s. 

401 " Ariadne," after the same, undcscribed proof with artists' names only, 

ia etched letters (LeggattI, ^"29 Ss. 

ROBERT DUNKARTO.N'. 

402 " Mrs. Billington," after Downman, first state (Leggatt), £ii 13s. 



250 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



403 " Miss Catle\-, in the choracter of ' Euplirosyne,' " afti.'r Lawranson, 

first state (F. Daniell), £6 6s. 

404 " Miss Man' Horneck as ' The Jessaniy Bride,' " after Reynolds, first 

state (.Colnaghi), ^"gg 15s. 

405 " Lord Lifford," after the same, engraver's proof (Ellis and Smith), 

G.MNSBOROUGH DUI'ONT. 

406 " Oucen Charlotte," after Gainsborough, first state (Gutekunst), .;£^IS 'Ss 

407 " Sir Henry Bate Dudley," after the same, unfinished proof (Colnaghi), 

^.li los. 

408 " The Eldest Princesses," after the same, first state (Colnaghi), ;^78 15?. 

K. EDWARDS. 

409 " Lady Hume," after Reynolds, second state (Legs^'t). jC' is. 

RICH.XRD F..\RLO.M. 

410 " .Mrs. Gulston," after Hamilton, undescrihcd proof before all letters. 

(Gutekunst), £() 19s. 6d. 

411 "William Pitt," after Gainsborough Dupont, undescribed proof before' 

all letters (Colnaghi and Co.). ^^147. 

412 " .'\ Flower Ficcc," after Van Huysum, proof before title and before- 

motto in arms (Agneu-), :£;>. 

413 " .'V Blacksmith's Shop," after Wright, first state (Colnaghi and Co.), 

^22 IS. 

JOHAN'N FREDERICK YON ELTZ. 

414 " John riiillp.t Archbishop of Muyence," after FLirstenberg (Parsons),, 

;6'l IS. 

J. & C. ESPLENS. 

415 " George Heriot," after Scougal, second state (F. Dnnioll), ;/73 .Ss 

CHARLES EXSHAW. 

416 " Ann Vanloo," after Vanloo (Parsons), los. 6d. 

417 " Isabel Vanloo," after the same (Parsons), los. ftd. 

ENGRAVERS NOT ASCERTAL\ED. 

418 " St. Stanislaus Kostka, Soc. Jesu," signed A. A. K.S.J. 1658, veiy early 

mezzotint, not described (Howard Jones), £2 ss. 
410 " .'Vnn of Denmark, Queen of James 1." (Parsons), 12s. 

420 " John, ICarl of Bridgwater," after Claret, second state (Charrington), 

£3 r,"- 

421 " Samuel Butler," after Zoust, first state (F. Daniell), £^ 5=. 

422 " Charles I. with Henrietta Maria and children," after Van Dyck 

fonlv three known) (Colnaghi). £2 2<. 

423 " Charles II., within a border of palm branches " (Maggs), £6 16s. 6d. 

424 " Charles H," in oval frame, the inscription in French (no other 

known) (Charrington), £6 itSs. 6d. 

425 " Stephen College, the Protestant Joiner." " Count<>ss of Esses and 

childiT.n," one other known (Harvey), 15s. 



April 27, 1910. 251 

,f36 "Henry, Dulce of Grafion," first slate, one other known (Savile), 
;£."io los. 

427 " M.-ulame Elinoia Gvvln," after Lel.v (Parsons), :^8 8s. 

428 " Humphrey Henchman, Bishop of London," after the same (Breun), 

JOS. 6d. 

429 " George, Lord Jeffryes," after Kneller, second state (Charringtoi), 

430 " Elizabeth, (^oimless of l\ildare," after Wissiog (Parsons), j^i I5. 

431 " Madame Knatchbull," after Kneller, first state (Maggs), ;^3 3s. 

432 "Queen Mary tl.," in oval (Richmond), los. 6d. 

433 " Hcncage, Earl of Nottingham," in oval (Charrington), £3 ?s. 

434 " J;imes, Dulce of Orniond," in oval (Parsons), los. ^d. 

435 " Mary, Duchess of Ormond," in oval (Parsons), £1 15s. 

436 " Algernon Sydney," lirst state (Danioll), £6 6s. 

437 " Madanic HenricUn 'leinpr-st," first state, only one knou-n (Charrin^to-i), 

£2 2S. 

438 " Lady Williams," after Lely, second state (Parsons), £1 is. 

439 "Lady with lamb," proof before all letters and before inscriptioa 

space was cleaned (Parsons), ^3 3s. 

440 " Oliver Cromwell," after Lely, first state (Dan'iell), ^£^14 143. 

441 " Mary, Queen of Scots," after Zucchero, first state (Harvey), 

£.7 '17s. "ed. 

442 " Prince Charles luluard Stuart," atfor Mercior, first state (Pollard). 

£g iQS. 6d. 

443 " Frances, Lady W'orsloy," before iny letters, the only impression 

Unowa, (Harvey), .£,'14 14s. 

444 " Mrs. Callendcr," after Reynolds, first state (GuteUunst), £2^ 3s. 

445 " John Henderson," proof before all letters (Agnew), £^ 13s. 6d. 

446 " Selina, Countess of Huntingdon," after Russell, first state (Maggs), 

£1 IS. 

447 " General Wolfe," half-length, in oval (Harvey), ;^22 is. 

44S " Female Portrait, in a low robe with fur edging," hall-length, in oval 
frame, proof before all letters, the only impression known (F. Daniel!), 
£0 iQ=i. 6d. 

JOHN I'ABER, SE.XIOR. 

449 " John Caius," from the set of " The Founders," lirst state (Maggs), 

10s. 6d. 

JOH.X FABICR, JUNfOR. 

450 " Jonathan t>elchcr," :ifter Phillips (Sabin), £$2 los. 

451 " Francos, Lady Byron," after Hogarth, first state (Rimell), £i 3s- 

452 " Mrs. Cibber." after Hudson, first state, only four known (Harvey), 

£,"11 irs. 

453 "Jane, Countess of Clarf^ndon," after Kneller, proof with uncleaned 

margin (liimell), £2 2S. 

454 " Richard, Lord Cohham," after Kneller (from Kit Kat series), proof 

before all letters (Charrington), ^"5 15s. 6d. 

455 " Oliver Cromwell," after Lely, first state (.Agnew), £2^ 4s. 

456 " Elizaboih, Duchess of Hamilton," after Hamilton, intermediate be- 

tween first .and second states, with Smith's addre.-is. but before the 
plalp w.is reduced (.Maggs), £3"} 6s. 

457 " George Frederick Handel," after Hudson, the fir.st pl.>te, with the 

date i7-|S. probably unique (Maggs), £1^ .15s. 



252 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

458 " Philip, Lord Harduicke," by and after Faber, first state (Kennedy), 

^2 12s. bd. 

459 "Henry VIII.," after Holbein, second state (Rimell), jQi iis. 6d. 

460 & 46: " Mrs. Kaight," after Kncllcr, first stale; " Lady Christian 

Moray of Abercairncy," after Davison, only state (Colnaghi), £\n 14s. 

462 " Sir Isaac Newton," after Vanderbanc, first stale (Rimell), £2 2S. 

463 " Alexander Pope," after Kneller, first state (Sabin), .£^6 6s. 

464 " Mrs. Anastasia Robinson," alter Vanderbanc, first state, touched 

by the artist (F. Daniell), ^£"9 ys. 

465 " Anna, Empress of Russia,'' only stale (Colnaghi), £<3 gs. 

466 " Sir Hans Sloane," after Kneller, first state (Obach), ^8 Ss. 

467 " George Stepney," after the same (from Kit Kat series), proof before 

all letters (Charrington), ^4 14s. 6d. 

468 " Lady Townshend," after \'anloo, first stale, only three known 

(Gutekunst), aCiS iSs. 

469 " Admiral Sir Charles Wager," after Whood, first state (Ellis and 

Smith), ^"5 15s. 6d. 

470 " George Whilfield," after Wollaston, first state, only four known 

(Colnaghi and Co.), £■; 17s. 6d. 

471 " Mrs. Wofiington in the character of Mrs. Ford." after Haytley, first 

state, only four known (Sabin), 3^42. 

472 " Mrs. Woffington," after same, second state (.\gnew), £y 7s. 

WILLIAM FAITHORNE. 

473 " Thomas Flatman," early state, with the roll of paper blank (Maggs), 

474 " Lady Grace Gethin," after Dickson, only state (Charrington), 

:^i IIS. 6d. 

475 " Mary, Princess of Orange," after Hannaman, first state (Colnaghi), 

£5 5SS. 6d. 

476 " Admiral Russell," in oval, not described by 1. C. Smith (Colnaghi), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

477 " Princess Sophia of Hanover," first state, only four known (Chnrring- 

fon), ^19 JQS. 

JOHN FINLAYSON. 

478 " Maria, Lady Broughton," after Cotes, first state (Vaughan), 

£i 18s. 6d. 

479 " Miss Metcalfe," after Hone, first state (Davis), £2^ los. 

480 " Lady Charles Spencer," after Reynolds, first state, with artists' 

names only (Vicars), £\2 12s. 

481 " Anna Zamperini," after Hone, first state (Gutekunst), £q qs 

EDWARD FISHER. 

482 " Mrs. Mary Hope," after Reynolds, second state (Colnaghi), £12 JjS- 

483 " Lady Elizabeth Lee," alter the same, first state (Colnaghi), £-\z lis. 

484 " Mrs. Oldfield," after Richardson, second state (Ellis and Smith), 

£\f, ss. 6d. 

485 " Lau-renrc Sterne," after Reynolds, first state (.\gnpw), £iZ '?s. 

486 " Mrs. Trapaud," after the same, first state (Colnaghi), £j,2 lis. 

487 " Ladies .'\mabel and Mary Yorke," after ihe same, early proof, before 

the plate was cleaned (Colnaghi), £^:t is. 



April 27, 1910. 253 

^88 " Ladies Amabel and Marv York," after the same, third state (Vicars), 

£'1 •;- 

THOMAS FRVE. 
^Sg " Young Woman with a Kr.n " (Canim), £2 1%. 

CASKAR VON FURSTENBERG. 

490 " Frederick Marlcgrave of Baden " (Colnaghi), £2;^ zs. 

491 " Leopold William, Archduke of Austria," the verses a; bottom and 

artisla' naiiK'S cut away (Kennedy), £1 iis. 6d. 

492 " Christ Crowned with Thorns," second state (Maggs), £2 15s. 

J. GAINER. 

493 " John Wesley," second state (Kennedy), £<.} 9s. 

HENRI GASCAR. 

494 " Lady Anne Barrington and Lady Mary St. John," after Gascar 

(Parsons), ji^i is. 
4<i5 " Madame Sophia Bulkeley," after the same, third state (Parsons), 
£1 IS. 

496 " Barbar.T, Duchess of Cleveland, and daughter," after the same, only 

live impressions known (Savile), jQi-^ 13s. 

497 "Eleanor Gwin and her two sons," after the same, only three im- 

pressions known (Sabin), .^10 los. 

498 " Mrs. Jane Middleton," after the same (Rimell), ^i is. 

!,')u " Frances. Oucliesb nf Richmond," after tli:- s.iiiie, undescribcd proof 
before all letters, the title in manuscript, probably unique CDaniell), 
£c) Kjs. Cd. 

JOHN" GISBORNE 

500 " Willey Revclcy," after Woodford, not described by J. C. Smith 

(Slogdon). 10s. 

J. GOLE. 

501 " Admiral Van Tromp " (Parsons), ;^ii iis. 

VALENTINE GREEN. 

502 " The Countess of Aylesford," after Sir Joshua Reynolds, second state 

(Ellis and Smith), ^rSg 5s. 

503 "The Duke of Bedford with his brothers, and Miss Vernon," after the 

same, first state (Agncwl, £2:^ 2S. 

504 "Master Bradshaw and his sisters," after Joseph Wright, early pnx>f 

before " Ryland and Bryer, ex." (Maggs), ;^65 2s. 

505 "Master Bradshaw and his sisters," after Joseph Wright, engraver's 

proof, not quite finished, cut close (Colnaghi), j£ii us. 
5(j6 " Miss Sarah Campbell," after Sir Joshua Reynolds, llrst state (Sabin), 

^:i68. 
507 " Geor.^ian.1, Duchess of Devonshire," after Maria Cosway, first state 

(Pollard), ^'iio 5s. 
50S " The Masters Drummond." after West, first state (Maggs), £i i8s. 6d. 

509 " David Gairick," after Gainsborough, first state ((Tolnaghi), £2-}, 2s. 

510 "Mrs. Grocn and child," after Falconet, first state (Gutekunst), 



254 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

511 " Eleanor Gwyn," after Lely, undescribcd proof before all letter? 

(Kennedy), ^6"? 17s. od. 
51a " Lady C;iroline Howard." ;iflt-r Sir Joshua Reynolds, first s(at<" 

(Colnai;hi), ^^273. 

513 " Ozias Humphry," afler Roniiiey, hcwcon first and second states 

(Agnew), .£^11 II-'. 

514 " Ixjrd Nelson," after Abbott (AtJncw), £^2. 

515 " filizabelh, Lady N'uneh.uii," afler Falconet, first state (Harvey), 

516 " I'rini'L- Rupert." after Rembrandt (.Sabin), ^£768 5s. 

517 '• William Innes. ' Golfers at fjlackhcath,' " afler Abbott (A. Davis), 

JOHN GREENWOOD. 

518 " Juhn Wesley," afler Hone, first stale (Parsons), £7 ys. 

JOSEi'H GROZER. 

5)9 " Miss I'Vances Harris," after Sir Joshua Reynolds, third slate 
tCoInajjhil, ^50 8s. 

520 " Lady Charlotte Legge," after Romney, first slate (Colnaghi), :£^i 10*. 

521 " Mrs. Se.-iforth and child," after R<-ynoIds. second slate tlLllis and 

Smith), j^ji 10s. 

C. H. HODGliS. 

522 "Lady Oashuood and child," after lieynolds. third state (Slogdon), 

£"} J'js- 

523 " Lavinia, Countess .Spencer," after the same, second slate (Gulekunst), 

^.6 ,6s. 

524 " Mrs. .\nn Warren," after Romney, only state (l.eggatt), ;^ii5 los. 

525 " William Wilberforce," after Rising, first state (.'\gne\\ ), ^^14 14s. 

526 " The Shipbuilder," afler Rc-nibrandl, proof with .artists' names only 

(Harvey), jC-,4 12s. 

527 " Guardian ,\ngels," after Reynolds, fiist slate (Leggalt), £2C) 8s. 

528 " Edwin," afler the same, only state f.Agnew), £J^ 34s. 6d. 

529 " The Cottage Girl," after Chandler, proof before all letters (Pollard), 

;^37 ''is. 

JOHN HOPPNER. 

530 " ,\ Shower," painted and engraved by Hoppner. open letter proof 

(Vaughan), JJs iss, 6<1. 

RlCHARr:) FIOUSTONV 

531 " .Mary, Duchess of .Ancaster," .-illei- Kevnolds, first slate (Colnaghi), 

£2,'. 
'532 " M.-ui.-!, founlcss of Coventry," .-iflr-r l.iolard, first state (liullock), 
£^ i,,s. M. 

533 " Miss Rilly Fisher," after Reynolds, firsi stale (Ellis and Smith), 

^52 los. 

534 " (..■;;roline, Du'-hess of .Mnr!boroug'^ :.ii<l i.ady Caroline Spencer," 

.flfr ilir- same, first st.-.le (Coliiaglii i, i";,(j i,Ss. 

535 " VVilliam Pitt," after Hoare, early proof with the address in etched 

letters (Agnew), ^10 los. 

536 " JVliss Harriet Powell," afler Reynolds, first slate (Colnaghi), ^^54 12s. 

537 " Miss Harriet Powell," after Read, first state (Harvey), £yS 153. 



April 27, 1910. 25s 

538 " Jan Six, Bur{JoniasUr of Amslerd;iin, " aitcr Keii]Or:inUt, lirst slate 

^Harvey), ^i'lO His. 

539 " ^Irs. Woodliull," nfior /.olluny, undcscribwl proof, bo.fore the ii:iiiie 

at llie basf: of ihe pcdc-slal tCJuKfiunsl), ;i,''22 is. 

540 •' General Wolfe," after SrliaaU, half-len(^th (.Colnaghi), j^Ji^ 158. 

541 " Man with thu Knife," after Rembrandt, engraver's pro-jl [Bcuton), 

£30 iSs. 

542 " Woman pluikint; a I'owl," after tlic same, first stale (Coln:'<ihi). 

£i7 I OS. 

543 " The Syndirs. " after the same, first state tColna^jhi), ^'65 2s. 

11I:NRY HUDSON. 

544 " Mrs. Curtis," after Walton, proof before .ill letters (Colnajjhi), 

^388 los. 

545 " Warren U.-isiini^s," -after Dcvis (Harvey), ^rii iis. 

W1I.I.I.\M rrUMl'HRKV. 

546 " Christopher Pinchbeck," after Cunning^hnm. undescribed proof before 

all lellers (.Xi^ncw), y."- i^s. 6(1. 

JOHN JACOBK. 

547 " Willi.-im llayliy," .ifier Roniney (Grundy and .Smith), ;^9 19s. 6d. 

548 " Hon. .Miss .Monckion," after Reynolds, early proof, cut close (Sabin), 

.£ri36 10-;. 

J. JKHNER. 

549 " Richard, Karl ul LJ.nrjmoro," after R. ("osway, proof before letters, 

not described by J. C. Smith (BuUockt, ^'2 5s. 

JOHNSON. 

550 " Miss Murray." after Page (Leggatt), .;i;6 6s. 

T. JOHNSON. 

551 " Thomas Briiion." after Woolasion, first state; the same, second state 

(Breun), ^'i 15s. 
55a "William Bullock. Comedian," only five impressions known (Rimeil), 

£2 2S. 



256 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



April 28. 1910. (Fourth Day's Sale.) 

JOHN JONES. 

553 " Signora BacceJH, after Gainsborough, second state (Colnaghi), 

554 " James Boswell," after Sir Joshua Reynolds, second state (Parsons), 

£12 I2S. 

555 " Edmund Burlce." after Romncy, first state (Huggins), £^SS los. 

556 " Mrs. Davenport," after the same, only state {Ellis and Smith), 

557 " Mrs. Edwards," .after Lauranson, first state (Jacobson), £2^ 7s. 

558 " Thomas Erslcine," after Reynolds, second stale (Sabin), ;£ri2 12s. 

559 " Miss Kemble, in a black dress," after the same, second state 

(Parsons), ^£'29 8s 

560 " Miss Komble, in a white dress," after the same, second stat» 

i Parsons), .^£22 is. 

561 " Rt. Hon. \^■ilUam Pitt," after Romney, first state (.'^gnew), £^4 2S. 

Ef.lZ.ABETH JUDKINS. 
563 " Mrs. .\bington," aftc-r Reynolds, first state (Sabin), £-^i 8s. 

GEORGE KE.\TING. 

563 " Edward, Earl of Derby," after Gainsborough, proof with etched 

letters (Colnaghi), £22 is. 

564 " Gfeorgi.'ina, Duchess of Devonshire, and Lady Georgian.! Cavendish," 

after Reynolds, first state (Sabin), .;/r2io. 

HENRY KENGSBL'RY. 

j55 " Mrs. Lovibond," after J. R. Smith, undescribed pr»of with etched 
letters (Ellis and Smith), ^29 8s. 

566 " Miss Stanley," after the same (Davis), i^i8 i8.s. 

C.VROLINE KIRKLEY. 

567 " Sir Joshua Reynolds," after himself, first state (.Agnew), ^^5 15s. 6d. 

ROBERT L.M'RIE. 

568 " Portraits of Ladies," after Dighton, undescribed proofs before all 

letters (Leggntt), £6 6s. 

569 " Oucen Charlotte," .after ZoUany, undescribed proof with artists' 

names, and publication line in etched letters (Maggs), ^£'5 5s. 

570 " Elizabeth, Duchess of Hamilton and .Argyle," after Read, first state 

(Pollard), ,jC241 ios. 

571 "Princes George anil Frederick," drawn and engraved by Laurie, 

first stale (Colnaghi), j^Jii) 19s. 



April 28, 1910. 257 

BERNARD LENS. 

572 " Isabella, Duchess of Grafton," after Kneller, first state (Parsons), 

£1 IS. 

573 " Princess Sophia of Hanover," only two impressions known (Harvey), 

j£2 I2S. 6d. 

D.-WID LOGGAN. 

574 " Allestree, Dolben and Fell," after Lely (Harvey), ;£i7 17s. 

575 " Archbishop Laud," after \'an Dyck, second state (Charrington), 

j^7 17s. 6d. 

E. LUTTRELL. 

576 "Francis Le Pipre," half-length, in oval; and another (Parsons), 

^i IS. 

577 " Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury," after Greenhill, first state, only one 

known (Harvey), j£iy 17s. 

JAMES McARDELL. 

578 " Mary, Duchess of Ancaster," after Hudson, first state (Colnaghi), 

579 "Mrs. Astley, " after herself, only three impressions known (Vaughan), 

^7 7S. 

580 " Mrs. Bastard," after Reynolds, first state (Agnew), ^^2;^ 2s 

581 " Countess of Berkeley," after the same, proof before all letters, with 

uncleared margin (Agnew), ^39 i8s. 

582 " Mrs. Bonfoy," after the same, first state (Agnew), ;£J44 2S. 

583 " Master Jacob Bouveiie," after the same (Colnaghi), ;^is 15s. 

584 " Lady Cathcart and child," after the same, first state (Parsons), 

£!i Ss. 

585 " Maria, Countess of Coventry," after Hamilton, undescribed stale 

before the address of John Smitli (Gutekunst), ;£7ii i:s. 

586 " Lady Anne Dawson," after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi), ;£r48 6s. 

587 " Arthur Dobbs, Governor of North Carolina," after Hoare, undescribed 

proof before all letters (Kennedy), £25 14s. 

588 " Frances, Countess of Essex," after Reynolds Qacobson), £6 6s. 

589 " Lady Fenoulhet," after the same, proof before all letters, with 

uncleared margin (Ellis and Smith), ^^29 8s. 

590 " Lady Charlotte Fitzwilliam," after the same, first state (Harvey), 

£S2 I OS. 

591 "James Gibbs," after Hogarth, first state; another of the same, second 

state (Parsons), los. 

592 " Lady Grammont," after Lely, first state (Colnaghi), ;^86 2s. 

593 "Miss Greville and her brother," after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi), 

^29 Ss. 

594 " Mrs. Horneck," 'after the same, first state (Gutekunst), ;£'2l. 

595 " Lady George Lennox," after Ramsey, first state (F. Daniell), 

;^i9 8s. 6d. 

596 " Miss Lewis," after Liotard, first state (Agnew), ^^ig 19s 6d. 

597 " Mrs. Middleton," after Lely, first state (F. Daniell), ^^78 15s. 

598 " Lady Elizabeth Montagu," after Reynolds, first state (Harvey), £22 2S 

599 " John Pine," after Hogarth, first state (Charrington), j^io los. 

600 " John Pine," another plate, hands on cane, proof before all letters 

(Colnaghi), ^4 4s. 



2s8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

6oi "Rubens with his wife and child," after himself, first state (Sabin), 
£-~l 6s. 

602 " Lady Caroline Russell," after Reynolds, first state (Agnew), £,i(> 5s. 

603 " Griselda, Countess Stanhope," after Ramsay, first state; the same, 

second state (Gutekunst), jQq igs. 6d. 

604 " Dean Swift," engraved in Ireland, not mentioned by J. S. Smith 

(Harvey), ^11 iis. 

605 " Maria, Countess Waldegrave," after Reynolds, first state (Gutekunst), 

^726 ss. 
•606 " Horace Walpole," after the same, second state (Ellis and Smith), 

3^22 IS. 

607 " Mrs. Woffington," after Pond (Agnew), .£22 is. 

608 " Boy with Flute," after Frans Hals, proof before any letters (Sabin), 

j£2g 8s. 

609 " Girl with Cup and Ball," after Mercier, proof before any letters 

(Ellis and Smith), £2% ys. 

T. MAN. 
■610 " Sir Francis Willoughby," only three impressions known (Harvey), 
£3 3S. 

JOSEPH MARCHI. 
611 "The Misses Bennet," after Nixon, undescribed proof before any 

letters (Colnaghi), ^33 12s. 
'612 " Mrs. Bouverie and Mrs. Crewe," after Reynolds, second state 

(Gutekunst), ;^3i los. 
613 " Miss Cholmondeley," after the same, first state (Leggatt), £^2. 
'614 " Princess Czartoryska," by and after Marchi, undescribed proof before 

any letters (Sabin), 3^37 i6s. 
615 " Oliver Goldsmith," after Reynolds, first state (Maggs), ^^44 2S. 
•616 " Hester Maria Thrale," after Zoffany (Gutekunst), .£22 is. 

DAVID MARTIN. 
■617 " Thomas Penn," after Davis, first state (Sabin), jJi2 12s. 
■618 " L. F. Roubiliac," after Carpentiers, first state Charrington), £iy 17s. 

HENRY MEYER. 

■619 " Lord Eldon," after Owen, whole-length (Maggs), £y 7s. 

620 " Charles Greville," after Romney, first state (Grundy), ;^ii iis. 

621 " Lady Hamilton as ' Nature '," after Romney, second state (Colnaghi), 

£3-^5 'OS. 
'622 " Emma, Lady Kenyon," after Hoppner, proof before all letters (Sabin), 

£^^2 -js. 
623 " Lady Leicester," after Owen, proof before title (Gutekunst), :^ig igs. 
'624 " The Marquis of Londonderry," after Lawrence, proof before any 

letters, with uncleared margin (Davis), ^^32 iis. 

625 " Miss Stephens," after Harlow, proof before any letters (W. Sabin), 

ANDREW MILLER. 

626 " Gustavus, Viscount Boyne," after Hogarth (Parker), ;^i is. 

•627 " Oliver Cromwell and General Lambert," early impression, cut close 
(Harvey), £2^ los 



April 2S, 1910. 259 

628 " Robtrt. Lord Newport," after Stevens, first state (Mnggs), £.2 12s. 6d. 

629 " George Taylor, pugilist," first state (Rimel!), £\ is. 

630 " Mr. Turbitt in the Character of ' Sosia,' " after Bisse 

1 (Parsons), 
los. 6d. 
_ 

THOMAS PARK. 

632 " Miss Penelope Boothby," after Reynolds, first state (Ellis and Smith), 

iTso 8s. 

WILLIAM PETHER. 

633 " Madame, Comtetse de Provence," after Le Brun, first state (Colnaghi), 

£^1 6s. 

634 " An Officer of State," after Rembrandt, first state (Colnaghi), 

£i,% 6s. 

CHARLES PHILLIPS. 

635 " .Miss Lydia Hone," after Hone, second state (Rimell), £,r) gs. 

636 " Miss Nelly O'Brien," after Reynolds, first state (Agnew), £\^Z los. 

FRANCIS PL.\CE. 

637 " Nathaniel Crew," second state (Harvey), £i, 4s. 

638 " John Lambert," second state (Harvey), £,i, i8s. 6d. 

639 " John Moyser," first state (Grundy), ^3 13s. 6d. 

640 " Richard Sterne," first state, the only one known (Home), £1-}, 13s. 

641 " Richard Thompson," after Zoust, second state 

I (\V. Sabin), 
THOM.\S PRESTON. K;,, os_ gj. 

642 " Robert Blake," second state 

J. H. OUITER. 

643 "Samuel Rabelius;" "Andreas Uleko'n;" and other early German 

mezzotints (Parker), los. 6d. 

RICHARD READ. 

644 " John Herries, after Martin, first state (Vaughan), £t, 13s. 6d. 

64s " The Dutch Lady," after Rembrandt, undescribed proof with 
publication line only (Charrington), £i,i, 2s. 

S. W. REYNOLDS. 

646 " Mrs. Arbuthnot," after Hoppner, first state (W. Sabin), ;£'i26 

647 " The Duchess of Bedford," after the same (VV. Sabin), £i-] 6s. 

648 " George Dance," after Jackson, second state (Agnew), £a, 4s. 

649 " Thomas Girton," after Opie, first state (.Agnew), £i, 14s. 6d. 

650 " Sir Joshua Reynolds," after himself, second state (.Agnew), ^^23 4s. 

651 " Paul Sandby," after Beechey, proof before letters (F. Daniell), 

.£■5 iSs- 6d. 

WILLIAM ROBINS. 

652 "King Henry VI." (Maggs), 7s. 

653 " Frances, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox," only state (Harvey), 

£\ IIS. 6d. 



26o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

R. ROBINSON. 

654 " Subject Pieces," by and after Robinson (Parsons), los. 6d. 

PRINCE RUPERT. 

655 " The Magdalen," after M. Merian (Kennedy), ^37 16s. 

656 " The Standard Bearer," first sta;e (Colnaghi), ;£'2S2. 

657 "Head of a Young Man " (Maggs), jlTsi ids. 

658 " Head of an Executioner " (Colnaghi), j£ri8 18s. 

T. RYLEY. 

659 " Mademoiselle Auretti," after Amiconi, first state (Rimell), £2 5s. 

WILLIAM SADLER. 

660 " John Kemble in the ' Count Narbonne, ' " second state, only two 

known (Sabin), £5 15s. 6d. 

661 " Miss Mathew," after Peters, first itate (Sabin), ^^14 14s. 

WILLIAM SAY. 

662 " Dorothea," after Clarke (W. Sabin), j^'ig igs. 

663 " Lady Maynard," proof before letters (Vaughan), ^£'21. 

664 " Lady Mildmay, " after Hoppner, proof with open letters (Colnaghi), 

£i3(> los. 

665 " Miss Stephens," by Say, after Harlow, proof (Leggatt), £y 17s. 6d. 

P. SCHENCK. 

666 " Adrian Beverland and his Mistress " (Parsons), los. 6d. 

WILLIAM PETHER. 

667 "Christopher, Duke of Albemarle," not mentioned by J. C. Smith; 

probably unique (Harvey), £() 19s. 6d. 

668 " George, Duke of Albemarle," with title and artist's name on pedestal, 

not described in this state by J. C. Smith (Agnew), ;^54 12s. 

669 " Adrian Beverland," after Palinck (Parsons), los. 6d. 

670 " Catherine, Queen of Charles II.," half-length, in oval (Sabin), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

671 " Charles, Lord Gerard " (Harvey), ;^29 8s. 

672 " Henry, Duke of Norfolk," after Riley (Colnaghi), j£^ii iis. 

673 " George Weld, of Willey " (Charrington), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

S. SHURY. 

674 " Mrs. Sheridan and Mrs. Tickell," after Gainsborough, unfinished proof 

(Parsons), £:i 3s. 

LUDWIG VON SIEGEN. 

675 " Amelia Elizabeth, Landgravine of Hesse," first state (Colnaghi), 

;^iio ss. 

676 " The Holy Family," after A. Caracci, third staff* (Maggs), £6 i6s. 6d. 

JOHN SIMON. 

677 " Joseph Addison," after Kneller, first state (Brown and Phillips), 

;^5 15s- 6d. 

678 " Queen Anne," after the same, first state (Sabin), £8 i8s. 6d. 

679 " Elizabeth, Countess ot Bridgewnter," after Dahll, third state (Parsons). 

£2 2S. 



April 28, 1910. 261 

680 " John, Earl of Carbery," after Kneller, only state (Parsons), ids. 6d. 

681 " Queen Elizabeth," after Hilliard, first state (Sabin), £■] 7s. 

682 "Sir Peter King," after Dahll, first state (F. Daniell), £«, 4s. 

683 " Simon, Lord Lovat," after Le Clare, undescribed in this state by 

J. C. Smith (F. Daniell), ^9 19s. 6d. 

684 " George Keith, Earl Marishal," after Parrocel, undescribed proof 

before any letters (Harvey), ^12 12s. 

685 "John Milton," after R. White, first state (F. Daniell), £(y i6s. 6d. 

686 " Charles, Earl of Peterborough," after Kneller, first state (F. Daniell), 

£^ Ds. 

687 " Mathew Prior," after Richardson, first state (Brown and Phillips), 

£^ 17s. 6d. 

JOHN SMITH. 

688 " William, Marquis (A Annandale," after Kneller, first state, only five 

known (Colnaghi), ^^22 is. 

689 " John, Marquis of Blandford," after the same, second state (Parsons), 

.^^1 IS. 

6go " Sir John Bowyer," after Gibson, first state, title and artists' names 
in manuscript (Huggins), ;^5 ijS. 6d. 

691 " Gilbert Burnet," after Riley, first state, only three known (Sabin), 

692 " Mrs. Carter," after Kneller, first state (Vicars), £c^ 5s. 

693 " Lady Carteret," after Kersebccr, second state (Vicars), ^^5 5s. 

694 " Hon. Robert Cecil." after Kneller, first state (F. Daniell), £■] 7s. 
69s " Hon. William Cecil," after Wissing, undescribed proof before any 

letters, title and artists' names in manuscript (Brown and Phillips), 

£^ 2S. 

696 " John Chetwynd," after Medina, second state (Charrington), £t, 3s. 

697 " Mrs. Sarah Chicheley," after Kneller (Vicars), £^ 4s. 

6q8 " Mrs. Sarah Chicheley," undescribed proof before any letters (Grundy), 
£^(> i6s. 

699 " Henrietta and Anne Churchill," after the same, second state (Vaughan/, 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

700 " Henrietta and Anne Churchill," after the same, undescribed proof 

before any letters (Leggatt), £(> 6s. 

701 " Richjrd, Lord Clifford, and Lady Jane Boyle," after Kneller (Parsons), 

£2 2S. 

702 " Mrs. Elinor Copley," after the same, first state (Charrington), £\2. 123. 

703 " John Crauford of Kilbirny," after Medina, only state (Breun), 

£\i OS. 6d. 

704 " Sir John Crispe," after Hill, first state (Charrington), £-x, 3s. 

705 " Lady Elizabeth Cromwell," whole-length, after Kneller, undescribed 

proof before any letters (Leggatt), £^ 7s. 

706 " Madame D'Avenant," after the same, first state (Brown and Phillips;, 

£i, 14s. 6d. 

707 " Madame D'.'\venant," after the same, second state (Charrington), £1 2s. 

708 " Lady Mary Douglas," first state (Harvey), £\2 12s. 

709 " Prince Eugene," after Rickter, first state, the inscription in 

manuscript (Sabin), £\o los. 

710 " Charles, Lord Euston," after Kneller, first state (Parsons), £\ is. 

711 " John, Earl of Exeter," after the same, first state (Brown s.nd 

Phillips!, £1 2S. 



262 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

712 " George II., when Prince of Wales," after the same, first state 

(Parsons), £1 is. 

713 " Thomas Gill," after Murray (Rimell), £1 is. 

714 " Sir Henry Goodricke," after Hill, second state (Leggatt), £2 12s. 6d. 

715 " Mary, Lady Goodricke," after the same (Parsons), los. 6d. 

716 "AbraTiam Hondius," after himself, first state (Coke), j^'i 15s. 

717 " Lady Howard," whole-length, after Kneller (Vicars), £2 2s. 

718 " Mrs. Arabella Hunt," after the same, first state (Batley), ^2 iS. 

719 " Ladies Henrietta and Mary Hyde," after Wissing, first state (Parker), 

£3 3S. 

720 " James II., when Duke of York," after Kneller, only state (Harvey), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

721 " James II., when King," after the same, second state (Brown and 

(Phillips), £^ 4S. 

722 " James II., when King," after Largillifere, second state (Tollemache), 

£6 6s. 

723 " Elizabeth, Countess of Kildare," after Wissing, second state (Harvey), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

724 " Sir Godfrey Kneller," after himself, first state (Charrington), ^^5 15s. 

725 " Anne Kynnesman," after Kneller, third state (Rimell), los. 6d. 

726 " Madame Loftus," after Kneller, third state (Rimell), los. 6d. 

727 "John, Earl of Mar," after Kneller, third state (Parsons), ^^4 4s. 

728 " Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough," after the same, first state (Brown 

and Phillips), ;£'ii iis. 

729 " Mary Beatrix, Queen of James II.," after Largilliire, first state 

(Rimell), £1 IS. 

730 " Mary Beatrix, Queen of James II.," after Kneller, first state (Rimell), 

£3 3s. 

731 " Queen Mary II.," after Vandervaart, second state (Rimell), £^ 4s. 

732 " Madame Dorothy Mason," after Wissing, first state (Mason), £2 12s. 6d. 

733 "Anne, Duchess of Monmouth, and sons," after Kneller, third state 

(Archdeacon of Oakham), £2 3s. 



April 29, 1910. 263 



April 29, 1910 (Fifth Day's Sale). 

JOHN SMITH (Continued). 

734 " I.ady Essex Mostyn," after the same, first state (Tollemache), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

735 "Thomas Murray," after himself, only state (F. Daniell), £^ 4s. 

736 " Sir Isaac Newton," after Kneller, second state (F. Daniell), ^£'4 4s. 

737 " Mary, Duchess of Ormond," whole-length, after Kneller, second state 

(Maggs), £2 2S. 

738 " Alexander Pope," after the same, second state (Agnew), £6 6s. 

739 " Robert, Earl of Roxburgh, after Pattin (Charrington), £1 is. 

740 " Mrs. Ann Roydhouse," after Medina, second state (Maggs), £1 lis. 6d. 

741 " Catherine, Countess of Rutland," after Kneller, undescribed proof 

before any inscription, and with curtain instead of landscape in 
background (Charrington), £2 12s. 6d. 

742 " Mrs. Sally Salisbury," after the same, half-length in oval, only two 

impressions known (Charrington), los. 6d. 

743 " Frederick, Duke of Schomberg," after the same, second state (Maggs), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

744 " James, Earl of Seafield," after the same, third state (Gooden and 

Fox), ;,^is 15s. 

745 "Sir Cloudesley Shovel," after De Ryck, first state (Davis), £g igs. 6d. 

746 " Madame Jane Skeffington," after Wissing, first state (ToUemache), 

£3 3-^- 

747 " John Smith," after Kneller, first state (Charrington), ^13 13s. 

748 " Charles, Duke of Somerset," after Vandervaart, first state (.■\gnew), 

£711 IIS. 

749 " Richard Steele," after Richardson, second state (Brown and Phillips), 

-£■4 4S- 

750 " Ann, Lady Torrington," after Kneller, second state (Charrington), 

£S 5^- 

751 "Mrs. Voss and child," after the same, first state (Pelham), ^^5 5s. 

752 " Mrs. Anne Warner," after Largilli^re, second state (Vaughan), 

£^ ^^■ 

753 " Hon. Ann W.itson," after D'.\gar, second state, only three known 

(Grundy), £1 is. 

754 " Wilhelmina Charlotte (afterwards Queen Caroline)," after Kneller, 

first !.tate (Lejji^'att), £1 is. 

755 " Catherine Wilkinson," after Hill, only state (J.Tmes), ^4 4s. 

756 " William III.," after Kneller, altered from the second plate of the 

Duke of Schomberg, proof before any inscription (.Maggs), £2 25. 

757 "William Wissing," after himself, first state (Charrington), £6 6s. 

758 " William Wycherley," after Lely, second state (F. Daniell), £q 9s. 

JOHN RAPHAEL SMITH. 

759 " Lady Beaumont," after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state (F. Daniell). 

£73 I Ob. 

760 " The Hon. Mrs. Bouverie," after Hoppner (Beale), £ig i8s. 



264 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

761 " Miss Anne Brown," after Peters, undescribed proof before any inscrip- 

tion (Colnaghi), .£731 10s. 

762 "Mrs. Carwardine and cliild," after Romney, first state (Colnaghi), 

j£.-273- 

763 " Mademoiselle Clermont," by and after J. R. Smith, first state 

(Leggatt), £;i3 13s. 

764 " Miss Coghlan," with dark mantle and hood, after Gainsborough, third 

state (Gutekunst), .£3 13.S. 6d. 

765 " Miss Coghlan," with light bodice, proof with etched letters (Leggatt), 

£;S iss. 6d. 

766 " Master Crewe as Henry VIII.," after Reynolds, second state (Leggatt), 

767 " Mrs. Cumberland," after Romney, second state (Colnaghi), ;£i68. 

768 " John Philpot Curran," after Lawrence, first state (Ellis and Smith), 

£.■173 5s- 

769 " Lord Eldon," after the same, engraver's proof (Gooden and Fox), 

770 " Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick," after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi), 

£:37 '6s. 

771 " Mrs. Fitzwilliam," by and after J. R. Smith, first state (Leggatt), 

;£"3i I OS. 

772 " John and Henry Gawler," after Reynolds, first state (Ellis and Smith), 

£7=4 12s. 

773 " The Gower Family," after Romney, third state (Leggatt), ^99 15s. 

774 " Lady Hamilton as ' Nature '," after the same, first state (Colnaghi), 

;i£r24i los. 

775 " Sir Harbord Harbord," after Gainsborough, first state (Leggatt), 

sCis 13s- 

776 " Hon. Francis Ingram," after Reynolds, first state; and a reproduction 

of same (Colnaghi), ^44 2s. 

777 " Anthony Malone," after the same, first state (F. Daniell), jCiS i8s. 
728 " Lady Caroline Montagu," after the same, first state (Agnew), 

£20^ 15s. 

779 " Mrs. Montagu," after the same, first state (Leggatt), ^£'33 12s. 

780 " Miss Montague," by and after J. R. Smith, first state (W. Sabin), 

£34 13s- 

781 " Mrs. Mordaunt," after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi), ^£^37 i6s. 

782 " Mrs. Morris," after the same, first state (Grundy), ^27 6s. 

783 "John, Lord Mount Stuart," after Liotard (A. Davis), ^Tii lis. 

784 " Hon. Mrs. North," after Romney, second state (W. Sabin), ;£799 iss. 

785 " Hon. Mrs. O'Neill," after Peters, first state (Ellis and Smith), £2^^. 

786 " Miss Theophila Palmer," after Reynolds, second state (Pollard), 

£215 ss- 

787 " Mademoiselle Parisot," after Dcvis, first state (W. Sabin), £^2 los. 

788 " Mrs. Payne Gahvay and son," after Reynolds, first state (Ellis and 

(Smith), £567- 

789 " Lady Catherine Powlet," after the same, first state (Maggs), £^36 15s. 

790 "Mrs. Robinson," after Romney, first state (Sabin), £^420. 

791 " Madame Schindlerin," after Reynolds, first state (F. Daniell), £2() 8s. 

792 " Mrs. Siddons in the character of ' Zara '," after Lawrence, first state 

(Breun), .£24 3s. 

793 " Mrs. Smith," half-length, in oval frame, by and after J. R. Smith, 

undescribed proof before any lettfrs, only two impressions were taken 
Irom (his plate (Gulel<unst), ^£76 6s. 



April 2g, 1910. 265 

794 " Mrs. Smith and daughter," by and after J. R. Smith, undescribed 

proof before any letters (Sabin), ;£r78 15s. 

795 " Miss Smith,' by and after J. R. Smith, first state (Leggatt), £12 12s. 

796 "Mrs. Stables and daughters," after Romney, early impression, cut 

close (Davis), ;£^i62 15.S. 

797 " Hon. Mrs. Stanhope," after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi), £g^ los. 

798 " Lady Stormont, " after Romney, cut close (W. Sabin), jQ^d 14s. 
709 " Colonel Tarleton," .'ifter Reynolds, first state (Huggins), ^^194 5s. 

800 " The Walton Family (The Fruit Barrow)," after Walton, proof with 

etched title (Colnaghi), ^I'ii) los. 

801 " Henrietta, Countess of Warwick," after Romney, first state (W. Snbini, 

^50 8s. 

802 " Sophia Western," after Hoppnor, proof with etched letters (Sabin), 

803 " Edwin," after Joseph Wright, proof with etched letters (Tollemache), 

^16 i6s. 

804 " Girl with a muff," after Reynolds, second state (Colnaghi), £\2 12s. 

805 " Sylvia," after Peters, proof with etched letters (Colnaghi), .£231. 

WILLIAM SMITH. 

806 " John Gay" after Zincke, first state (Kennedy), £.16 i5s. 

JONATH.\N SPILSBURY. 

807 " Elizabeth, Countess of Ancrum," after Reynolds, before any letters, 

and before the plate was cleaned (Vokins), £121 13^- 
S08 "Elizabeth, Countess of Ancrum," after Reynolds, third state (Parsons), 

£"3 3S- 

809 " Richard Baxter," second state (Agnew), ^10 los. 

810 " Miss Jacobs," after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi), jQzia. 

811 " Lady Mary Leslie." after the same, first state (Dancocks), £$2 los. 
S12 " Mrs. Richards," after Gainsborough, first .state, the only one knov.n 

(Grundy), £26 5s. 

813 " John Wesley," after Romney (Parsons), £^ 55. 

814 " .\ Dutch Lady," after Rembrandt, undescribed proof before any letters 

(Charringtoni, £<) gs. 

CHARLES SPOON ER. 

815 " John, Earl of Loudoun," after Ramsay, only state (Gooden and Fox), 

£iy 17s. 

SAMUEL TAYLOR 

816 "Charles the First," £1 is. 

PEARCE TEMPEST. 
S17 " Eleanor Gwyn," only two impressions known (Maggs), ;^5 5s. 
818 " James the Second," the only impression known (Home), j^io los. 
Sig " Prince Rupert," not described by J. C. Smith (F. Daniell), £^ 5s. 

820 " Diana," small whole-length (F. Daniell), £7 2s. 

JOHN THOMAS, OF YPRES. 

821 " Head of a Warrior," \ (Maggs), 

822 " S. Cnrolus Boromeus ) £<^ igs. 6d. 

823 " Portrait of Titian " (Kennedy), ;^46 4s. 

824 " Maid at a Window " (Colnaghi\ £2^ 6s. 



266 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

JANE THOMPSON. 

825 " Miss Thompson," after J. R. Smith, second stale (Vaughan), j£^6 6s. 

JOHN TINNEY. 

826 " Noon," after Boucher (Maggs), £1 is. 

827 " Afternoon (Mdlle. Sall^)," after Fenouil (Maggs), £1 is. 

RICHARD TOMPSON. 

828 " Sir William Berkeley," after Leiy (Breun), £4 14s. 6d. 

829 " Frederick, Markgrave of Brandenburg," first state (Agnew), 

£5 15s- 6d. 

830 " George I., when Prince of Hanover," after Kneller, second stats 

(Agnew), £^ 4s. 

831 " Madame Graham," after Lely n 

832 "Kell Gwyn and her two sons," after Lely, first state I (^^bin), 

the only one known ) ■*-''^5 °^- 

833 " Sir Thomas Jones," after Claret, first state (Maggs), £6 6s. 

834 " Madame Jane Long," after Lely, first state (Mrs. Hill), £4 14s. fid 

835 " Madame Jane Long," second state (Maggs), los. fid. 

836 " Lady Anne Montagu," after Lely, second state (Breun), £1 is. 

837 " Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth," after the same (Maggs), £2 12s. fid 

838 " Sir Richard Rainsford," after Claret, first state (Maggs), £1 is. 

839 " Prince Rupert," after Lely, second state (Masters), £i^ 14s. 6d. 

CHARLES TOVVNLEY. 

840 " Samuel Johnson," after Opie, third state (Pollard), £6 6s. 

841 " Mrs. Morant," after Reynolds, first state (Leggatt), £S i8s. fid. 

842 "Daniel Webb," after Abbott, first state (Agnew), £2 2S. 

CHARLES TflRNER. 

843 " The Age of Innocence," after Reynolds, first state (Agnew), j^io los 

844 " Viscount Castlereagh," after Lawrence, proof before any letters, 

" 3rd prf. C.T.," (Agnew), ;^33 12s. 

845 " Countess Cholmondeley and son," after Hoppner (Kennedy), £S'i^- 

846 " Madame D'Arblay," after Burney, first state (Agnew), ;^2i. 

847 " Edward, Lord EUenborough," after Lawrence, second state (Vaughan), 

£22 IS. 

848 " Hon. Margaret Elphinstone," after Sanders, proof before any letter* 

(Leggatt), ^1:46 4s. 

849 " Emily (Miss St. Clair)," after Owen (Agnew), £y ys. 

850 " Lord Erskine," after Lawrence, first state (Agnew), j^ig 19s. 

851 " Sarah, Countess of Essex," after Fagan, first state (Dancocks), 

852 "John Hoppner," after himself, first state (Agnew), £2^ 4s. 

853 " Lady Louisa Manners," after Hoppner, first state (Agnew), ;£^2io. 

854 " Henry, Viscount Melville," after Lawrence, third state (Agnew), 

£2 I2S. fid. 

855 " Lord Nelson," after Hoppner, proof before any letters (Agnew), 

£190 'OS. 

856 " Rembrandt," after hinisolf, proof before any letters (Colnaghi), 

£,'S2 I OS. 



April 29, 1910. 267 

857 " Sir Walter Scott," after Raeburn, undescribed state \Tith the worJ 

" Proof " (Colnaghi), ;6i5? 5*- 

858 " Lord Stowell," after Phillips, proof before any letters (Agnewl, 

yji5 4S. 6d. 

859 " Mrs. Stratton," after Lawrence, proof before any letters (Kennedy), 

;^5,8 i6s. 

860 " Lord Thurlow," after Phillips, first state (Agnew), £n 14s. 

861 "Lady \\'igram," after Lawrence, proof before any letters (Agnew 1, 

;^I2 I2S. 

862 " A Shipwreck," after J. M. W. Turner, second state (Leggatt), 

£i\ IS. 6d. 

WALLERANT VAfLLANT. 

863 " His Own Portrait," in a loose gown, second state (F. Daniell), 

£2 2S. 

864 "His own Portrait," with the hat (Parsons), £\ iis. 6d. 

865 " The Wife of the Artist," bust in an oval ) (Obach), 

866 " The Family of the Artist," group of four persons [ £s S^- 

867 " Prince Rupert as Standard Bearer " (Obach), £2 2=. 

86S " Prince Rupert, leaning on a table " (Colnaghi), £.1-, 15s. 
86g " Bust of a Warrior " (Charrington), £z 2s. 

GERARD VALCK. 

870 " Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland," after Lely, first state (Parsons). 

£^ 2S. 

871 " The Coke Family," after Huysmans (Rimell), ^i is. 

872 " Madam Davis," after Lely, first state (Rimell), £1 is. 

873 " Mary, Princess of Orange," after the same, first state (Rimell), 

874 " William, Prince of Orange," first stale £2 2. 

PETER VAN BLEEK. 
87s " Eleanor Gwynn," after Lely (Pollard), ;£'33 12s. 

876 " Richard Van Bleek," after himself, first state (Maggs), £2 2S. 

877 " Master and Miss." after the same, first state (Grundy), £.^ 14s. 6d 

J. VANDER BRUGGEN. 

878 " Sir Anthony Vandyck," after himself (F. Daniell), £:^ 3=;. 

879 " The Duchess of Richmond," alter the same (Charrington), £'i 13s. 6d. 

JOHN VAN'DERVAART. 

880 " Charles the Second," after Wissing, first state (Charrington), 

£23 45- 
8Si " Robert Fielding," after Lely. first state (Ch.irrington), £;i 13s. 6d. 

ALEX. VAX HAECKEN. 

8S2 " Mrs. Clive," after J. Van Haecken, first state (Sabin), £y 17s. 6d. 

J. VAN SOMER. 

863 " Marie Therese, Oueen of France " (Rimell), £1 is. 

884 " Lady at her toilet receiving a letter " (Tollemacbe), £:i 13s. 6d. 

P. VAN SOMER. 

S85 " Robert Fielding," without inscription (Charrington), £}, 13s. 6d. 



268 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

886 " Robert Fielding," printed in sepia (Maggs), los. 6d. 

887 " Portrait of a Gentleman," altered from the foregoing ) 

plate HlColnaghi), 

888 " Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth," after Lely, first state ^'-^ '^^' 

JOHN VERKOLJE. 

S89 " James the Second, when Duke of York," after Kneller, first state 
(Rimell), £2 12s. 6d. 

890 " William the Third," proof before all letters (Parsons), £,\ is. 

GEORGE VERTUE. 

891 " William, Prince of Orange," after Vandyck, second state (Charrington), 

£i. ss. 

W. VINCENT. 
8q2 " Mrs. Bracegirdie as the ' Indian Queen '," whole-length; " Mrs, 
Bracegirdle as the ' Indian Queen' ," half-length (Maggs), £7. los. 

893 " The Coke Family," after Huysman, first state (Breun), los. 6d. 

JAMES WALKER. 

894 " Mrs. Musters," after Romney, second state (Sabin), j^iio ss. 

89s " John Walter Tempest," after the same, first state (Huggins), £n 15s. 

896 " Miss Frances Woodley," after the same, first state (Colnaghi), ;^:-io. 

897 " Faith," after Gardner, first state (Pelham), £\\ us. 



April 30j igio. 269 



April 30, 1910. (Sixth Day's Sale.) 

JAMES WARD. 
898 " Lord Ashburton, Lord Shelburne, and Colonel Barr^, " after Reynold?, 

proof before any letters, framed (Leggatt), ;^6o i8s. 
Sgg " Sir Francis and Charles Baring and Mr. Wall," after Lawrence, 

proof before any letters, framed (Leggatt), ;£r53 iis. 

900 " Mrs. Hibbert," after Hoppner, second state (Breun), j^r6 16s. 

901 "James Ward," painted and engraved by himself, proof before any 

letters (Leggatt), ^1:29 8s. 
go2 " Joseph Wright," after himself, second state (Ellis and Smith;, 

WILLL'VM WARD. 

903 " Mrs. Benwell," after Hoppner, early impression, but inscription space 

cut away (Leggatt), £^y 5s. 

904 " Juvenile Amusement (Miss Bowles)," after Reynolds, second state 

(Leggatt), £^1 los. 

905 " Mrs. Braddyll," after Braddyll, first state (Parsons), £2 2S. 

906 " Brook Bridges, Esq.," only state (Colnaghi), 15s. 

907 " Lady Brownrigg," after Lawrence, proof before title (Leggatt), £3 3s. 
90S " Henry Callender, " after .\bbott, early touched proof, cut close 

(Pollard). ^42. 

909 " Phoebe Hoppner (The Salad Girl)," after Hoppner, first state (Sabin). 

£210. 

910 " Georgiana, Lady Leicester," after Owen, proof before all letters 

(Leggatt), v_'8i i8s. 

911 " Elizabeth, Countess of Mexborough," after Hoppner, proof with 

etched letters (Ellis and .Smith), £2,(17 los. 

912 " Children of Francis H. Sitwell," after Copley, inscription space cut 

away (Pollard), ;£;"23 ?s. 

913 " The Sleeping Nymph," after Hoppner, proof before all letters, the 

inscription in Ward's handwriting (Leggatt), £;iy i6s. 

JAMES WATSON. 

914 " Mrs. Abington," after Reynolds, cut close (Sabin), .^^65 2S. 

915 " Mrs. Bouverie and son," after the same, first state (Leggatt), 

£g4 I OS. 

916 " Frances, Lady Bridges," after Cotes, first state (.\gnew), £22 iis. 

917 " Edmund Burke," after Reynolds, first state (Agnew), j^Tiis los. 

918 " Countess of Carlisle," after the same, second state (Agnew), ;^99 15s. 

919 " Caroline Matilda, Queen of Denmark," after Cotes, the small plate, 

first state (Rimell), £y 7s. 

920 " Lady .Mmeria Carpenter," after Reynolds, first state (Agnew), £23 12s. 

921 " Jemima, Countess CornwalHs," after the same, first state (Agnew), 

£2^ 3S. 

922 " Miss CunclilTe," after Cotes, the larger plate, before all letters and 

before the inscription space was cleared ; the only impression known 
(Agnew), .:6'25 4s. 



270 ART PRICP:S CURRENT. 

923 " Miss Charlotte Fish," after Reynolds, first state (Agnew), ;£i8 i8s. 

g24 " Miss Fordyce, " after the same, first state (Colnaghi), ^22 is. 

925 " Miss Greenway," after the same, first state (Colnaghi), ^^50 8s. 

926 " Richard, Lord Howe," after Gainsborough, first state (Ellis and 

(Smith), ^£32 IIS. 

927 " Mrs. Irwin," after Reynolds, first state (Leggatt), j£7i6 i5s. 
92S " Samuel Johnson," after the same, first state (Breun), £ji lis. 

929 " Miss Jones, after Read, first state (.Agnew), ^9 9s. 

930 " Mrs. Lascelles and child," after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi), ;^2i. 

931 " Lady Susan O'Brien," after Cotes, proof with artists' names and 

publication line in etched letters (Maggs), ^£'19 igs. 

932 "James Paine and son," after Reynolds, first state (Grundy), ;£2i. 

933 "Earl and Countess of Pembroke and son," after the same, first state 

(Parker), £y 7s. 

934 " Madame de Pompadour," after Boucher, undescribed proof with artist's 

names only (Parsons), j^io los. 

935 "Madame de Pompadour," lettered impression; another, in reverse, by 

an unknown engraver (Rimell), ^i is. 

936 " Miss Price," after Reynolds, first state (Leggatt), ^22 is. 

937 " Lady Beauchamp Proctor," after Benjamin West, first state (Leggatt), 

938 "Lady Scarsdale and son," after Reynolds, first state (Grundy), £2 2s. 

939 " Lady Stanhope," after the same, first state (Colnaghi), ^^37 16s. 

940 "Maria, Countess of Suffolk," nfter Read, proof before all letters, with 

uncleared inscription space (Ellis and Smith), ;^42. 

941 " George Whitfield," after Russell, second state (Colnaghi), £8 i8s. 6d. 

THOM.AS W.\TSON. 

942 "The Beauties of Windsor," after Sir P. Lely: — Barbara, Duchess of 

Cleveland ; Elizabeth, Countess of Northumberland ; .'Amelia, Countess 
of Ossory; Frances, Duchess of Richmond; Henrietta, Countess of 
Rochester; Frances, Lady Whitmore; first states (Colnaghi), ;£^i4i 15s. 

943 " Madame du Barry," after Drouais, first state (Colnaghi), ;^22 is. 

944 " David Garrick," after Reynolds, second state (Agnew), 2^13 2s. 6d. 
9^(5 " Lady Gideon," after the same, second state (Leggatt), j£y 17s. 6d. 

946 " Warren Hastings," after the same (Agnew), ^^178 10s. 

947 " Frances, Counless of Jersey," after Gardner, undescribed proof 

before the title (Kennedy), ;^i8 i8s. 

948 "Lady Melbourne and son," after Reynolds, first state (Colnaghi!, 

£^S 6s. 

949 "Lady Rushout and children," after Gardner, first state (Agnew), 

£320 ss. 

950 " Princess Sophia Matilda," after Reynolds, proof before separate plate 

(Leggatt), £23 2S. 

951 " Circe," after Gardner, undescribed proof with artists' names and 

publication line only, in etched letters (Sabin), ;^I4 14s. 

952 "Thais" and "Sigismunda," after Wheatley, a pair (Colnaghi), £g gs. 

GEORGE WHITE. 

953 " Henry, Viscount Bolingbroke," after Murray, undescribed first state 

before alteration of inscription and before painter's name (Sabin 1, 
£7 17s. 6d. 

954 " Barton Booth," second state (Charrington), £^ 46. 



April 30, 1910. 271 

955 " Baptiste Monnoyer," after Kneller, proof before all letters, not quite 

finished (Grundy), J^2 2s. 

956 " Baptiste Monnoyer,"' after Kneller, first state (Charrington), ^4 14s. 6d. 

ROBERT WHITE. 

957 " James, Duke of Ormonde," after Kneller (Charrington), ^£'5 15s. 6d. 

R. WILLIAMS. 

95S " Princess .\nn," after Wissing, second state (Grundy), ^i is. 

959 " John, Duke of .\rgyll," after Closterman, first state, only two known, 

title in manuscript (Harvey), ^.g igs. 6d. 
qbo " John Bannister," after Murray, first state (F. Daniell), ^7 17s. 6d. 

961 " John, Lord Cutts," after Wissing (.\gne\v), ;^2i. 

962 " Sir Edmund King," after Lely, first state (Charrington), ^5 5s. 

963 " Sir Edward Littleton," after Van Dyck, first state (Maggs), £6 6s. 

964 " Mary, Princess of Orange," after Wissing, first state (Grundy), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

JOHN YOUNG. 

965 " Mrs. Bunbury," filter Hoppner, first state (.\gne\v), ;^68 5s. 

966 " George Canning," after the same, first state (Colnaghi), ;^2i. 

967 " The Setting Sun (Godsall Children)," after the same, first state 

(Agnew), ^£651. 

968 " Richard, Marquis Wellesley," after the same, proof with uncleared 

margin (Charrington), j£.i& 18s. 

CONSTABLE'S ENGLISH LANDSCAPE. 
By DAVID LUCAS. 

(Many signed by the Engraver. 1 

969 " East Bergholt, Suffolk " (No. i), engraver's proof, in two status 

(withdrawn). 

970 Ditto, engraver's proof, touched, with sketches on the margins; and 

another, worked upon with the knife (withdrawn). 
97: Ditto, engraver's proof, additional birds drawn in and title in pencil; 
and another, inscription in open letters (withdrawn). 

972 Ditto, lettered impressions, in three states (withdrawn). 

973 " Spring " (No. 2I, engraver's proof before steeple; another, with 

the steeple, and with the cottage lightened (withdrawn). 

974 Ditto, engraver's proof, with the birds; another, with additional birds 

(withdrawn). 

975 Ditto, engraver's proof, with more birds behind the plough, touched; 

and a finished proof (withdrawn). 

976 " .Autumnal Sunset " (No. 3), engraver's proofs, before the tree on 

the left (withdrawn). 

977 Ditto, engraver's proof, with the tree and additional work; and 

another, with birds sketched on the margin (withdrawn). 
97$ Ditto, proof before all letters, with the birds ; and another, second 
published state (withdrawn). 

979 " Noon, W^est End Fields " (No. 4>, engraver's proofs, Nos. i and 2 

taken by Constable himself (withdrawn). 

980 Ditto, proof, with the two sheep in the foreground (withdrawn) 

981 Ditto, finished proof, the two sheep taken out (withdrawn). 



272 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

982 " River Stour, Suffolk " (No. 5), early trial proofs (withdrawn). 

983 Ditto, engraver's proofs, before the extra figures in the foreground; 

and another, with the figures (withdrawn). 

984 Ditto, engraver's proof, before the birds; and another, with the birds 

(withdrawn). 

985 " Summer Morning " (No. 6), engraver's proof, with a man and one 

cow in the foreground ; and another, with the milkmaid and two cows 
(withdrawn). 

986 Ditto, engraver's proof, with the middle distance darker; and another, 

with a cow added (withdrawn). 

987 Ditto, finished proofs (withdrawn). 

gSS " Summer Evening " (No. 7), engraver's proof, before the figures on 
the right; and another, with the figures (withdrawn). 

989 Ditto, engraver's proof, before the pole on the man's shoulders; and 

another, with the pole (withdrawn). 

990 Ditto, finished proof, the figures taken out (withdrawn). 

ggi " A Heath " (No. 8), engraver's proof, before the sky; and another, 
with the sky (withdrawn). 

992 Ditto, engraver's proof, before the dog; and another, with the dog, 

and birds in the sky (withdrawn). 

993 Ditto, first published state (withdrawn). 

994 " A Dell, Helmingham Park " (No. 9), engraver's proof, early state; 

and another, before the cow and the stag (withdrawn). 

995 Ditto, engraver's proof, the cow feeding; and a finished proof, cut close 

(withdrawn). 
gg6 Ditto, finished proof (withdrawn). 

997 " Yarmouth, Norfolk " (No. to), proofs, without the two figures in the 

foreground (withdrawn). 

998 Ditto, proof, with the figures (withdrawn). 

999 " A Sea Beach " (No. 11), engraver's proof; and another, with the sail 

in the distance (withdrawn). 
1000 Ditto, engraver's proofs, before the streaks in the square sails 

(withdrawn). 
looi Ditto, proof before the stones in the foreground, and another, isilh 

the stones (withdrawn). 
T002 "A Mill Stream" (No. 12), engraver's proof; and another, before 

the birds (withdrawn). 

1003 Ditto, finished proof (withdrawn). 

1004 "A Lock on the Stour" (No. 13), engraver's proof, before tfie sky; 

and another, with the sky (withdrawn). 

1005 Ditto, finisher proof, with the birds (withdrawn). 

1006 " Old Sarum " (No. 14), engraver's proof, with uncleaned margins; 

and two others (withdrawn). 

1007 Ditto, engraver's proof with etched title; and another, with etched 

title and artist's name on subject (withdrawn). 

1008 Ditto, first published state, touched (withdrawn). 

looq "A -Summerland " (No. 15), engraver's proof, the sky light; and 

another, the sky darker (withdrawn). 
loio Ditto, engraver's proof, before the lights on the right; proof before 

all letters, touched (withdrawn), 
loii " .Stoke by Neyland " (No. 16), engraver's proof, before the nave of 

the church; another, before the rainbow and the birds; and another, 

with rainbow and birds, touched (withdrawn). 



April 30, 1910. 273 

1012 Ditto, proof before nil letters; and another, touclied, and v.ith sketch 

by Constable on marijin (withdrawn). 

1013 " A Mill " (No. 17), early enf^raser's proofs (withdrawn*. 

1014 Ditto, engraver's proof, before the tower; and another, drav.n upon, 

with the tower and fisherman, cut close (withdrawn). 

1015 Ditto, second published state, touched (withdrawn). 

ioi6 " Weymouth Bay " (No. 18), engraver's proofs (withdrawn). 

1017 Ditto, engraver's proof; finished proof, with the birds, the stump in 

the water, and the rain streaks (withdrawn). 
loiS " .Sumrner Afternoon " (No. 19), engraver's proof, before the horse on 

the left and the cattle on the slope; another, with only three cows; 

and another, with the shepherd and the smoke from cottage, touched 

(withdrawn). 
lOiQ Ditto, finished proof; and another, with lines in pencil on margin 

(withdrnun). 

1020 "The Glebe l'"arm " (No. 20!, engraver's proof before the monogram; 

and another, with the monogram (withdrawn). 

1021 Ditto, proof with the figure on the bridge and before the margin 

was cleaned; and another, touched impression (withdrawn). 

1022 " H.idleigh Castle, near the Xore " (No. 21), engraver's proof, the 

sky not worked out; and another, the sky more defined (withdrawn). 
I02J Ditio, engraver's proof, before the birds; and another, touched, and 
the birds drawn in (withdrawn). 

1024 Ditto, first published state (withdrawn). 

1025 " Hampstead Heath, ' The Vignette ' " (No. 22), engraver's proofs, 

before the mattock ovoj- the man's shoulder, and before the donkeys 
(withdrawn). 

1026 Ditto, proof before the rainbow and before the dome of .St. Paul's; 

the donkey added, artists' names in etched letters (withdrawn). 

1027 f)itto, proof with the rainbow and two donkeys, inscription in open 

letters; and another, with the dome and inscription strengthened 
(withdrawn). 

1028 " Porch of the Churcli at Kast Bergholt " (No. 23), engraver's prooi, 

before the sky and the birds; and another, with the sky and birds; 
■Tnd another (withdrawn). 

1029 Ditto, touched proof before border line; another, with border line; 

and another, finished proof, the sky lightened twithdrawn). 

1030 " Gillingham Miil, Dorsetshire " (No. 24), proofs, one touched in blue 

chalk (withdrawn). 

1031 I^itto, two proofs, one slightly touched; and another, first publishe<l 

stare (wilh<lrawn). 
lojj " .Sir Richard Steele's Cottage " (.No. 2.^), proof with burr in the' 
sky; and another, with more burr and etched lines in the sky 
(withdrawn). 

1033 Ditto, proof wilh bordiT line; and another, touched impression 

(withdrawn). 

1034 " Jacques and the wounded Stag " (No. 26), engraver's proofs with 

uncleaned margins (withdrawn). 

1035 Ditto, two engraver's proofs, with uncleaned margins; and two ofliers 

with (he border line (withdrawn). 

1036 Ditto, proofs before all letters, one touched (withdrawn). 

1037 " Cornfields near Brighton " (No. 27), the etching (withdrawn). 



274 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

1038 Ditto, engraver's proof, sky touched in in sepia; another, sky in 

mezzotint; and others, with uncleuncd marj^ins (withdrawn). 

1039 Ditto, proof, touched in blue chalk; another, with lines in sky 

stronger; and a proof before letters, sky touched (withdrawn). 

1040 Ditto, proof before all letters; and a first published state (withdrawn) 
)04i " Stonehenge " (No. 28), two proofs before border line; and another, 

with border Hne, touched (withdrawn). 

1042 Ditto, two proofs before all letters, touched; and another, with drawing 

of moon on margin (withdrawn). 

1043 " Willy Lott's House " (No. 29), engraver's proofs, with uncleaned 

margins (withdrawn). 

1044 Ditto, engraver's proof; another, horse's head, touciied; and two 

proofs before all letters (withdrawn). 
:104s " .\ Cottage in a Cornfield " (No. 3»), engraver's proofs, with notes 

by the engraver (withdrawn). 
1046 Ditto, a similar lot (witlidrawn). 
J047 Ditto, proof, with single line round plate; and another, with double 

line, touched (withdrawn). 
J048 Ditto, proofs with the double line, one touched in blue chalk withdrawn). 
J049 " Hampstead Heath, Harrow in (he Distance " (No. 31), the etcliing 

(2 1; an engraver's proof, before cart or cow; and another, before 

white cow (withdrawn). 

1050 Ditto, proof with uncleaned margins; another, the cart touched out; 

:i»d another, with the birds, cut close (withdrawn). 

1051 Ditto, proof before border lines; and another, with the lines (withdrawn). 

1052 " Flatford Mill " (No. 32), engraver's proofs in different states 

(withdrawn). 

1053 Ditto, engraver's proofs, with uncleaned margins (withdrawn). 

«0S4 Ditto, proof before letters; and another, first published slnt^ 

(withdrawn). 
105s "Castle Acre Priory" (No. 33), engraver's proof before the ruin; and 

another, before the plate was lengthened (withdrawn). 

1056 Ditto, engraver's proofs before the ruin, one touched (withdrawn). 

1057 Ditto, engraver's proof, with the ruin, touched; and another, the 

plate lengthened, touched (withdrawn'). 

1058 Ditto, engrnver's proof, with (he birds, touched; and another, llie 

birds removed (withdrawn). 

1059 Ditto, proof, with the border line; and anotlicr, with the rain .streaks 

(withdrawn). 

1060 Ditto, finished proofs, one touched (withdrawn). 

J061 " View on the Orwell, near Ipswich " (No. 34), engraver's proof; 

proof before work on the foreground to left (withdrawn). 
J062 Ditto, proof before border line and before rope to boat on the right; 

and another, with the border line and rope (withdrawn). 

1063 Dido, proof before artists' names; and another, with the names 

(withdrawn). 

1064 " A Winilinill near Colchester *' (No. 35), engraver's proofs in various 

slates (withdrawn). 
J065 Ditto, engraver's proofs in various states (withdrawn). 
)o66 Ditto, engraver's proofs, Nos. 19, 18, and 15 (withdrawn). 
1067 Ditto, finished proof; and a proof, touched by C. R. Leslie, R.A 

(withdrawn). 



April 30, 1910. 275 

1068 Ditto, proof touched by Leslie; another, touched by the same 

(withdrawn). 
io6<) Ditto, finished proofs with the border lines (withdrawn). 
(07e " Arundel Mill and C;istlc " (No. 36), early trial proofs in various states 

(withdrawn). 
to7c Ditto, enj^raver's proof, before the birds and pigeons; another, with 

the pigeons; and another, same state (withdrawn). 
to72 Ditto, proof touched by Leslie, birds over the mill in pencil ; another, 

with pigeons; and another, with uncleaned margins (withdrawn). 

1073 Ditto, counter proof; ;i proof, the pigeons hardly visible; and another 

(withdrawn) 

1074 Ditto, proof with border line~; and another, printed on satin 

(withdrawn). 

1075 " A Mill near Brighton " (No. 37I, proofs (withdrawn). 

1076 Ditto, proofs, one touched (withdrawn). 

1077 Ditto, linished proof, with lines on mill sail (withdrawn). 

i»78 " A View on the Kivr -Stour " (No. 38), proofs in various states 

(withdrawn). 
1070 Ditto, proofs with liojder lines; and another, before the lines 

(withdrawn). 
io«o " Hampstead Heath, with B.jthers " (No. 39), the etching, in various 

states (withdrawn). 
■ •8i Ditto, engraver's proof in various states (withdrawn). 
1083 Ditto, proofs before border line, one touched (withdrawn). 

1083 Ditto, proof before all letters, with border line (withdrawn). 

1084 " .Salisbury " (No. 40), two engraver's proofs; and another, with the- 

birds over the water (withdrawn). 
ij«8s Ditto, proof with single rainbow and before window in the cottagt 
touched; and another, witli the double rainbow and the window, touched 

(withdrawn). 
io86 Ditto, proof before all letters (withdrawn). 
iol7 " Opening of Waterloo Bridge " (No. 41), engraver's proof; a proof 

before btters, cut close; and another, with uncleaned margins 

(withdrawn). 
i«M Ditto, proofs before all letters, with uncleaned margins (withdrawn). 

1089 " Spring " (No. 45), 111'' --im.iII rendering of No. 3, proofs in various states 

(withdrawn). 

1090 " Sunset," after Constable, unpublished proof; " Dover Fishing Boats 

coming in"; " Bonts in a Breeze," after Owen, etc. (withdrawn). 

1091 "Portrait of Const.-ihle," proof before all letters; "Constable's 

Daughter," proof before all letters; " .Vrchdeacon Fisher," proof 

before all letters; etc. (withdrav,n). 
109a " England, Scotland, and Ireland." after Ross, proof before letters 

(withdrawn). 
1093 " Views in Norway and America." proofs before all letters (withdrawn). 
"94 Quantity of Letter Prfss from " English Landscape," M.S. list of the 

engravings, etc. (withdrav.n). 
i«9S " Autograph Letters," a large and interesting collection of Autograph 

Letters to David Lucas from Constable, mostly in reference to his 

" English Landscape," a parcel. 

JOHN (NONSTABLE. K.A. 
•3096 Drawin^js: " In Helmin^^ham l':.rl< ""; " \'alo oi Newlands"; " East 

Bergholt Church "; etc. (withdrawn). 



276 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

1097 Drawings: "Sketch for the Picture of 'The Lock'"; "Study ot 

Trees "; pen-and-ink sl^etches; etc. (withdrawn). 

1098 " Salisbury Bridge "; " Netley Abbey "; " Harwich "; etc., etching* 

(withdrawn). 



April 30, 1 910. 



277 



April .'itl, P9I0. Modern pictures of the British and 
Continental Schools, the property of John Maddock«, 
Esq., of Heath Royal, Putney Heath. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 
DRAWINGS. 

1 Lawton. Cecil C, " The River from Cheyne Wallt," toJ x nj (Agnew), 

2 Reid, J. R., 1S81, " A Perilous Voyage," la x 14 (.'Vgnew), ;^i6 i6s. 



PICTURES. 

Aumonier, J., ." .\r\ Easter Holiday: The children of the Bloomsbury 

Parochial School, in a wood at Watford," 24 x 40 (Heape), ;^33 13s. 
Boughton, G. H., R..^., ''Spring-Time," iij x 23! (Sampson), £^ ^s. 
Bramley, P., .\.R.A., 1892, "Courtship: The interior of a cottage," 

2gJ X 35j (Mitchell), £^^ ids. 
Brangwyn, F., .\.R.A., 1899, " Labour: Unloading barges at a Thames 

wharf," agj x 39 (Fine .Vrt Society), £68 55. 
Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., " Sea Piece, with shipping," iij- x 19 (Iceton), 

£\2 jas. 
Carpontior, E., " .A Peasant-Girl," :!5 x 2oi (Goodcn and Fox), ;^^^ is. 
Charles, J., " Haymaking," 29J x 48! (Marsh), ;^3i5. 

" The Favourites, a young girl with a fox terrier," 42 J x 33J 
), ;^89 5S. 

" The Sheep-Fold," 14V x 28 (.Agnew), ;^68 5s. 
1S87, " South Harting Homes," igj x 292 (Dust), ;£r29 8s. 
" Ready for Church," 255 x 20 (Jackson), ;^22 is. 
" The Mill-Stream," ig x 30 (Dust), ;^2g 8s. 
" In the Turnip Field," 18 x 30J (Marsh), £yS 15s. 
" Returning from tho Fold," 28 x 17I (Marsh), ;^65 2s. 
" Gathering Cabbages," 13J- x 21 (.\gnew), ;^6o i8s. 
1.SS2, " Cutting Rushes," 13J x 20 (Gooden and Fos), 

" In the Orchard," 24^ x igi (Marsh), ;^68 53. 
1886, " The Milkmaid," 12I x 16^ (F. Smith), ;^29 8s. 
"Tarring the Boat," iij x 15J (.Agnew), ;^37 16s. 
1891, " The Queen of the Festa," 22i x 12* (Marsh), ;£739 igs. 
" .\ Misty Morning," 13I x 20 (.\gnew), £y) 18s. 
1883, " A View of Thorpe," 10 x 16J (Agnew), ;^2i. 
" Feeding the Chickens," 17 x 14^ (St. Davids), £H7- 
" .\ Cup of Tea," 15 x 12J (Jackson), ;£?24 3s. 
1891, " Venice," iij x 15^ (Puckle), ;£ri7 17s. 
" The Nearest Way Home," 9 x 12J (Jackson), £j7 i6s. 
" Sunset," SJ x 12J (F. Smith), JC26 5s. 
'• With Grannie," 12} x 8J (Jackson), £:S 18s 



10 


Charles, 


J-, 




(Sampson! 


II 


Charles, 


J-. 


12 


Charles. 




'3 


Charles, 


J., 


M 


Charles, 




'5 


Charles, 




16 


Charles, 




'7 


Charles, 


J., 


•8 


Chnrle--, 






£^7 


5S- 


«9 


Charles, 




30 


Charles, 


J •' 


ai 


Charles, 




23 


Charles, 


J., : 


23 


Charles, 


J., 


24 


Charles, 


J., 


35 


Charles, 


J., 


36 


Charles, 


J., 


27 


Charles, 


J., 


38 


Charles, 


J., 


'9 


Charles, 




30 


Charles, 





278 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

31 Charles, J., 1890, " Father's Grave," 7^ x iij (Rigg), £t6 i6s. 

32 Cirtrkson, \V. H., " November," iS x 20I (Jackson), £(f 9=;. 

33 Clausen, G., R.A., 1883-4, " T^^ Apple-Orchard," 13* x 20 (Agnew), 

34 Clausen, G. R.A., 1885, " The Young Shepherdess," 24i x iy\ (Harris>, 

£71 8s. 

35 Clausen, G., R.A., 1881, " The Oichard," i()i x 29J (Sampson), j^7j los. 

36 Clausen, G., R.A., " The Mower," ni x 17^ (Agncw), ^£,"46 4s. 

37 Clausen, G., R.A., " Head of a Peasant-Girl," 9} x 7I (Meynell), 

;£'ll IIS. 

38 Clausen, G., R.A., " The Bend o( the River," iii x ijj (Gaydon), 

39 Clausen, G., R.A., 1886, " Head of a Girl," 8J x 5I (Jackson), £ij 13s. 

40 Dewhurst, Wynford, " A Landscape, with a man wheeling a barraw 

by a river," i2| x 17J (Bongers de Rath), ^^'s 5s. 

41 Ellis, Edwin, " A Fishing-Harbour," i8J- x 41 J (Iceton), ;£^29 8s. 
43 Fisher, Mark, "Kingscote, Sussex," 30 x 30J (Megret), ;£J'6o i8s. 

43 Fisher, Mark, 1896, " Ancient Fountain of Texerain, Algiers," i8jt x 15 J 

(Moore), ;£'68 5s. 

44 Fisher, Mark, 1886, " Gravetye, Sussex," 18J x 27 (Sampson), £^3. 

45 Fisher, Mark, 1896, " An Arab Farm," 15J x 20 (Megret), ;^33 12s. 

46 Fisher, Mark, " Callle grazing by a Lake," 17I x 25 (Lane), ^^78 155. 

47 Fisher, Mark, 1896, " The Mill-Stream," i7i x 25 (Moore), ^^47 5s. 

48 Forbes, Stanhope A., R.A., 1882, " The Convent, Quimperl^," 25 x 2(»| 

(Agnew), £6j. 

49 Forbes, Stanhope A., R.A., 1888, " Business slack in the Village," 

24^ X i7i (Agnew), ^44 2s. 

50 Gregory, E. J., R.A., " Down on the River," 12 x 17^ (Sampson), .^105. 

51 Hague, Anderson, " A Welsh Harvest," 27J x 39I (Sampson), ^^42. 

52 Hague, Anderson, " Chrysanthemums in a Va,se," 23! x 2<i\ (Tooth), 

£33 «2S. 

53 Knight, J. Buxton, " Yalding Bridge," 22 x 48 (Agnew), /J162 ijs. 

54 Knight, J. Buxton, 1889, " Poole Harbour," 23 x 35^ (Sir H. Lane), £iii. 

55 Knight, J. Buxton, 1881, " The Farm by the River," 23J x 35^ (Obach\ 

;^89 5S. 
5* Knight, J. Buxton, i888, " The Estuary, Poole Harbour," 23^ x 35! 
(Sir H. Lane), £n7. 

57 Knight, J. Buxlon, 1888, "The Eslu.irv: Evening," 23^ x 35], (Sampson), 

£6i. 

58 Knight, J. Buxton, 1890, " Deganwy Pier," 35! x 23J (Sir H. Lane), 

£35 MS- 

59 Knight, J. Buxlon, " A View on the Coasl," 9-J x 23?^ (Agnew), ;^52 los. 

60 Knight, J. Buxlon, " Glan Conway," 19 x 15! (.Sir H. Lane), ;^S4 ii.s. 

61 La Thangue, H. H., A.R.A., 1890, " The Artist in his Studio," 30! x 2ii 

(Mc.\rthur), .1^120 15s. 

62 La Thangue, H. H., A.R.A., " A Gaslight Study," 30 i 21' (F. Mitchell), 

;£^39 '8s. 

63 L» Thangue, H. H., 

(Sampson), ;^33 us. 
<l4 La Thangue, H. IL, 

£c,^ I OS. 
«5 La Thangue, H. H., A, 

£^^■ 



A.R.A., 


" The Boat-Builder's Yard, 


" ^t t 3'l 


A.R.A., 


" Ice Cream," 42I x 37', 


(McArthur), 


,,R.A., ' 


' A Boy Fishing," 25^ x yt'. 


(SimonsoiiK 



April 30, 1910. 279 

t>6 La Thangue, H. H., A.R.A.. " Hf.-id of a L.idT," 9I i 7J (Jackson), 

67 La Thanfiiie, H. H., A.R.A.. " Head of a L^dy," 12 x 7 (AgnewJ, 

£1^ 19s. 

68 Macbeth, R. W., R.A.. i38o, " A Brittany Waitress, ij i u* (Dent), 

£1* us. 

69 Moore, H., R.A., 1872, " A Grey Sea," 14} x igj (Sampson), j£ji6 i6s. 

70 Murray, David, R.A., 1890, " .\ Doubtful Crop," I7i x 23^ (CoIlings)» 

£2-/ 6s. 

71 Murray, David, R.A., 1S90, " Sultry Weather," 14A x i8 (Dust), ^^22 is. 
ja Murray, David, R.A., 1891, " The Graveyard," iij x 17} (Leader), 

£q 19s. 6d. 

73 Noble, R., R.S.A., 1882, " A Cottage by a Road," s| i 9 (King), 

£2' 

74 Noble, R., R.S.A., i88o, " A View in a Town," $ x <) (Rohson and Co.), 

^11 IIS. 

75 Noble, R. R.S.A., "Apple-Blossom: At Meudon," 8* x si (St. David), 

£23 2S. 

76 Noble, R., R.S.A., 1881, " At Charenton," 8» x si (St. David), £29 $s. 

77 Orpcn, W., A.R.-'V., " Une Amer-Curacoa," 14 x 10 (Sir H. Lane),. 

jCS7 »SS- 

78 Padgett. W. " The Pool," 24! x agi (Obach), £25 is. 

79 Priestman, Bertram, 1901, " Early Morning on the .Stour," ji i ^f 

(Rigg), £7S ISS 

80 Reid, J. R,, " Washing Day," 35^ i 47} (Sampson), £7^ los. 

81 Reid, J.R., 1879, " The Letter," 26 x igj (Moore), £28 7s. 

82 Reid, J. R., "Looe: Cornwall," iii x igj (Agnew), £2$ 4s. 

83 Reid, J. R., i886, "The Mill-Pond," iij i iqi (Sampson), j^is igs. 

84 Reid, J. R., 1879, " Rabbiting," i3i x qJ- (Jackson). £$ ss. 

«5 Reid, J. R.. 1880, " In the Gloaming," qJ x 13^ (Gaydon), £$ 55. 

86 Reid, J. R., " On the Coast," 4i x 8 (Jackson), ^717 17s. 

87 Sargent, J. S., R.A., " Expectancy: A young girl, in white dress, seated 

in arm-chair," 39^ x 33J (Colnaghi), ;6'S04. 

88 Smythe, L. P., A.R.A.. 1884, " The Field of the Cloth of Gold," 

3Si ^ 7>t (Cooling). ^^120 15s. 

89 Solomon, Solomon J., R.A., " The Butterfly," 29! x 24.^ (Agnew), 

£S* "s. 

90 Steer, P. W., 1902, " Pansies," 30I x 25J (Carfax), ijisj los. 

91 Steer, P. W., 1902, " Lisetfe," oval, 19 x 14 (Marchant), £66 is. 

92 Steer, P. W., 1886, " A Grey Sea," iji x 2ii (Marchant), £^7 s*- 

93 Stott, E., A.R.A. . "The Bathers: Sunset," 25^ x 38 (Emprall), 

94 Stott, E., A.R.A., "Changing P.n.'.tures," 27 x 33! (W. Pcrmain), 

;^I36 lOS. 

fS Stott, E., A.R.A., "The Horse-Pond : Evening," 23^ x 28^ (Sampson), 

£n^ SS- 

96 Stott, E. A.R.A., " The Labourer's Cottage: Supper-time," ii x 17 

(Sampson), £^0^. 

97 Stott, E., A.R.A., " Roses," 18 x 12^ (Lawrence Smith), £6^. 

98 Stolt, E., A.R.A., " Moonrise over a Stackyard," ci! x 13! (Agnew), 

£yi 8s. 
Q9 Stott, E., .\.R.A., "A Young Shepherdess and her Rock," iij x 17! 
(Rigg). £'7 fc- 



aSo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

loo Stolt, E., A.R.A.. " Mowing," yi x 12° (Neville), ;,f22 is. 
loi Slott, A.R.A., " Mowing," yl x jzj (Neville), £'2 "■ 

103 Stott, E., A.R.A. , " Head of a Girl," 7x5! (Jackson), ^^27 6s. 

J03 Thomson. J. Leslie, iS'jo, " Tte poili by the wood," 17^ x 35.V (.\gnew), 
£M 5s. 

104 Thomson, J. Leslie, '* Lake Scene, with cattle," 13^ x 31^ (.-vgnew), 

1C5 Thomson. J. Leslie, "The Wreck," 175 x 35I (Sampson), ;^65 2s. 

106 Thomson, J. Leslie " The Cowshed," 8 x 13 (Puckle), £n 14s. 

J07 Thomson, Leslie J., 1875, " A River Scene: Castle Douglas," S\, x 13^ 

(Puckle), ^5 5s. 
J08 Wyliie, \V. L., R.A., 1882, " Our River," 17I x 31I (Huggins), £48 6s. 
109 Wyllie, VV. L., R..\., " Bringing in the catch," 10} x 21 (Robson & Co.), 

£-\2 los. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 
PICTURES. 

no Binet, Adolpho, "Secrets: two girls conversing," 43J x 36 (McArthur). 
;^88 4s. 

111 Claus, Eniile, " Robbers among the corn," 361 x 67 (F. Smith), ;£^i68. 

112 Claus, Emile, " Poultry in a wood," 23 x 28 (Heape), ^£52 los. 

113 Claus, Emile, " On the river bnnk," 8 x 12} (Sackville Gallery), 

;^10 los. 

114 Dinet, E., igoo, " Le Fils d'un Saint Mrabeth Porte en Triomphe," 

34I X 36J (Lister), ;6i20 '5S- 

115 Geoffrey, Jean, 1885, "Le Lavabo: Interior of a schoolroom," 38} x 52 

(Dust), ;^i36 los. 

116 Geoffroy, Jean, "Peeling Potatoes," 12I x 9 (Mitchell), ^"5 5s. 

117 Larrue, G., "The Fountain," oval. i7i x 21J (Moore), £32 12s. 

118 Morisset, H., igoi, '• A Fond Mother." 20J x 25 (Agnevv), ;^I05. 

119 Morisset, H., 1900, " A Visit le ilie Exhibition," 2oi x 25 (L. Smith), 

120 Morisset, H., " A Visit to the Studio," 17 s 14 (Jackson), ;^2S 4s. 
lai Morisset, H., 1901, " Kiss in the Ring." lof x 14 (Jackson), £^^ iis. 
132 Raffaelli, J. P., " Le Grand Pere," 35! x 28 (.McArthur), ;^78 is». 
123 RMflaelli, J. F., " Les Maisons au bord do Peau," 25 x 31^ (McArthur. 

£^ 5S- 



May 6j iQio. 281 



May 6, 1910. The collection of ancient and modern 
pictures and drawings formed by Octavius E. Coope, Esq., 
deceased, late of Rochctts, near Brentwood, Essex. 

WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

1 Kicldinj;;, Copley (1845), " Boats rclurninf; to port," 24J x 36 (Agnew), 

jCi^S I OS. 

2 Foster, Birkot, " .\ country rond," 9 x 13 (S.impson), ^39 i8s. 

3 Tayler, F., '"\ Highland Gillie," 26^ by igi (Sampson), ^^50 8s. 

4 Werner, C. (1S55), " .\ room in Palazzo Moccnigo, Venice," 24 x 20J 

(C. Davis), ^£^9 9s. 

MODERN riCTURES. 

5 Berangcr, Em. (1870), "La Blanchisseuse," gj x 6 (Leggatt), ^25 4s. 

6 Buckner, R., " A young boy, with a dog," I3i s 17 (C. Davis), £4 4s. 

7 Calderon, P. H., R.A. (1869), "Catherine de Lorraine, Duchesse de 

Montpensior, urges Jacques Clement to .Assassinate Henri IIL" (vide 
"De Thou"), 41JJ X 39^ (Huggins), .£^42. 

8 Constable, J., R.A., "The Vicarage," iSi x 23^ (Colnaghi), ;£'73S. 

9 Cooke, E. \V., R.A. (1858), " Bragozzi : fishing craft off the Giardini 

Public!, A'enice," 15 x 25^ (Eyies), ^38 17s. 

10 Cox, David, " Throwing stones," loiJ x 14^ (Tooth), ^£'210. 

11 Frith, W. P., R.A. (1869), "The Pulse, The Husband, Paris," (Scene 

from Sterne's "Sentimental Journey,"), 30 x 47 (Lane), ;£'89 55. 

12 Frith, W. P., R.A. (1859), "The New Model," i6£ x 13* (Lane), £\S i8s. 

13 Hook, J. C, R.A. (1866), "Digging for Sand-Ecls," 26I x ^1} (Vicars), 

14 Horsley, j. C, R..A. (1866), "Going to a r\-3rty," 432 x 33J (Lister), 

£7i Ss. 

15 Kockkoek, J. H. (1846), "Dutch Fishing Bonis in a Squall," 23^- x 31J 

(C. Davis), ;^22 IS. 

16 Kcekkoek, J. H. (1844), * A Dutch River Scene," 22I x 29?; (Cassell), 

17 Landseer, Sir K.. R.A., " The Highland .Sliepherds' home," 19 x 24 

(Lister), ;^304 los. 

18 Leslie, C. R., R..A., "Fnlstaff personating the King," 46^ x 64.} (Samp- 

son), ;^I26. 

19 Leslie, C. R., R.A., "At the Opera," oval, 12 x gj (C. Davis), £16 i6s. 

20 Luokx, J. (1845), "The Morning Visit," 2^^ x 19 (Mitchell), £iS 18s. 

21 Maclise, D., R..\., "Othello, Desdemoria, and Emilia," 50 x 34 (Lane), 

^94 I OS. 

22 Marks, H. S., R..\. (1S65), "The Beggars are Coming to Town," 

("Hark! Hark! the dogs do bark! The beggars arc coming to town" 
—Nursery Rhyme), 37 x 55J (Elw.cs), £ios 

23 Muller, W. (1845), "Harlech Castle, North Wales," 35 x 62I (Leggatt) 

£S4 12s. 



282 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



24 Mulready, W., R.A., "Bathers Surprised," 23^ x 17! (I.ane), ^^68 5s. 

25 Mutrte, A. F., "Fruit, Flowers, and Still Life," 28^ by 32 (Cassetl), 

26 Orchardson, Sir W. O., R.A., "The Duke's Antechamber," 40 x 74 

(Gooden and Fox), ;£^i68o. 

27 Partridge. J. (1840), "Naomi, Ruth, and Orpah," 39J x 40J (Cubitt), 

28 Philip, J., R..\., (1857), "The Gipsy Dance," oval, 40J z 32 ( ), 

29 Poole, P. F., R.A. {1857), "The Mountain Spring," 15 x 12 (Elwes), 

^£■52 IDS. 

30 Richards, Emma Caggiotti, "Hagar and Ishmael," 60J x 454 (C. 

Davis), £11 IIS. 

31 Richards, Emma Caggiotti, '' Poesia " (oval); and "Cows by a Stream," 

by Jones, (C. Davis), ;^2 2S. 

32 Roberts, D., R.A. C1831), "Rouen Cathedral: The West Fa<;;ade," with 

figures in the market place, 71^ x 53 (Lister), £60 18s. 

33 Roberts, D., R.A. (1850), "The Interior of the Church of Saint Jacque 

at .Antwerp," 48 x 365 (Vicars), ^50 8s. 

34 Roberts, D., R.A. (1S42), "The Ruins of the Temple of Baalbec,' 

59 I 95 (Elwes), j£:s7 iSS- 

35 Stanfield, C, R.A., "The Day after the Wreck," sg x qi (Permain), 

£SH los. 

36 Webster, T., R.A., "The Village Choir," the first study for the picture, 

'3 3; ~3i (Mitchell), ^£'43 is. 

37 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., "The Unwelcome Visitor," 3ii i 234 (Lane), 

£52 10s. 

38 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., "The Unwelcome Visitor," a sketch, 5J x 5 (C. 

Davis), ;£io los. 

39 Veames, W. F., R.A. (1866), " Queen Elizabeth Receiving the French 

Ambassadors after the News of the Massacre of Saint Bartholomew," 
40 X 65i (Ponsonby), jCgg 155. 

PORTRAITS. 

40 "Portrait of Richard Coope, Esq., Founder of the London Hospital, 

1740. 2Ci 3t 24i (C. Davis), .£18 18s. 

41 "Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown coat, and "Portrait of » 

Gentleman," in blue coat (Cubitt), £2 2S. 

42 "Portrait of Mrs. Doorman," 29i x 24 (Huggins), j^TiS i6s. 

43 "Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown dress with grey wig; and 

"Portrait of a Lady," in blue dress, with white cap; ovals, a pair, 
29J X 24i (Shepherd), £-i2. 

44 "Portrait of John Coope, Esq., a Founder of the Phoenix Fire Office," 

1782, 29 X 24-i (Phoenix Co.), £3^ 12s. 

45 "Portrait of Mrs. John Coope," 29^ x 24^ (Parsons), ;/Jii ns. 

46 "Portrait of the DuUe of Wellington," in blue cloak, 29 x 24 (C. 

Davis), £:) 3s. 

47 "Portrait of a Gentleman," 28 x 22J (C. Davis), £2 2s. 

48 Baxter, C. (1852), "Portrait of Master Jesser Coope, with two dogs, 

painted by T. Earle," 27iins., circular (Huggins), j£:73 los. 
40 Brooks, "Portrait of John Coope, Esq.," pastel 29 x 24 (C. Davis), 

£110 5s. 
50 Buckner, R., "Portrait of Miss Fulcher," oval, 41 x 32 CC. Davis), 

£,6 t*s. 



May 6, 1910. 283 

50A Buckner, R., " Portrait of Miss Fulcher, " (C. Davis), £q qs. 

51 Chamberlin, M., R.A., "Portraits of Mr. Jesser and Mrs. Jesser," ovaU, 

a pair, 29I .x 24^ (Agnew), ^^126. 
53 Pearson, Mary M. (1827), "Portraits of Mrs. Fulcher and of Ciptaia 

Fulcher," a pair, 49 i 39! (Cubitt), ^£26 55. 

53 Pearson, Mary M. (after), "Portrait of Mrs. Fulclier," by Earle, ov'al, 

23} X igj (C. Davis), £1 2S. 

54 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., "Portrait of Mrs. Mary Robinson (Perdita)," 

(Agnew), ^5,175. 

PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 
ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

55 "The Annunciation," loj x I3i (Wagner), £j ys. 

56 "Head of a Female Saint," 25 x iqJ (Nalder), ^^i its. 6d. 

57 "The Madonna and Child," 22i x 14! (C. Davis), £6 6s. 

58 "The Madonna and Child," 22^ x 16J (Ponsonby), j(^i2 12s. 

59 Bellini, Giovanni, "The Madonna and Child," 37J x 30^ (Steinmefcr), 

i;i68. 

60 Canaletto, A., "The Grand Canal, Venice," 31 x 47^ (Lewis and 

Simmons), ;£r26 5s. 

61 Credi, Lorenzo Di, "The Madonna and Child, with the Infant Saint 

John," 35in. circular, (Vicars), £Si<). 

62 Sassofcirato, .School of, " Saint Catherine," holding a palm, 37.' x 29I 

(Cohen), ;^io ins. 

63 Garofalo, "Saint Jerome," 30 x 23^ (Cook), ;^42. 

64 Gozzoli, Benozzo, "The Entombment," i3i x 17" (Steinmeyer), £yi i»». 

65 Romano, Giulio, " Dancing Cupids " (L. Douglas), ;^65 2S. 

66 Rosa, Salvalor, " Jacob wrestling with the Angel," 30 x 38^ (Dr, 

Maynard), ;£r2i. 

67 Sarto, Andrea Del, School of, ''The Holy Family, with .Saint John," 

56^ X 40 (Nicholson), £^ 4s. 

SPANISH SCHOOL. 

68 Velasquez, Dicijo de, ".\ Landscape with Muleteers," 75 x 80 (Permain), 

.£44 2S. 

DUTCH SCHOOL. 
6q Potter, Paul, "Two Bulls and two Cows in a Meadow," i<)\ r 26 
(C. Davis), ;^57 ijs. 

70 Snyders, F., "Fish, Dead Game, Fruit and Vegetables," 34 x 58! (C. 

Davis), £;}<) i8s. 

71 Steen, J.-jn, "The Sick Lady," i6i x 14J (Sulley), ;£'3,4i2 los. 

72 Teniers, D., "A Village Wedding," 26I- x 24^ (M. Harris), iTj^S '»»- 

73 Teniers, D., "The Village Surgeon," 14! x loi, (M. Harris), /^ii.)Q 10*. 

74 Wouverman. Philip. "La Charette Embourh^*," 17J x 14! (Agnew), 

£()^5- 



284 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Ancient and modern pictures, and pictures and drawings 
of the Early English School, from several sources. 

DRAWINGS. 

75 Downman. J., A.R.A. (1781), "Portrait o( Mrs. Paj-ne-Gallwey and 

children," oval, gi x 11? (Agnew), ;£r735. 

76 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of William Hamilton, R.A.," and 

"Portrait of Mrs. Hamilton," pastels, a pair, oval 13 x 11 (Stettiner), 

;6'i47- 

77 Downman, J., A.R.A. (17S0), "Portraits of Lady Elizabeth SomeriPt, 

and Lady Frances Elizabeth Somerset, daughters of Henry, fifth 
Duke of Beaufort," oval, 8| x 7i (Sabin), ;£r2io. 

PICTURES. 

78 Maes, N., " Portrait of the Painter's wife," 49 x 39^ (Burlington House, 

1910) (Tooth), jCsS^ ios. 

79 Pater, J. B., "Garden Scene," with a group listening to a gentleman 

playing a guitar, 15 x 12 (C. Davis), .£315. 

80 Romney, G., " Portrait at Mrs. Hughes," afterwards Mrs. Thomas Lech- 

merc, 28^ x 23J (Dyer), ^£^504. 

81 Early English School, " Portraits of a lady and her four children," 

a set of five, oval, u x 9 (Wallis), ;fc'2io. 

82 Venetian School, "Citizens in a Market Place," 31 x 26J- (CoUaid), 

83 Mantegna, School of, "The Entombment, ?ix figures round the body 

of Christ, and the Virgin and two women," tempera, loi x 13J 

(Agnew), j^336. 
£4 Delen, D. Van, "A Palace on the Coast," and "The Terrace ol a 

Chateau," a pair, 6J x iij (Gooden and Fox), ,£81 i8s. 
85 Heem, J. D. De, "Still Life: an epcrgne, lobster, and fruit," 275 x 32 

(Cohen), ;£2io. 
8b Ruysdael, J., and Velde, A. Van de, "A Landscape" with cattle; 

20 X -23^- (Clarke), ^i^.^d 6s. 

87 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of Lord Scaforth," 2gJ x 24 (Vokins), 

£252. 

88 Dyck, Sir A. Van, "Portrait of Catherine Hastings," wife of Philip 

Stanhope, first Earl of Chesterfield, oval, 29 x 24^- (Lane), ;^357. 

89 Opic, J., R.A., "Portrait of Mrs. Mylne Barker," 29 x 24, (Cremetti), 

£ji(> JOS. 
«)0 Opie, J., K..\., "Porlrail of L. Crossinan, Esq.," 29 x 24 (Cremetti), 

£A7 5s- 
91 Tcniers, I^., " .An .Mchcmist in liis Laboratory," 19 x 24J (Hon. VV, 
Ponsonby), ;i7i26. 

The property of a lady. 

93 Hoppner, J., R..\ , "Portrait of the Hon. Mrs. Augustus Phipps," 

29I X 24; (Agnew), £5,355- 



May 6, igio. 285 

Joint property of Mrs. Hautenville Cope and Miss 
Thoyts. 

93 Gainsborough, T., R.A.. " L.-indscnpe with cattle," 49 x 39I (Lane), j^4,20O 

94 Gainsborough, T., R.A., " I'omcranian dog and puppy," 32 x 43 (C. 

Davis), £g^s- 

95 Hulk, \V. F., "Coming home," igi x 26i (Huggins), j^ig 19s. 

96 Rosa, Salvator, "Rocky Landscape," igi x sSJ (Carfax), £2^ 155. 

97 Ryckaert, D., " Interior of an Alehouse," oval, 30-^ x 39 ( ), 

£ic)!) 10s. 

98 Dyck, Sir A. Van, "Portrait of Queen Henrietta Maria," 74 x 4* 

(Samuel), ^^367 los. 

99 Dyck, Sir A. \'an, " Portrait of a Lady," in black and silver dress, 

yellow background, 74 x 46, (Samuel), jC'sC? 10s. 

The property of a gentleman. 

100 Gainsborough, T., R..\., "Portrait of Mrs. Hill," wife of the Re». 

Henry Hill, I). I)., Rector of liuxhall, 30 x 25 (Wyatt). ^Tss;- 

101 Gainsborough, T., R.A., " Portrait of the Rev. Henry Hill. D.D.," 

30 X 25 (Meade). j^j6 iss. 

102 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "Bumper," a dog, in a landscape," 13! i ii4 

(Grinlin), £s- '°s- 

DRAWINGS. 

103 Linton, Sir J. D., "The Beautiful Sitter: Sweet Thoughts," i8i i ijt 

(A. Lilienfeld), j^44 2S. 

104 Linton, Sir J. D., "Meditation," 21 i 12 (ToothI, jS'io ios. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

105 Millais, Sir J. K., I'.R.A. (1880I, "Cuckoo!" two little girls in » 

wood, listening, 50 x 39 (Agnew), j£J672. 

106 Muller, \V. (1S35), "Tivoli," 52 x 35^ (Sully), £105. 

107 Miiller, \V. (1S36), " The Palace of the Doge, Venice," 28{ x 43 

(Gooden and Fox), £'102 i8s. 

108 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., "The Queen of the Swords." the first 

sketch lor the engraved picture, iSJ x 31J (.Agnew), ;^i,2i8. 

109 Philip, J., R.A. (i86i), "The Gipsy's Toilet," 31 x 4oi (Wallis), £-i<f9 

110 Trovon, C, " .X black bull and a brown cow, in a landscape," 28 x 35 

(Baron Cedcrstroni), ^r48 6s. 

111 Turnir, J. M. W., R.A.. " Hligh Sands, Shcerness," 39 x 49 (Thrift), ;(;J63. 
113 De W'int, P., "Lincoln," the Cathedral in the distance, 42 x 64 (Wil 

Hams), £ni 15s. 

EARLY ENGLISH PICTURES. 

113 Crome, "Norwich Tower." 29 x 24! (Leggatt), £^y 15s. 

114 Gainsborough. 1'., R.A., " Watering horses at a trough." 50 i 40 

(withdrawn). 
lis Hoppner, J., R..\., "'Portrait of a Lady," in dark blue dress and black 

hat, 29i X 24J (Steinmcyer), ;£ji68. 
116 Lawrence, Sir T.. P.R.A., "Portrait of Catherine Palcenham." Srst 

Duchess of Wellington, 244 x 20} (Shepherd), jJJiBq. 



286 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

117 Morland, G. (1792), " A Farmyard, with peasants, horses, and pig'^," 

33 X 43i (C. Davis), ^378. 

118 Morland, G., "A Gipsy Encampment," 17J x 23! (I'ermain), ^£.'89 5s. 

119 Opie, J., K.A., "I'orlrait of a l,ady," in dnrk dress, playing with 

her infant child, 39J i 34 (Gooden and Fox), £ys >^s. 
i20 Reynolds, Sir J., F.R.A., " The Laughing Girl," 29J x 24J, Burlington 

House, 1876 (Edlin), £2-;$. 
121 Reynolds, Sir J., T.R.A. "The Death of Dido," 4)J i 6q (Cohen), 

laa Cuyp, "Cattle: Evening," aij x 30J (Saunders), jC^^. 

OLD PICTURES. 

123 Rembrandt, Van Ryn, "Portrait of a Gentleman," holding medal in his 

right hand; 38 1 33 (Agnew), jC-'^S'P- 
1^4 Dyck, Sir A. Van, "Portrait of Cardinal Domenico Rivarole," 39J x 30I 

(Shepherd), £oAS- 
135 Dyck, Sir A. Van, " Portrait of Dorothy Devoreux, wife of Hen'y 

Percy, ninth Earl of Northumberland," 49^ x 314 (Sully), ^^157 los. 
126 Velasiiiiez, Diego, " Portrait of Queen Mariana of Austria," aS x aij 

'SuHy). j1:388 ios. 



May gth, igio. 287 



May 9, 1910. The following were sold by order of 
the Executors of Isaac Falckc, Esq., deceased, late 
of 104, Gower Street, W.C. 

I "lilustrations to 'Comus, ' " after T. SioLliar<l, R.A., lv\o coloured 
prints (Peters), j£j2 lis. 6d. 

DRAWINGS, 
a "The Earl of Strafford," and "Sir Thomas More," a pair; and 

" Desi>;ns tor .Metal Work," a pair (Spero), jQ\ is. 
3 "The Mouse Trap"; "The l-'irst and I.ast of a Family," ^\io ia one 

framo, sepia; and ".A Lady R'?adin>;," pf;ncil (Peters), 5s. 
^ Boucher, F., "Heads of Children," coloured chalks, a pair, 7J x 5I 

(Strundbcrg), £%. 
S Flaxnian, J., R.,\., " Aurora rising; ..nil the I'lciados," black and white, 

19J I aSi (Norton I, los. bd. 
<) Flaxnian, J., R.A.. " Bui deliver us from evil," lilack and white, 17J x 7. 

from the artist's sale, 1862 (Norton), ins. 
7 A; 8 Flaiman, J., R..\., ".\ desif;n for a Monument," black and 

white, 14-i X lo^; "The Youthful Orestes taken from his native 

country." and "The Departure of Telcmachus," black and white 

(Norton), /7i is. 
9 & 10 Flaxman, J.. R..^., "Jupiler Olympus," and "Protection against 

Fate," black and whrte; and ".Music" and "Apparitions," a pair, 

black and v, hite (L. P. Mollov), 10s. 
ii Flaxman, J., R.A., "Studies of Fif^ures." blai:k .md white (Norton), 53. 
J2 Morland .School. "Gipsies in a wood," j6 i 13 (Spero). £\ 12s. 
13 Stothard, T., R.A., "Cain and .\bcl," a set of sii illustrations to 

"Gesner's Idylls," six, in two frames (Rimell), £,■>,. 
1^ Stothard, T., R..\., "The Bath of Venus," sJ x 5* (Peters), £.\ i8s. 
15 Stothard, T., R..\., "K Scene from 'The 'I'wo Gentlemen of Verona'," 

13 X SJ (Rimell), jQ\ is. 
)6 Stothard, T., R.A., "A mother and child," 8 x sJ (Peters), gs. 

17 Stothard, T., R..\., "Hector and Andromache," 8i i lo, (Piopert), 

£x 8s. 

18 Stothard, T., R.A., "Illustrations to 'Rokcby'," a set of three, gj x 7 

(Sabin), £\ lis. 

19 Stothard, T., R.A., " Illustrations 10 ' Boccaccio,' " a pair, lo^ x 8 

(Rimell), ;t"'o- 

20 Stothard. T., R.A., " The Bride of Abyilos," and " Two fi-iures by a 

stream," (Properl), £.z 15s. 
ai Stothard, T., R.A., "Classical Figures," "A Bacchanalian Frieie." 
and "Fifiurcs," three, in one frame, black and white (Buxton), £■},■ 

PICTURES 

23 Boonen, A. V::n, " Woman and a boy in a cellar: candlelight," 10 x /i 
(Vicars), £,i\ os. tkl. 



288 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

23 Canaletto, "A Piazza in Venice," jij x 18 (Peters), ^3 3s. 

24 Canaletto, "Canal Scenes, Venice," a pair, 8 x 12 (Leger), £:^ 3s. 

25 Cuyp, " Two Peasants, playing bagpipes and a flute," igi x 15 (Mrs. 

Caltliorp), £6 i6s. 6d. 

26 Duclc, J., " Peasant woman and child," 8i x 6* (Howard), ;^33 12s. 

27 Dutch School, " Young woman, in brown dress, holdins^ some cherries," 

8i X 6 (Leggatt), ;^i6 i6s. 

28 French School, "Portrait of a Lady," in blue dress and cap, and red 

cloak, 21 X i7i (Petre), £3 los. 

29 Gossart, Jan, "Ecce Homo," signed Johannes Malbodius, 1527, <)i x 7, 

(Spero), j^ios- 

30 Grifllcr, J., "River Scene," with figures skating, 12 x i&\ (Leggatt^ 

;^5 iSs- 6d. 

31 Guardi, "Views in Venice," with figures, a pair, 11 x 9 (M.), £$ 55. 
33 Hone, "I'orlrait of a Lady" in brown dress, 23J x 19J (W. Permain), 

j£^IO IDS. 

33 Kauffman, A., R.A.. "Diana and a Nymph," and "Rinaklo and 

.Armida, " ovals, a pair, 17 x I3i (T. G. Litchfield), ^^4 14s. 6d. 

34 Nain, Lc, "A Peasant," seated, 8x6 (Howard), £^0 10s. 

35 Monamy, P., ".\ River Scene," with boats, figures and cattle, i(>i x 14, 

(G. F.lliston), £11 OS. 6d. 

36 More, " Portrait of a child," holding an apple, 15 x ii (Leger), £ti iir.. 

37 More, "Portrait of a child," in black and red dress, I3i x 10 (Vicars), 

£ii 13s- 

38 Michau, T., "A Landscape," with carts and figures on a sandy road, 

I3i x i6 (M.), £0 gs. 
31) Reynolds, "Cupid, as a link boy," 8x6, (Amor), £io los. 

40 Romanelli, "The Cumx-an Sybil," and "Portrait of a Lady," in black 

dress (Spero), £\ 16s. 

41 Schalcken, "A Fluli' Player," and " A Lute Player: candlelight," a pair, 

7i X 6i (M.), ^4 4S. 
4.! Scott, S., "Somerset House from the River," 27 x 355 (Finch), j^q gs. 

43 Stothard, T., R.A., "Diana Sleeping," isi x 20 (Petre), £S i8s. 6d. 

44 .Stothard, T., R.A., "The Death of a Soldier," 9 x n> (Collings), ^£'5 55. 

45 Stothard, T., R..'\., "Rescuing the Fallen," gj x iij (Parsons), £j 3s. 

46 Stothard, T,, R.A., "Triumph of Charles V.," I2j x 13! (Propert), 

^■4 14s. 6li. 

47 Stothard, T., U.A., " Venus reclining on a couch, with Cupid," 

I4i X i^i (Petre), £2 2S. 

48 Stothard, T., R.A., "A Fisher Boy," n x 8 (Parker), los. 6d. 

49 Stothard, T., R.A., "The Death of Captain Faulkner." 29 x 22i (Parker). 

^1; HIS. 6d. 

50 Stoth.ird, T., R..^., "FalstafI relating his adventures to Prince Hal," 

i2i X 56i (Clark), ^.'s ss. 

51 Stothard, T., R.A., "Falstaff attacked by Prince Hal and Poins.' 

oval, f> X loj (Propert), £1 15s. 

52 Stothard, T., R.A., " Tli<- Men of Kc-n(," lo-^ x 14I (Propert), £s 2s. 

53 Stoth.ird, T., R..'\., ".\n Illustration to 'Rogers' Poems,' " y.J x ii\ 

(Norton), 10s. bd. 

54 Warren, W. W., "Views in Venice," a set of four, u x ig (Howard), 

£.S 8s. 

55 Warren, W. W., "Views in Venice," a set of five (Tofield), £2 12s. 6d. 

56 Warren, W. W., "A Venetian Canal," "Views in London," and 

"Sketches from Memory," thirty, in five frames (Lee), £2 12s. 6d. 



May Qth, igio. 289 

57 Warren, W. W., "Rossmine Abbey," "A River Scene," etc., a set of 

four (Calthorp), £i 153. 

58 Warren, W. W., " Margate," " Views of London," " Sunset," etc., 

a set of six (Molloy), £1 6s. 

59 Warren, W. W., "Battcrsea Bridge," "Barking Gate," etc., a set of ten 

(Molloy). £2 2S. 

Diflferent properties. 

DRAWINGS. 
Ill the Folio. 

60 Pronk, C, "A View at the Hague," ''The Dam at Annsterdam," and 

"Buildings," (ParsonsK £S 8s. 

6i Moucheron, F., "Garden Scenes"; ''A Road Scene," by A. Van Evcr- 
dingon; "A Street Scene at Haarlem," etc. (Parsons), £^ 4s. 

63 Early English School, "Portraits of a Young Lady and a Gentleman," 
a pair, pastels; "Castles in England and Wales," sepia; tw» 
coloured prints of "Savoir Vivre," "Sans Six Sous" and "San» 
Souci," published by C. White and C. Townley Stubbs, etc. (Rimell), 
£t iss. 

63 Grave, T. E., 1791, " A Woody Road Scene, with sheep"; " A River 

Scene," by H. J. Antonissen; " Shipping at Anchor;" " A Frozen 
River Scene," etc. (Parker), £z los. 

64 Correggio, " The Nativity," chalk and wash; " A Design for a Ceiling," 

by Vanni; "A Warrior," by Polidoro, pen-and-ink; "Landscapes." 
"Figure Subjects," etc. (Brown), £iz is. 6d. 

65 Guercino, "A Philosopher Writing," chalk; "Crossing the Ford," by 

N. Berghem, red chalk; "An Allegory," by Romanelli, red chalk; 
"Hercules and the Lion," by D. da Volterra, red chalk; "Figure 
Subjects," etc. (Brown), £6 6s. 

66 Guido, "The Magdalen," water colour; "The Holy Family," from the 

Varni Collection, sepia, etc. (Bale), £j js. 

67 Guercino, " Saint Jerome in the Desert," pen-and-ink; " Moses striking 

the Rock," by Giro Ferri, sepia, etc. (Bale), ^8 83. 
hS Tiepolo, "Time," .-» design for a ceiling, sepia; "A Warrior," by 
Domenichirio." red chalk; "Head of an Old Man," by C. d'Arpino, 
red chalk; " I^andscapes," " Figure Subjects," etc. (Lester), £j 7s. 
Framed. 

69 Rowland.son, T., " The Connoisseur," 8* x 11 (W. Sabin), £j 17s. 6d 

70 Lawrence, Sir, T., P.R.A., " Portrait of a Lady in yellow and blue 

dress," pastel, iii x gi (Leggatt), £^^ 3s. 

71 Downman, J., .\.R.\., 1780, " Portrait of a Lady, in white dress aad 

he.id-drcss," oval, g x 7.1 (Holland), ^^31 ids. 

72 Russell, J., R.A., 1795. " Portrait of a lady as ' Sigismunda '," 

27 X 214 (White), j^i6 i6s. 

73 Fcrg, F. P., " A Village Fair "; and " A Village Merrymaking," a pair, 

9* Jt 12J (Amor), £1"; 17s. 

74 Ferg, F. P., " Italian Landscapes," a pair, iij x g (Amor), ;^if us. 

PICTURES. 

75 Berchem, " Peasants and animals at a fountain," 11 x 14 (Metchowskjr), 



290 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



76 Cuyp, J. G., " A Cavern, with old ruins," 14 x 22 (Holland), £J^ 4s. 

77 Ferg, F. P., " Landscape, with ruins and figures," 17^ x aij (Amor), 

;^10 lOS. 

78 Goyen, J. Van, "Woody River Scene," 17 x 23, signed and dated 1640 

(Colnaghi), £263 los. 

79 Spanish School, " Philip IV., wrhcn a boy," holding a sceptre, 48J x 34t 

(Spiers^, i£7'6 i6s. 

80 Ward, J., R.A., 1838, " A Horse drinking at a stream," 17 x 31 

(Leggatt), ^4 4s. 

81 Hondius, *' A Dog attacking Swans," 16 x 23 (Metchowsky), £6 6s. 

82 Neer, Van der, " A Frozen River Scene," 16 x 23 (Metchowsky), ;£6 6s. 

83 Sartorius, " A Hunting Scene," i7i x 23^ (Leggatt), £s 14s. 6d. 

84 Heda, W. C, " Still Life on a Table," iSJ x 22 J (Reid), £s Ss- 

85 Wouverman, P., " Robbers attacking a House," lOj x 22 (Clark), 

£iS '5s- 

86 Heyden, Van dcr, " A Street Scene, with church and figures," 12J i io| 

(Metchowsky), ;£'ii os. 6d. 

87 Ommerganck, B. P., "Sheep in a Landscape," 10 x 13 (Amor), 

;i?Tii lis. 

88 Goya, F., " An Incident in the War of Independence," 22 i 2qi 

(Nicholson), ;:^42. 

89 Carnicero, " Portrait of the Infanta Monte-Molin," 42 x 30^ (Eade), 

£13 12s. 

90 Mazo, Del, "Portrait of a Youth, standing by a chair," 49 x 30J (Hele), 

£8 8s. 

91 Lopez, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark coat and cap," 2o| z 16} 

(Hele), £4 4S. 
ga Carreno, " Head of King Charles II. of Spain," 15^ x 12 (Bell), 

93 Paret, " Inauguration of the Botanical Gardens, Madrid," 15J x jai 

(Bell), £33 i2s. 

94 Memling School, " The Madonna and Child, enthroned, with five angels," 

23J X 17 (Coureau), £^2 10s. 

95 Rubens School, " Portrait of the Archduchess Isabella of Austria "; and 

" Portrait of the Archduke Albrecht of Austria," ovals, a pair, 
24 X 20J (Marcherd), ;£^i6 16s. 

96 Storck, A., " The Quay at Amsterdam," 2ii x 26^ (Van Diirenf, 

£5 Ss. 

97 Tilborch, G. Van, "An Interior, with a family and a maid-servant," 

21I X 27 (Cohen), ^^23 2s. 

98 Molenacr, J. M., " Dutch Peasants Merrymaking," 22i x 32 (Rickett), 

£^i 2S 

99 Tocqu6, " Portrait of Le Comtesse de Chambon," 34 x 27 (Lawrence), 

.:^i36 10s. 
100 Greuzo, " Head of a Girl," 17J x 13J (Petre), £4 4s. 
joi Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady, wearing a large lace ruff," loi x 8J 

(Cohen), £13 13.S. 

102 Schrick, H. W., " A Frozen River Scene," g i 13 (Wagner), ;^9 ns. 

103 Verheyen, J. H., 1819, " A View in a Dutch Town," 17 x 13J (Collings), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

104 Carpenter Margaret, 1838, " A Young Lady, feeding a parrot," 36 x 28 

(S. T. Smith), ;^3i 10s. 
«05 Florentine School, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark dress, holding his 
gloves," 33i X 27i (Nowell), ;^8 8s. 



May gthj 1910. 291 

106 Cuyp, A., " A White Horse and a Dog, in a landscape," 6J i 8 

(Nicholson), £^. 
J07 Morland, " A Rural Feast," ig x 23 (Leggatt), £8^^. 

108 Stuart, G., " Portrait of General Wolfe," 29 x 23^ (Shepherd), £^b 4s. 

109 David, J. L., " Portrait of a Lady, in red dress," 25^- x 21 (Hughes), 

/^lO JOS. 

HO Ferg, F. P., "A Landscape: figures merrymaking," 12J x 16J (Amor), 
£^7 6s 

111 Mieris, " An Interior, with a lady holding a viol," 21 x 17I (Miller), 

£21. 

112 Early English School, " Portraits of Two Young Gentlemen, in blue coats 

and white vests," 40 x 45 (Richards), ;^99 15s. 

113 Stubbs, G., R.A., " Portrait of a Racehorse, with a jockey up," 24 x 29 

(Misell, lun.), £2 23 
J14 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady, in red dress," 29 x 24 

(withdrawn). 
115 Myn, G. Van Der, 1748, " Portrait of a Young Man, holding a crayon 

and a sheet ol paper "; and " Portrait of a Lady, holding a cup 

and saucer," a pair, 21 x lyj (Parsons), £8^. 



The property of Ro;i)ert Walters, Esq., of Ware Priory, 
Hertfoifdshire. 

PICTURES. 

116 " Portrait of Mrs. Yates, Tragic Actress, 1728-1787," 83 x 56 (Hughes), 

117 " Portrait of George Frederick Cooke, Actor, 1756-1811," 23! x 19J 

(Wyatt), £7 7s. 

118 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Portrait of Miss Leak, Actress and Singer," 

35 X 28 (Wood), ;6'2J- 

119 Carracci, " Ecce Homo "; and " Richard John Smith, called O'Smith, 

as Obi, in ' Three-Fingered Jack ' " (Wells), £2 2s. 

120 Drummond, S., A.R.A., " Portrait of William Oxberry, Comedian, 

1784-1824, In dark dress," 2gJ x 24J (Williams), £y 7s. 

121 Gainsborough, " Portrait of Robert Palmer, Comedian, 1766-1817," 

22} X 19 (("olnaghi), ;^io los. 

122 Graham, John, "Portrait of Miss Wallis, Actress, flourished 1789-1814," 

83 X 56 (Renton), £6& 55. 

123 Harlow, " Portrait of John Fawcett, Actor, 1768-1837," oval, 29J x 24) 

(Shepherd), £5 5s. 

124 Pocock, N., " Carnarvon Castle," 45J x 61J (Best), £g 9s. 

125 Rothwell, R., R.H.A., " Portrait of Mrs. Harriet Waylett (n^e CookeJ, 

Actress and Singer, 1798-1851," oval, 22 x 18J (Parsons), j£ii os. 6d. 

126 Velde, Van de, "A Naval Engagement," 40 x 50 (Grace), ^^14 14s. 

127 Dc Wilde, S., " A Scene from ' The Weathercock,' with portraits of 

John Bannister and Purser," 37J x 46 (Amor), ;^2i. 

128 De Wilde, S., " Portrait of William Blanchard, Actor, 1769-1835," 

241 X i6« (Wells!, £2 2S. 

129 De Wilde S., " A Scene in the Opera of ' The Lord of the Manor,' with 

Portraits of Jones, Listen and Hamerton," 19 x 23I (Hole), £8 8s. 



292 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



May 12, 1910. The property of a lady. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Bega, " A Cavalier," charcoal, io| x s| (Huggins), £2 SS- 

2 Crome, J., " An Avenue, with cattle," sepia, 13I x 154 (Huggins), 

£2 lOS. 

3 Crome, J., " Old Cottages," 8 x 12I (Falser), ids. 6d. 

4 Daubigny, C. F., " F^rm Buildings," pencil, yl x ir (Strundberg), 143. 

5 Dauniier, L., "An Old Man Reading," pen-and-ink; and "A 

Shepherdess and Sheep," by Segantini, charcoal (Wallis), j^t6 i6s. 

6 Domenichino, " Studies of Figures "; and " Head of n Youth," red 

chalk (Permain), £2 los. 

7 Rembrandt, " Figures in a Landscape," sepia, 6J x 8 (Obach), £^ 4s. 

8 Rousseau, Th., " The Windmill," black and white, 5 k 9 (Strundberg), 

£1 iss. 

9 De Wint, P., " Alnwick," 9 x 13 (Falser), £2 5s. 

PICTURES. 

10 " Portrait o£ a Gentleman, seated at a table," on panel; and " A V/oody 

Road Scene " (Nicholson), i8s. 

11 " He.ad of an Old Man," on Panel; and " Head of a Gentlem.tn, in dark 

cap," unframed (Wagner), £1^. 

12 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., " A Ferry on the Eden," 24 x 41^ (Grose), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

13 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., " A Woody Stream," loj x 19 (Parsons), £1 is. 

14 Crome, " Yarmouth Jetty," i6i x 22 (Wagner), £2 153. 

15 Cuyp, " Landscape, with peasants and cattle," 37 x 49 (Strundberg), 

;^II IIS. 

16 Gainsborough, " A Park Scene," 12 x 15 (Farrow), 12s. 



Diflferent properties. 

PASTELS. 
17 French School, " Portrait of Madame Tallicn," xsJ x iSJ; (Harvey), 
£3 13s- 6d. 

18 Fiepolos, " Head of a Girl," oval, 17I x 14 (Harvey), £2- 

PICTURES. 

19 Dutch School, " Fish and .Still Life on a Table," 19 x 29 (Carfax), 

/TS Rs. 
as Kneller, Sir G., " Portrait of a Lady, in dark dress," ov»I, 29 x 24J 

(Rob.son), ;^i6 i6s. 
21 Cosway, Maria, "Portraits of F. Fitzwilliam, Esq., and Mrs. Fltzwilliam," 

a pair, oval, 17^ x 14J (Legcr), £i& 18s. 
33 Dutch School, " An Interior, with a fish-merchant and still life," 

I2J; X 14 (Benson), if.i 13s 6d. 



May 12- igio. 293 

23 Dutch School, " Interior of a Guard-Room," 28 x zoj (Arthur), 

;C35 '4S- 

24 Brauwcr, "' Two Figures, seated," 8i x 6" (Lousada), ^^8 8s. 

25 Early English Scliool, " Landscape, with figures "; and " Fruit on a 

T. bl-- " (Huyhfs), £b to. 

26 Wilson, R., R.A., " Woody Landscape, with buildings and figures," 

i6i X J3i (Ellis), £2 2s. 

27 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in armour," oval, 2g x 24! 

(Hayncs), £^ 14s. 6d. 

28 Kneller, " Portrait of Mrs. Combs, sister of Joseph Addison," oval, 

29 X 24} (Haynes), £6 i6s. 6d. 

29 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady, in dark dress with white 

fichu, ;in'j mob cap," zgj x 245 (Norris), £in 14s. 

30 Lcly School, " Portrait of a Divine, in gown, with skull cap," oval, 

29 X ^4 (Parsons), £y ys. 

31 Rigaud, H., " Portrait of a French Prince, in armour," 57 x 44 (Hogan), 

32 Crome, " Buildings among trees, on the banks of a Norfolk river," 

38 X 59 (Carmichael), £S 8s. 

33 Kaufiman, " The Judgment of Paris," oval, 15 x 22 (Keely), ^23 2s. 

34 Potter, P., " A Bull and a Cow," 14 x 19J- (Eade), ^^23 2s. 

35 Cuyp, " Portrait of a Lady, holding a feather fan," 34 x 29 (Lewis and 

Simiuons), £36-; 10s. 

36 Schalckcn, "An Interior: Candlelight," 13^ x lOs (Buttrey), ^g'Si 18s. 

37 Unknov/n, " Portrait of Robert Sanderson, Bishop of Lincoln, 1660," 

49 >: 38 (Aitchison), /,"8 8s. 

38 Early English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark coat, with 

white stock," 29 x 24 (Lewis), ;£^2i. 
30 Hogarth, " A Fish-market, with figures," 29 x 24 (Mrs. Wheeler), 

jCS Ss- 

40 Morland, " Peasants and Dogs under a tree," J3J x i] (Glen), jQj 7s. 

41 Delen, Van, " 'JTie Interior of a Palace," gj x 12^ (Metchowsky), 

^4 4S. 

42 Huysitm. Van, " Flowcis in u glass bowl," 2()l x 24 (Corfax), ^£^28 7s. 

43 Hceni, Do, "Still Life on a Table," 22 x 18^ (Ward), £20 8s. 

44 O.stade, " The Interior of :: Barn, with peasants drinking and dancing," 

151; X 2oi (Cohen), £qg 15s. 

45 Eyndcn, F. Van, " Adonis, .with his hounds at a fountain," 18J x 24^ 

(Grose), jTi IS. 

46 Kauffman, " Christ Blessing Little Children," 35^ x 465 (Turner and 

Sons), £j lis. 6d. 

47 Cortona, " Christ and the Woman of Samaria," 34J x 44 (Turner and 

.Sons), yTi ss. 

48 Bcrchem, " .^ Peasant, Cows, and Goat "; and " The Entombment " 

(Mnynard), £2 iss. 

49 Racburn, "Portrait of David Ingram, Esq.," 2gi x 24^ (Smith), 

£3 ■^s 

50 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. (after), " The Countess Grosvenor," 24^ x igj 

(Mosloy), /;■; ss. 

51 Hals, " Head of a Man, with black dress and hat," 25 x 19 (Davis), 

£i^- 

52 West, Benjamin, P.R.A., " Vcturia, Volumnia, and the noblest matrons 

of Rome before Coriolanus," 44 x 56 (L. Smith), £^ 14s. 6d. 

53 Norwich School, " Forest Scene, with cattle," 27 x 35 (Flear), 15s. 



294 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



54 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady, in blue dress," zgi x 24! 

(Buck), £6 6s. 

55 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady, in black dress," oval, 26 x 23J 

(Nicholson), ;^i6 i6s. 

56 Kneller, Sir G., "Portrait of Queen Mary, holding a spray of orange- 

blossom," 49 X 39j (Abraham), £^ 5s. 

57 Leiy, Sir P., " Portrait of a Lady, with a dog," 48 x 38 (Abraham), 

j(:6o 1 8s. 

58 Ouwater, J., " The Dam at Amsterdam," 24 x 30 (Howard), £^1 los. 

59 Dutch School, " Portrait of a lady, in black dress with puffed sleeves,"' 

ISJ X I2i (Amor), ^^73 los. 

60 Domenichino, " The Holy Family with Angels," 28 x aii (Horrocks), 

£<i 14s. 6d. 

61 Pannini, "Christ Preaching"; and "Saint John Preaching" (Haynes), 

£7 17s- 6d. 

62 Stubbs, G., R.A., " Portrait of Sir Ralph Milbanke," 29^ x 24^ (Horrocks;, 

£3 13s- 6d. 

63 Plaes, D. Van der, ''A Young Girl with a dog and fruit," lof x 14J 

(Maynard), ;^ii iis. 

64 Rembrandt, "Portrait of the Artist, in red dress and black hat," 23 x 18S 

(Lewis), ;^SS 13s. 

65 Romney, " Lady HamllTon, as 'Nature,' " 29 x 24 (Lessar), ;^283 los. 

66 Boucher, " The Fortune-Teller," 22J x i8| (Bouverie), £$ 5s. 

67 Early English School, " Portraits of Admiral Deans, of Huntmgton, and 

of Mrs. Deans," a pair, 34I x 26^ (Shepherd), ;£;'22 is. 

68 Lely, " Portraits of Admiral Sir Edward Collier, and of Lady Collier, 

in blue dress," a pair, 29 x 24 (Lantplough), £^ 4s. 

69 Dutch School, "Portrait of a Lady, in flowered dress," 264 x 2i| 

(l^arsons), £i 4s. 

70 Early English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark coat with 

brass buttons," 29^ x 24I (Parsons), £2 2S. 

71 Early English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in blue coat with 

white stock," 29-i x 24 (Parsons), £2 2s. 
73 Early English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark coat, with 
pink and white vest "; an^J " Portrait of a Gentleman, wearing 
a Masonic chain " (Parsons), £y 7s. 

73 Early English School, " Portrait of a Youth, in blue coat," 17J- x i4i 

(Parsons), £i 3s. 

74 Romney, " Portrait of Miss Vernon, in brown dress," 29! x 24 (Clark), 

/!l2 I2S. 

75 Vivien, J., " Portrait of Lelouchier, Comtesse d'Arco," 31 x 25 (Glazier), 

;£'lO lOS. 

76 Dutch School, " A Seaport, with shipping," laj x 2oi (Glazier). 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

77 Ribera, J. De, " Head of a Saint," 25 x 20J (Riley), £ii los. 

78 Spanish School, " Portrait of a Knight, in armour, with a page,' 

71 X 38 (Renton) ^4 4s 

79 Crome, " The Backwater at Norwich," 9 x 13 (Elliston), £1 2s. 

80 Cradock, L., " Domestic Poultry," 28 x 38 (Wheeler), £6 6s. 

81 Moroni, " Saint Francis and two Monks," 39i x 47^ (Flower), £6 6s 

82 Lancret, " Lovers," a pair, 19! x iij (Renton), j^i6 i6s. 

83 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady, in dark dress, seated," 30 x 24! 

(Nicholson), ;£ri2 "s. 



May 12. rgio. 295 

84 Italian School, " The Holy Family, with Saint John and an Angel," 

3Sins. circular (Collings), £5 5S. 

85 French School. " Group of Figures outside a Mansion," 16 x ij{^ 

(Harries), £2 2s. 

86 English School, " Portrait of Lord Byron, in dark dress," 29 K 2^ 

(Wynne), £^ gs. 

87 Dutch School, " Village Scene, with a foraging party on the march," 

34 X 47 (Renlon), £2^ 6s. 

88 Janssens, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark dress with white collar," 

29I X 23 (Lyall), £» 8s. 

89 French School, " Portrait of Mdlle. d'Aguin," 49 x 38 (Smith), £2gn 

90 Weyden, Van Der, " Ecce Homo," 14! x 10'- (Glen), .£10 los. 

91 Dutch School, " Tric-Trac Players," 17 x 21 (Lewis and Simmons), 

£8 8s. 

92 Palamedes, A., " Cavaliers and Ladies, playing and singing," 20 x 30 

(Eyles), ^136 los. 

93 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady, and her young daughter," 40^ x 30 

(H. Turner), £25 4s. 

94 Early English School, " Portrait of Lady Manners, when a child,' 

unframed, 29J x 24^ (Clark), £2$ 4s. 

95 Bonifaccio, " Christ going to Calvary." 35 x 47 (Parsons), £6 6s. 

96 Murillo, " The Madonna and Child, with Saint Elizabeth and Saint 

John," id} X 14J (Harries), £j. 

97 Italian School, " The Madonna and Child, appearing to Saint Jerome," 

36i X 45! (Vokins), ;^25 4s. 

98 Italian School, " Madonna and Child, with Saint John and children," 

31J X 26 (Harries), £2 2s. 

99 Norwich School, " Woody Landscape, with two cows," 13J x 17 

(Huggins), £■; 7s. 

100 Walscapelle, J., " Fruit," 52 x 39 (Collings), £y 7s 

101 Dutch School, " A Market-woman and figures," 24;- x 2i| (Nicholson), 

£5^ I OS. 

102 Watson, G., P.R.S.A., " Portrait of Miss A. Thompson," 2gi x 24^ 

(Robson), ;£7ii IIS. 

103 Dobson, " Portrait of John Hampden, Esq.," 45 x 36 (Robson), £^0 5s. 

104 Mabuse, " The Madonna and Child," 23 x iy\ (Richardson), ^£'8 8s. 

105 Reynolds, " Portrait of the Artist, in brown cloak," 29J x 24J (Parsons), 

£^5 4s- 6d. 
io5 Early English School, " Portrait of Mrs. Campbell," 29.V x 24J (Wood'. 
.:£;n IIS. 

107 Dutch School, '' Market Figures and Animals," 44 x 56 (Van Duren), 

£3 3S- 

108 Le Sueur, E., "The Sacrifice of Iphigenia " 50 x 70 (Parsons), £7 78. 

109 Boucher (after), " A Nymph and a Shepherd," 35! x 28 (Clark), 

£2$ IS. 
no Constable, J., R.A., " Hampstead Heath," igi x 29.V (Willi.=:), £i(i i6s. 
Ill Teniers, " Villagers Merrymaking," 25!- x 32 (Wagner), j^28 7s. 
iia Teniers, " An Alchemist, with his assistants in a laboratory," 17^ x 24. 

(Sabin), j£'2i is. 

113 Gainsborough. " Portrait of Colonel Cockburn." i:; x 9 (Sinclair), 

£g 19s. 6d. 

114 Ward, J., R.A., " Park Scene, with deer," 8i x 13 (Youngers), £2 2s. 
lis Lawrence, " Portrait of the Duchess of Portland," 27 i 2i» (withdrawm). 
n6 Dutch School, " A Hawking Party," isi x 19 (Van Duren), £i 9e. 



2g6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

The following were sold by order of the Trustees 
of James Keyden, Esq., deceased, late of i, Clare - 
nont Terrace, Glasgow. 

PICTURES. 
117 "Hilly River Scene, with fishermen," 13J x 18 (Lamplough), j8s. 
>i8 Canalctto, " Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice," 40 x 58 (Cohen), 

£l\ MS. 

119 Crome, " Woody L.indscape, with a ruined abbey," 25 x 32 (Falser), 

J20 Crome, " A Woody River Scene," 24J x 30 (withdrawn). 

131 Dutch School, " Frozen River Scene, with figures skating," 18 x 34 

(Wheeler), ^3 3s. 

122 Lance, G., 1853, " Fruit and stuffed birds," 275 x 35^ (Crome), £^ 4s. 

J23 Morland, G., " Shipwrecked Smugglers," 13! x i6i (Wheeler), £2 2S. 

124 Potter, " A Bull, in a landscape," 6:' x 85 (Wagner), ^(^5 15s. 6d. 

125 Teniers, " An Interior, with boors," 17 x 14 (Nicholson), £^ gs. 
J26 Velasquez, " Head of a Boy, with brown dress," 20 x 16I (Maynard), 

^16 i(ys. 
127 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., " Portrait of Thomas Campbell, Poet," 34-; x 27 
(Tagent), £2 ss. 

The property of a gentleman. 

PICTURES. 
3j€ '' Portrait of a Lady, in hashed dress, and lace ruff," oval, 29 x 24^ 

(Cohen), £i 4S. 
329 "Portrait of Marie de Medicis, in black and red dress," 29 x 24 (Robson), 

£^5 'Ss- 
13» '' Portrait of William III. in armour, when young," 40J x 30J 

(Van Duren), £1$ 158. 
J31 " Portrait of Henry Carey, First Lord Hunsdon, K.G."; and " Portrait 

of a Gentleman, with lace collar " (Sheppard), ^£30 9s. 
J32 Breen, A. Van, "A Fete in the Gardens of a Palace," 22 x 31J (Hughes), 

£S 8s. 
133 Dutch School, " Portryit o! John Bradshaw, Esq., a Windsor Herald, ' 

29 X 24 iSlreletski), ;^27 6s. 

J34 Dutch School, " rortr;iits of Ellis Crispc, Esq., and his wife," ova's, 

a pair, 24J x igi (Parsons), ;^S4 12s. 
J35 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady, in green dress, holding a 

bird," 29 X 24 (Clark), £]y 17s. 

136 Goyen, Van, School of, " River Scene," with buildings, boats and figures, 

12J X isJ (Van Duren), £2 as. 

137 Hills, "Rose: A young girl, in white dress," ij x 12 (Parsom), 

:^I2 )2S. 

338 Hogarth, " Portrait of Katherme Vere," 28j x 24 £6 6s. 

139 Holbein (after), " Portrait of Lady Butts," 18 x 14^ (Shepherd), £j(f 19s. 

140 Janssens, C, " Portrait of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham," 

30 X 24J (Lewi.s and Simmons), ^^31 los. 

J41 Lely, " The Music Lesson," oval, 35 x 40 (Cohen), ;^i36 los. 



May 12' 1910. 297 

142 Lcly School, " Portrnit of a Lndy, in blue dress," oval, 29 x 24 (Leggalt), 

143 More, " Portraits of the Earl and Countess of Leicester," a pair, 

23 X 17 (Lewis and Simmons), ;^94 los. 

144 More, " H'jad of Mary, Queen or Scots," y x 5} (Robson), ^^44 2s. 

145 Palamedes, " A Cavalier "; and " Portrait of a Gentleman." small 

whole lengths (Glen), £ig jgs. 

146 Ruysdael, J. Van (after), " A view of Haarlem," 17 x 23} (Cohen), £2 2s. 

147 Snayers, " Cavalry Skirmish ": and " Horsemen," by Borgognone 

(Maynard), £2 125. fid. 

148 Dyck, Van, School of, "Portrait of a Gentleman, in black dress," 

35i "^ -7i (Glen), £2^ 2s. 

149 Dyck, Sir A. Van, (after), "The Children of Chnrles L," 25J x 30 (Cohen!. 

jCi^ 12s. 

150 Velasquez (after), "Head of Queen Mariana,' 17^ x J4 (Nicholson), £a2. 



298 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



May 23, 1910, The following were the property of R. 
[Forbes Carpenter, Esq., and were sold owing to his giving 
up his residence, " Prestwich," io5, Greencroft Gardens, 
West Hampstead, N.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Anderson, R., 1882, "By the Sea-shore," i8j x 27 (Sugden), £n 14s. 

2 Bentley, C, ''Fecamp, Normandy," ii| x 17 (Agnew), ^^4 4s. 

3 Brierly, Sir O. W., 1886, " Boats at Venice," 8 x 12 (Leger), £,{ 14s. 6d. 

4 Campion, G., "Windsor," 11 x 14^ (Agnew), ^n us. 

5 Chambers, G., 1840, " Sunset at sea," 11^ x 15! (Agnew), ;^8 8s. 

6 Cox, D., 1844, " Bettws-y-Coed Churchyard," 14 x 19 (Lewis), £6^. 

7 Creswick, T., R.A., "An Old Windmill," 3J x 5J (Agnew), ;^5. 

8 Davfdson, C, " Autumn," 9I x 13! (Agnew), ^^8 i8s. 6d. 

9 Edridge, H., A.R.A., " Walton Bridge on the Thames," 10 x 14 (Agnew), 

2ri2 I2S. 

10 Fielding, 1838, "Scarborough: Early morning," loh x 15*- (Agnew), 

11 Fripp, G. A., 1865, "Lochnagar, Deeside," 14 x 25 (Agnew), ;^47 5s. 

12 Goodwin, Albert, 1895, "The Crown Lady's Tomb (Taj Mahal), Agra," 

II X IS (Roberts), ;^25 4s. 

13 Goodwin, Albert, 1904, "Winchester Cathedral," 10 x 14^ (Fine Art 

.Society), ^£23 2s. 

14 Goodwin, Albert, 1886, "Requiem," 14 x 20J (Elam), £n 14s. 

15 Goodwin, Albert, 1897, "Notre Oame, Paris," 95 x J4j (Barron), £1$ igs 

16 Goodwin, Albert, " Monastic Buildings, Canterbury," gi x 13 (Leggalt), 

£7 7s- 

17 Haghe, L., " The Interior of the Town Hall, Courtrai, with a Coun- 

cil," loi X I2i (Holland), :^2i. 

18 Holland, J., 1840, "A Street in Lisbon," 14J x loj (Agnew), £^8 fcs. 

19 Hunt, W., "A Study of a Boy," 13! x 7J (Mitchell), £i is. 

20 Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Silver Sea and Silver Birches," 30 x 19-j (Agnew), 

£^8 6s. 
n Newton, A. P., 1878-81, "Hues of Evening," 23I x 40^ (Thomas), 
;^33 I2S. 

22 Newton, A. P., "An Old Bridge," 134 x 19^ (Lister), £1 iis. 6d. 

23 Palmer, Sam, "Morning: The early ploughman," gj- i 62 (Agnew), 

£35 MS- 

34 Palmer, Sam, "The Windmill," 5* x 8 (Agnew), £25 4-s. 

25 Phillip, C. B., 1892, "Lake Haltsr.dt, Tyrol," 27 x i8i (Hook), £3 3s. 

26 Pyne, J. B., 1839, "On the South Coast," 8i x i2i (Agnew), ;^i4 14s. 

27 Robertson, C, "The Pasha's Guard," loj x 7 (Agnew), ;£'io 10s. 

28 Robertson, C, "Calm before a .Storm," 6i x iij (Mitchell), j^ii os. 6d 

29 Thorne-Wake, R., "Beverlr-y Minster, from Westwood," i2i x 36^ 

(Agnew), £57 iss. 

30 Turner, W. (of Oxford), "Harvest Time, near Portsmouth," 23! x 394 

(Agnew), £^2 



May 23, igio. 299 

31 De Wint, P.. "St. Albans," 9I x i4i (Agnew), £^9 155. 

31 De Wfnt, P., "Near Lowther," iij x 18 (Agnew), £66 55. 

PICTURES. 

33 Bradley, J. H., "On the Lagoons, Venice." 131 x 9I (Agnew), £2 3s. 

34 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1846, "In the Gardens of the Paniphili Doria, 

Rome," II X i6| (Agnew), £5 $s. 

35 Hering, G. E., "Brodrick Bay, Isle of Arran : Early dawn," 16 x 23J 

(Hope), £7 7s. 

36 Hering, G. E., "The Coliseum, Rome," 13J x 20 (Agnew), £^ 5s. 

37 Macwhirter, J., R.A., "Loch Hourn and Sound of Sleat," 14 x 25 

(Sampson), ^^17 17s. 

38 Poingdestre, C. H., "On the Road to Civita Vecchia," yj x 13I 

(Bremner), £1 5s. 
34 Wapfner, J. (Munich) " Bait-fishing on the Chiemsee," iq x 36 
(Heyermans). £s7 iss. 



The property of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

40 Austin, S., ".\ Dutch River Scene," 7i x 95 (Hibbert), £S i8s. 6d. 

41 Austin, S., "A Coast Scene," 5J x loj (Agnew), £g 9s. 

42 Collier, T., "The Path over the Moors," loj x 2oi (Leggatt), ;^26 5s. 

43 Green, C, 1864, "A Windy Frolic," 5.J x 8 (Hibbert), £8 8s. 

44 Syer, J., 1870, "On the River Avon," 12 x iSj (Hibbert), j^i2 12s. 

45 Wimperis, E. M., 1899, " The Sedge-gatherers," izj x 19^ (Drake), 

;^I9 IQS. 

46 Wimperis, E. M., 1898, "Old Bridge, near Beddgelert," 13J x 20J 

(Lawrence), £^6 15=. 

PICTURES. 

49 Beavis, R., "The Ferry," i7i x 23I (Allon), ^^5 55. 

50 Isabey, E., "The Alchemist," 7i x gj (Wyatt), £2^ 3s. 

51 Muller, "Young Anglers," 15J x 19I (Wylde), £8 8s. 

52 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., "A Highland Spate," 9x7 (Hook). £3 3s. 

53 Stevens, A., "In the Studio," io| x 8 (Evelyn), ^£'39 i8s. 

54 Wimperis, E. M., " .\ Common scene, with children," 9* x 13! 

(Leverett), £6 63. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

55 Glennie, .\., "\ View in Rome, looking towards the Forum," 16 k .!4J 

(C. Davis), £n 3s. 6d. 

56 Foster, Birket, "A River Scene, with barges: .'^^nset," 5i x 7I (Watts), 

£s- 'a^- 

57 Bach, Guido, 1904, "The Arab School," ^i x 32! (Hibbert), £S 8s. 

58 Fielding, C, "Derwent Water," 7 x 10 (Agnew), £^. 

59 Bough. Sam, R.S.A.. "The Valley o( the Jordan," SJ x 13 (Christie). 

;^II U.S. 

60 Melville, A., A.R.S.A., " The Interior of a Spanish Church," 29I r rS 

(Lis;,^r), £i 3s. 



300 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



6i Macbeth, R. W., R.A., "A Reminiscence of Diana." g| x 13^ (Samp- 
son), j£4 34s. 6d. 

62 Macbeth, R. W., R..'\., " A Rabbit-hulch," g x 13^ (Anderson), £2 12s. 6d. 

63 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., " The Flower-slall," 13 x k) (Sampson), £■; 7s. 
(4 Stothard, T., R.A., "The Enchanted Chair: An illustration to Milton's 

' Comus,' " 12 X 165 (Toogood), j^to 10s. 

65 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., " Near Carlisle," 10 x 17 (Pelers), ;£^2 J2S. 6d. 

66 De Wint, P., " Landscape, with a castle and figures," and " A Town 

on a river," (Vicars), ^^5 $5. 



PICTURES. 

67 Townc, C, " Two Cows by a River," 75 x gf (Elliston), ^£^3 los. 

68 Lloyd, Tom, j88o, "Bringing home the cow and calf." 17I x 35^ 

(Mitchell), ;£i7 17s. 

69 Hardy, F. D., 1884, " Evening," 4} x 6£ (Evan.s), ;^6 6s. 

JO Calvert, E., " Dwellers in Elysian Gardens," loj x 13 (CuUen), ^^17 17s. 

71 Calvert. E., "Psyche," 10 x 14^ (Carfax), ^£^21. 

72 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., "In Time of Peace," 15^ x 29I (Lister), £1^ 13s. 

73 Anthony, Mark, "The Ferry," and "A River Scene, with a windmill 

and :i 1jO;.< " (Harries), ^5 15s. 6d. 

74 Church, F. E., 1857, "The Falls of Niagara," i6| x 36 (Parton), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

75 East, Alfred, A.R..\., "On the Clyde," 4! x lOj (Bremner), ;^i 5s. 

76 Kaulfmann, H., 1888, "Bavarian Courtship," 5^ x 4I (Lindlar), ;^33 12s. 

77 Murray, David, R.A., "On the Clyde," 9J x 17I (L. Barker), £2 '3S- 6d. 

78 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1865, "The Foot of Goatfell," 14 x 18 (Corner), 

£2 2S. 

79 Levis, M., "La Ferme Cherom <i Eragny," u x 15 (Hollings), ^£12 12s. 

80 Goodall, F., R.A., "Bringing home the flock," 14I x 35^ (Huggins), 

81 Webb, J.. "Greenwich," 285 s 59 (Grant), £14 14s. 

82 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., "Dogs and Deer," ii| x 8i (Leggatt), ;£26 5s. 

83 Herring, J. F., sen., 1835, "A Cart-horse in a stable," 2i| x 29J 

(Riley), £s 5s. 

84 Lowcock, C. F., "Contemplation," and "The Love-letter," a pair 

18 X 8 (Fielden), £6 16s. 6d. 

85 Porteus, Edgar, 1876, "Old China," 35^- x 27I (Lister), £^ 13s. 6d. 

86 Porteus, Edgar, "To her," 16^ x 21J (Schroeder), £5 15s. 6d. 

87 Duverger, T. E., "Her first ride," and "A Woody Landscape" (Mitchell), 

£4 JOS. 

88 Walton, F., "All Hallow-Tide," 29J x 49J (Collings), £S 8s. 

89 Arnald, G., A.R.A., "Woody road scene, with pe.-isants, horse.^ and 

carts," 15J X 21 (Lewis), ;^8 8s. 

90 Pastcgo, L., " The 0|u.irrcl," 23 x 31 (Mitchell), ^^5 ijs. 6d. 

91 Koekkoek, H. P., "Woody landscape, with co'ttage," 29J x 46 (Mar 

shall), ;£'i2 12s. 

92 Jones, C, "Waitin),; for the birds to rise," and "Minding the bag, 

a pair, 19 x 29 (Huggins), £25 4s. 

93 Adams, J. Clayton, i«)o6, "The Farm-pond," 27 x 35 (Peter-s), £i^ 4s. 

94 Moreau, Ch., "Cutting out the new suit," J4J x 17J (Evans), £g 9s. 

95 Johnson, C. E., 1884, "Windy wcatTicr," 50 x 70 (NTewman), £25 4s. 



May 23, 1910. 301 

96 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1869 — 82, "Evening in Worcestershire: Malvern 

Hills in the distance," 26 x 40 (Maule), £8^- 

97 Noble, J. S., " Ottor-Hounds," lyl x 17^ (Wood), £n 14s. 

98 Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 1883, "Not such a fool as he looks," 9 x iij 

(Agnew), £3^ los. 

99 Hardy, Heywood, 1862, "Hailing the Ferry," 13 x 21 (Brown), £10 los. 

100 Nicol, J. Watson, 1888, "Embracing an opportunity," 17! x 23J (Lister), 

£26 ss. 

101 Syer, J., "Clifton, Bristol," 25^ x 3Si (McMillan), £2^ 2s. 

102 Murray, David, R.A., "Landscape, with a farm and geese," 17 i 23J 

(Brosvn). £18 i8s. 

103 Murray, David. R.A., "Wind-blown ashes," 17 x 23! (Wicklif), ;^30 gs. 

The following were the property of C. Mylne Barker, 
Esq., late of 65, Westbourae Terrace, W.. 

DRAWINGS. 

104 Angell, H. Coleman, and Coleman, W. S., "Apple-blossom and vases," 

154 X 10 (Mitchell), £;i 13s. 6d. 

105 Collier, T., "A Moorland Scone," y{ x 13I (Gooden and Fox), £16 i6s. 

106 Collier, T., iSSn, " Water-Meadows, " qj x rjj (Brown and Phillips), 

£23 2S. 

107 Collier, T., ".A Comn.on near the Coast," qi x 13^ (Tooth), £zS 5s. 

108 Collier, T., 1873, "The Craftnant Mountains, after rain," it x 18J 

(L. C. Barker), £$ 15s. 6d. 

109 Green, C, 1S88, "Arranging the Flowers," 13* x lo-J (L. C. Barker), 

£ig 19s. 
no Hine, H. G., 1880, "On the Coast near Bexhill," 8J x i3i (Mitchell), 
£5 5s- 

111 Jones, Anna M., 1869, "Windsor Castle from the Thames," i3i x 21 

(L. C. Barker), ^'s >S^- M. 

112 Linton, Sir J. D., 1888, "Beppina," 18 x 134 (K. E. Barker), £1:^ 13s. 

113 Linton, Sir J. D., 1869, "Nerissa," n x 7J (L. C. Barker), £j 13s. 6d 

114 Marks, H. S., R.A., " A Cockatoo," g\ x 4! (Gooden and Fox), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

115 Mogford, J., "The Guernsey Coast," 9 x 19-J (E. B. Harris), £2 12s. 6d. 

116 North, J. W., A.R..A., 1907, "Gorse in bloom," gj x 13^ (Mitchell), 

;£.2 I2S. 

117 Orrock, J., iSSi, "The Estuary of a River, with cattle," 23* x 35! 

(Vicars), £2^ 2s. 

118 Orrock, j., "Branksholm Hall," 9J x 13 (Sole), ;^5 155. 6d. 

119 Philip, C, "Welsh Mountains," 18 x 274 (Bremner), £2 12s. 6d. 

120 Ruskin, J., "The Chateau of Blois," 17 x 12^ (Banting), £^ 4s. 

121 Severn, Arthur, 1883, "Swiss Lake Scene, with a village," i8i x 24! 

(L. C. Barker), £2 10s. 

122 Severn. Arthur, "A Mosque," 24 x 35! (Bremner), £i is. 

PICTURES. 

123 Cole, Vicat, K.A., "The Ford," 23 x 19' (L. C. Barker), ;^i9 19s. 

124 Cole, Vicat, R.A., i88o, "On the Thames," 81 x 13! (Lambert), ;^22 is. 

125 Dicey, F., "Preparing (or a start," 16 x 23J (Bremner), £'j 13s. 6d. 

126 Early Rnf^lish .School, " Portrait of a Gentleman, in blue coat," oval, 

29J X 24J (Sheletskie), j£'24 3s. 



302 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

127 Hayes, E., R.H.A., "Scarborough Fishing-boats," 40 x 59 (Lister), 

;i^32 IIS. 

128 Hayes, E., R.H.A., "Sea Piece, with shipping," io| x 21-J- (Smith), 

£ii IIS. 

129 Hayes, E., R.H.A., " Portmadoc: Low tide," i:5 x 17J- (Leger), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

130 Kneller, " Portrait ot a boy, in blue coat," 28^ x 23! (Smith), ;£io los. 

131 Moore, H., R.A., 1857, "Wild Duck," 8 x iij (Huggins), £s 'Ss- 6d. 

132 Tourrier, A. H., "The Rendezvous: Not coming," 31 x 16J (Bremoer), 

£2 2S. 

The property of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

133 Hopwood, H. S., "A Dutch girl .sewing," 15 x 12^ (Mitchell), £15 155. 

134 Jackson, F. W., "Richmond Castle," 7 x 10 (Innes), £2 2S. 

13s Knight, Harold, ".Scarborough Harbour," and "The Road to the beach " 
(Bremner), los. 6d. 

136 Major, F., "A Fish Sale at Staithes," 39 x 49J (Lance), £y ys. 

137 Mayor, F., "A Winter evening," 15-J x 19J (Sampson), £2 2s. 

PICTURES. 

138 Charles, J., "East Ashling," 17;- x 23I (Evelyn), ;£'i2 12s. 

139 Charles, J., "A Scene in Sussex," 14 x 20J (Sampson), £10 los. 

140 Charles, J., "Study of a girl's head," 11 x 8 (Wells), £4 14s. 6d. 

141 Fishfjr, Mark, " A I-ock," 17 x 23 (Vincent), ;£,'3i los. 

142 Fisher, Mark, 1888, "On >he Common," 13I x i8| (Cretal), ;^i8 18s. 

143 Fisher, Mark, "Landscape, with cattle," gj x iij (West), ;^i7 17s. 

144 Friedenson, A., "A Summer breeze," 13I x 20J (West), £18 i8s. 

145 Hill, Rowland H., 1906, "The Primrose-Bank," 23J x 19} (Mitchell), 

£7 7s- 

146 Jackson, F. W., " Discussing the night's catch," 33 x 48 (Webb), 

j^i6 i6s. 

147 Jackson, F. W., "Ploughing the headland," 33 x 48 (Grant), ;^i6 i6s. 

148 Jackson, F. W., "A Summer sea: landing fish," igi x 29 (Sampson), 

£9 9s. 

149 La Thangue, H. H., A.R.A., "A Peasant girl," 17^- x iij (Oliver), 

£14 14s. 

150 Mann, Harrington, 1897, "Mona," 12 x 8| (Oliver), £7 7s. 

151 Muirhead. David, "Evening," 15I x 19} (Evans), ^^3 13s. 6d. 

152 Priestman, B., "Green Fodder," ij\ x 20 (Dubbley), £6 6s. 

153 Solomon, Solomon J., R.A., " Head of a Girl," 19^ x 13J (Wells), ;£;io los 

154 Stott, E., A.R.A., 1886 " Marguerites," 24I x 19I (Maddocks), ;^i8 i8s. 



May 24, 1910. 303 



May 24, 1910. The following formed a portion of 
the stock of Messrs. Frost and Reed, of 8, Clare Street, 
Bristol, and were sold owing to the retirement of Mr. 
Reed. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

DRAWINGS. 
I Artz, Constant, " Duck,<; by a Stream," iij x i8 (Mitchell), £6 6s. 
3 Artz, Constant, " The Young Brood," lo x 17J (Mitchell), ;^s 5s. 

3 Artz, Constant, " Ducks in a Meadow," 10 x 17J- (Pettit), j^6 6s. 

4 Don, Martino, Del, " The South Aisle," and " The High .■Mtar, St. 

Peter's, Rome," a pair, iSJ x 12^ (Willis), ^8 8s. 

5 Groenewegen, A. T., " A Road near a Canal," 10 x 14 (Pettit), £g 9s. 
5 Groenewegen, A. T., " A Sunny Corner," 7 x 10 (Gooden and Fox), 

7 Guidotti, " Venice," 14° x 72 (Evans), ^3 3s. 

8 Neve, A., " Rivo digli Schiavoni, Venice," 7s x 14J (Newman), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

9 Neve, A., " Venice: Entrance to the Grand Canal," 6i x 125 (Leger), 

£3 3s- 

10 Rip, \V. C., " The Three Mills," 14J x 22 (Willis), ^9 9s. 

ij Rip, W. C, " A Canal Scene, with boats," gl x 13} (Willis), £^ 15s. 6d. 

12 Rip, W. C, " Mills at Zerenhuiran," gj x 13J (Pettit), £y 7s. 

13 Steelink, W., " Returning from Pastures," 18J x 25 (Elliott), ;£^i8 i8s. 

14 Steelink, W., " The Shepherdess," 24 x 17 (Elliott), j^26 55. 

15 Steelink, W., "Sheep Grazing: Evening," loi x 18J (Willis), ;^I2 12s. 

16 Tronip, J. Zoctelii'f. " Homeward," 9 x 13 (Nelson), ^8 8s. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 
DRAWINGS. 

17 Ackermann, G., J906, " .An Old Cottage, Dorset," 9I x 13! (Legcr), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

18 AUingham, H., " On the Lido, Venice," 5 x 75- (Evans), £2 iss. 

19 AUingham, H., " On the Lagoons, Venice," 5 x 7J (Evans), ;^3 los. 

20 Ball, Wilfrid, 1905, " St. Lo," 10 x 7 (Robinson and Wilde), ^5 los. 
ai Branwhite, C, 1856, " A Summer Afternoon, North Wales," 22 x 36! 

(de Moleyns), ;£a6 5s. 6d. 

32 Brittan, C. E., " Near Nosworthy Bridge, Dartmoor "; and '' Among 

the Cuihullin Hills, Isle of Skyc," a pair, 20 x 28J (Willis). £\g jgs. 

33 Brittan C. E,, "Near Belstone, Dartmoor"; and "Black Tor, near 

Princetown," a pair, 18 x 26 (Sampson), £iy 17s. 

34 Brittan C. E., " The Road to Princetown near Two Bridges," 18 x 26 

(Prescott), i:i8 18s. 

35 Brittan C. E., " Leather Tor "; and " Black Tor and Princetown 

Church," a pair, qJ x 13J (Mein), ^8 i8s. 6d. 



304 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

26 Brown, M. Cooper, "Returning to the Fold"; and "The Old Mill" 

(Newman), j^2 12s. 6d. 

27 Brown, M. Cooper, "Moonlight": and ''Autumn Even" (Sampson), 

£.2 2S. 

28 Brown, M. Cooper, "Golden Autumn: Evening," and "The End of the 

Day," a pair, 7^ x 12J (Mein), £z 12s. 6d. 

29 Brown, M. Cooper, "The Road across the Moor"; and "Chill October," 

a pair, ^\■ x i2| (Leger), £■}, 3s. 

30 Brown, M. Cooper, "Sunset on the Coast, Largo Bay," and "Silvery 

Twilight " (Main), £2. 12s. 6d. 

31 Brown, M. Cooper, "Returning from Pastures," g| x gj (Mein), £2. 2s. 

32 Brown, M. Cooper, "A Pastoral"; and ''Returning to the Fold: 

Winter " (Mein), ^^i iis. 6d. 

33 Casley, W., " A Cornish Headland," 25^ x 15! (Hodgson), £^ 14s. 6d. 

34 Casley, W., " At Pentraeth, the Lizard, Cornwall," 6-J- k 13I (Wallis), 

35 Collier, T., " Low Tide on the Suffolk Coast," gi x 13* (Page), £11, 13s. 

36 Dolland, W. Anstey, "A Favourite Author," 18 x 11 (Leger), £\t, 2s. 6d. 

37 Elgood, G. S., 1906, " Preston Cottage, near Strattord-on-Avon," 

13J X 10 (Robinson and Wilde), £% gs. 

38 Elgood, G. S., 1006, " Chrysanthemums," 8i x 6J (Lewis), £^ 5s. 

39 George, Ernest, A.R.A., '« The Interiors of Burgos and Milan Cathedrals," 

a pair, 13J x 9I (Huet), £t) gs. 

40 Hardy, J., Jun., 1870, "In Reserve: A Gillie, with fresh dogs," 

20 X 28 (Willis), 4^50 8s. 
4! Hardy, J., Jun., 1856, " The Bird's Nest," SJ x 12I (Evans), £'& 8s. 

42 Hardy T. B., " Venice," SJ x 18 (Cassell), £\i os. 6d. 

43 Hardy, T B., " Portsmouth Harbour," 74 x 12 (Oliver), £'x, 13s. 6d. 

44 Hardy, T B., 1804, " Bamborough Castle," 7 x 11 (Cass), £^ 17s. 6d, 

45 Hardy, T. B., 1894, " On the Coast of Northumberland," 7 x ii 

(Sampson), .^5 15s. &d. 
4b Hardy, T. B., " On the Lagoons, Venice," 5x7 (Robinson and Wilde), 
£■2. i2s. 6d. 

47 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1907, " A Sharp Look-out," 17 J x 264 (Harley), 

^"65 2S. 

48 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., igsg, " Jogging Along," 17J x 2&\ (Evans), 

£li 8s. 

49 Jackson, S. P., i8st, " The Wreck," gj x 14 (Cass), ^9 gs. 

50 Leitch, W. L., " Fields at South Hampstead," lo x 20 (Evans), 

£l •7S- W- 

51 Lowe, R. A., " The Morning Tide "; and " Off the Isle of Wight," a 

pair, 13 X 20J (Amor) £2, 2s. 

52 Macwhirter, J., R.A., " A Glimpse of the Gr.irapian Hills," igj x 13 

(Evans), £\(i i6s. 

53 Macwhirter, j., K.A., " The Valley of the Spey, near Kinrara," gj x \-t,% 

(Cassell), £11 IIS. 

54 Macwhirter, J., R.A., " The Wild North Coast, Sutherlandshire," gJ x 13J 

(Keele), /T? 7s. 

55 Macwhirter J., R.A., " Salcombe, Devonshire," gJ x 13J (Keele), £iz 12s. 

56 Macwhirter, J., R.A., "Monaco: The Riviera," gi x 13! (Cassell), 

£\i IIS. 

57 Macwhirter, J.. R.A , " The Old Fort near Antibes," 5I x 7I (Leger), 

£-^ 13s. fd. 



May 24, 1910. 305 

58 Macwhirter, J. R.A., " The Old Church and Town of Hyferes," s£ x 7} 

(Evans), £4 4s. 

59 Macwhirter, J., R.A., " In Glen Strath Farar, near Beauly," 10 x 7 

(Evans), j£;i3 13s. 

60 Macwhirter, J., R.A., " The Riviera, looking to Mentone," 6f x gf (Cass), 

£4 4s ■ 

61 Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Lake Como, looking to Lecco," 65 x gf (Browne), 

£6 6s. 

62 Macwhirter, J. R.A., " Mount Etna from Taormina," 61 x gj (Repton), 

£b 16s. 6d. 

63 Macwhirter, J., R.A., " The Fountain, Chiavenna," 5! x 7J (Ireland), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

64 Macwhirter, J., R.A., "Shower and Sunshine, Lake of Como"; and 

" The Chapel, Lugano," a pair, 4I x 6i (Repton), ^£^5 15s. 6d. 

65 Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Italian Garden, Como," 6| x 4; (Evans), £^ 4s. 

66 Mason, F. H., " A Barge in Yarmouth Roads "; and " Off Calais," a 

pair, 6x9 (Barron), £6 6s. 

67 Mason, F. H., "A Fair Wind," and "Passing the Headland," a pair, 

6x9 (Leger), £^ 14s. 6d. 

68 Mason, F. H., " Off Scarborough "; and " Off Vlaardinger," a pair, 

6x9 (Barron), £7 ys. 

69 Mason, F. H., " Off Calais " and " Off the Forelands," a pair, 6 .x 9 

(Evans). £6 i6s. 6d. 

70 Mason, F. H., "A Lagoon, Venice "; and " Off Whitby," a pair, 6x9 

(Prescott), ;^ii OS. 6d. 
7J Meason, W. F., " The Harvest-Waggon "; and " The Golden Grain " 
(Cassell), £7 17s. 6d 

72 Meason, W. F., '' Harvest-Time," a pair, 5 x 14 (Abeles), ^5 15s. 6d. 

73 Nicholls, G. F., " Wickhampton Mill, Worcestershire," gj x 14 (Leger), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

74 Nicholls, G. F., " Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire," iij x 8J 

(Browne), £2 13s. 6d. 

75 Palmer, Sutton, " On the Wye at Symonds Yat," loj x 14^ (Cassell), 

£J3 13s- 

76 Palmer, Sutton, " Chepstow Cliff," loi x 14^- (Bullock), ;^'i2 12s. 

77 Pyne, J. B., " Whitby," 13 x ig (Evans), ^£,"13 2s. 6d. 

78 Rowden, Tom. " Glen Almond, Perthshire," g| x 15J (Slade), £'i 13s. 6d. 

79 Shapland, J., " The Coast near Newquay, Cornwall," igi x 30 (Keele), 

^6 6s. 

80 Shapland, J., " Under Belstone Tors "; and " The Coach Road near 

Land's End," a pair, 11^ x i8i (Keele), £^ 14s. 6d. 
8t Shapland, J., " The Coast near Norcot, Bude "; and " The Sands ac 
Bude," a pair, 7I x 21J (Keele), £s 155. 6d. 

82 Sycr, J., 1854, " The River Avon, Bristol," 13 x 20 (V,arren), £10 :os. 

83 Topham, F. W., 1846, " Galway Peasant-Girls," 13 x gj (Evans), £6 6s. 

84 Watson, W. R C, 1905, " On the Cliff, Lamorna Cove, Cornwall," 

8 X gJ (Mitchell), £6 6s. 
8s Watson, W. R. C, 1905, " Cattle at a Cornish Stream," 8 x gi 
(Cassell), £7 7s. 

86 Weedon, A. W., " Fittleworth Lock," qi x 14 (Huggins), £e, ss. 

87 Widgery, F. J.. "High Tide on the Teign, above Coombe Cellars," 

iij X 18 (Money), £2 2s. 



3o6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

88 Widgery, F. T., " Amicombe Hill, ■ Dartmoor," and "The Valley of 
the Exe, from Woodbury Common," a pair, 105 x 14J (Mein), 
£,i, 14s. 6d. 

8g Wimperis, E. M., 1897. " On the Conway," 17J x 26 (Bowden), £,^-}, is. 

90 Wimperis, E,. M., " A Welsh Moor," 12 J x 20J (Best), ;^i5 15s- 

91 Wimperis, E. M., 1873, " A Yorkshire Moor," SJ x 14^ (Keele), ;^6 6s. 

92 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " The Black Prince," loj x \z\ (Huggins), jQw iis. 
^3 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., " Portland Roads," 4a x 155 (Mitchell), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

94 Brown, M. Cooper, " Evening," 9J x iif (Mein), £^ 4s. 

95 Collins, C, " Cattle under the .^pp^e-Blossom," iij x 17J (Nashi, 

£(i i6s. 6d. 

96 Collins, C, "Spring: Cattle and May-blossom," a pair, gj x 13^ (Evans), 

;^II IIS. 

97 Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1899, " Pilchards," 11 x 19I (Cassell), 

;£;i4 3s. 6d. 

98 Hait^, F. C, "A Wayside Inn, Granada," 24 x 15J (Melling), £% 8s. 

99 Hait^, G. C, " Granada," 24 x 15J (Gill), ;^7 7s. 

joo Hardy, Heywood, " Throwing Hounds into Cover," 23J x 35 (Sampson), 

£^^■ 

loi Hardy, Heywood, " View Hulloa," 235 x 35 (Sampson), £,1^2. 

102 Hardy, J., Jun.f 1867, " Lunch-Time," 11^ x gj (Evans), ;^ig 19s. 

103 Hurt, L. B., " Highland Cattle," 15 x 25 (Huggins), jCzS 7s. 

104 Jacquet, G., " Clarissa," \2\ x 9 (Sampson), ^£^34 13s. 

105 Jones C, " Pleasant Pastures: Two cows and three sheep," 11 x 19 

(Cox), £1% 18s. 

106 Knowles, G. Sheridan, " Fairy Tales," 175 x \\\ (Lister), ^^13 13s. 

107 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1882, " Sunset after Rain," 19 x 29 (Maule), 

£\\c^ los. 

108 Leighton, E. Blair, i8gi, " Lay thy sweet hand in mine, and trust 

in me," 59 x 41 (Sampson), £'i(s'l 10s. 

109 Lloyd, Stanley, " Exercising Hounds," 10 x 16J (Col. Hicks), £2 12s. 6d. 
no Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Misty Gleams, Glen Sannox," 31^ x 47^ (Heape), 

-Ill Macwhirter, J., R.A., " Flowing Down to the Sea," 133 x 47 (Newton), 
;^59 6s. 

112 Meadows, A., 1902, " Fishing-Craft at Anchor, Venice," 11} x 19 

(Huggins), j^g 19s. 6d. 

113 Rivers, Leopold, " Church End, Flitwick, Beds.," 16 x 25!- (Mitchell), 

£1 /s. 

114 Schiifer, H. T., 1888, " Poetry," 22 x 15J (Sampson), £\oi 19s. 

115 Shaw, Walter, "Pentyre Head, Padstow," ig x 40 (Mitchell), £9 gs. 

116 Stuart, Charles, " In a Scotch Deer-Forest," and " Sunbeams," a pair 

23a '^ '7a (Lister), £-2.ci 8s. 

117 Watson, G. R., 1908, " Highland Sheep on a Hillside," 17I x 23^ 

(Lister), ;^5 ss. 

118 Watson, W. J., igoS, " On the Lledr, North Wales," \$\ x 2Si 

(Mitchell), ;^14 14s. 

119 Watson, W. J., "-Sheep on the Banks of the Lledr, North Wales," 

"Si X 2Si (Mitchell), ^^13 13s. 
J20 Watson, W. J., 1904, " Cattle and Sheep in th-? Lledr Valley, North 
Wales," a pair, 12J x 18^ (Cox), ^^33 12s. 



May 24, 1910. 307 

121 & 122 Watson, \V. R. C, igi'.S, "On Cape Cornwall," 13I x 17J; 
and " On the Cliffs. Cornwall," 13^ x 17J (Mitchell), £15 155. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

123 Goodwin, H., 1909. " Evening .Shadows, Canterbury," 10 x 13! (Bullock), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

124 Goodwin, H., 1907, " Goschinen," g x iij- (Leger), ^2 12s. 6d. 

125 De Wint, P., " .\ Woody River Scene, with a rustic bridge "; and 

" Farm Buildings," black and white (Sampson), £1 is. 

126 Braakensiek, J., " In Custody," black and white, 335 x 23 (Rods), 15s. 

127 Schaik, W. Van, " A Town on a River," charcoal, 16 x 21J (Roos), 6s. 

128 Mole, J. H., 1859, "Stranded Boats"; and ''A View in the Campagna," 

by Augustus Hare (Turner), £2. 

PICTURES. 
I2g Schelthout, A., " A Frozen River Scene, with figures skating," 14 x 21 
(Hughes), £y 17s. 6d. 

130 Luker, W., 1863, " In the Desert," 6 x 4J (Mitchell), £2 $3. 

131 O'Neil, H., A.R.A., 1885, " Devotion," oval, 13J x iij (Mitchell), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

132 Turner (Style of), " Venice," 17} x 235 (Sampson), £$ 5s. 

133 Verwee, L. J., " Sheep and Poultry," ig\ x 295 (Sampson), ;^5 5s. 

134 Niemann, E. J., 1870-5, " Cheddar Cliffs," 24 x 33 (Turner), £s js. 



The property of a lady. 

DRAWINGS. 

135 Cattermole, G., " Hawthornden, Roslyn Castle," 175 x 25 (Evans), 

£1 15s- 

136 Cox, D., " The Interior of the Picture Gallery, Aston," io4 x 14^ 

(Falser), £2 2s. 

137 Fielding, C, "Off the Coast: Storm clouds clearing off," 6J x g\ 

(Sampson), £2 2s. 

138 Foster, Birket, " Eton," 7* x loj (Evans), £;io 9s. 

139 Fripp, G.A., " Southend," 14^ x 25 (Vokins), ;^6 6s. 

140 Hunt, W., 1821, " The Dining-Hall of the Earl of Essex," gj x 13! 

(Falser), ;^3 3s. 
147 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., " Irish Washerwomen," 5J x S\ (Lister), £2 155. 

142 Sherrin, J.. "A Dead Partridge," loj x I2| (Evans), ;^5 53. 

143 Stocks, W. F., 1863, "A Scene in .Mexandra Park," 13^ x gj (.^beles), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

144 Weir, Harrison, " Fruit," a pair, 9 x iif (Turner), £1 iis. 6d. 

145 Weir, Harrison, 1S66, " Rabbits," 9^ x 13J (Turner), £1. 

146 Weir, Harrison, " Pigeons," six in one frame (Mitchell), ;^i. 

PICTURES. 

147 Dclen, Van, " Church Interiors, with figures," a pair, 4J x 4} (Leger), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

148 Frith, W. P.. R.A.. " The New Model," gj x 8i (Mitchell), £3 13s. 6d. 



3oS ART PRICES CURRENT. 

149 Frith, W. P., R.A., " In Church," io| x 8| (Evans), £i 8s. 

150 Heijligers, A. F., 1864, "In the Kitchen," 23 x 17J (Gooden and Fox), 

;^ii OS. 6d. 

151 Pettitt, J. P., 1871, " Bolton Abbey," 17^ x 23J (Mitchell), £3 3s. 

152 Pettitt, J. P., 1871, " Barden Beck, Yorkshire," 131 x 21J (Mitchell), 

^3 13s- 6d. 



May 25, 1910. 309 



May 25, 1910. Engravings of the Early English School, 
the property of Dr. J. S. Joule, of 12, Westbourne Terraci 
Road, W., and other properties. 

MODERN ENGRAVINGS. 

1 "William Harvey," by C. VValtner, remarque proof (Rimell), 5s. 

2 "Mrs. Carmichael Smith," after Romney, by Scott Bridgwater — artist's 

proof (Agnew), £,1 12s. 6d. 

3 " Mrs. Lee Acton," by and after the same — artist's proof (Gooden and 

Fox), ^10 los. 

4 "Lady Arabella Ward," after and by the same, artist's proof CAgnew), VJ2. 

5 "Lady Milner," after the same, by W. Henderson — artist's proof (Col 

naghi), £,7. 12s. 6d. 

6 "Lady Hamilton as '.\ Bacchante'," after Romney, by T. G. Apple- 

ton — artist's proof (Amor), j^i7 6s. 6d. 

7 "Madame de Crespigny," after the same, by W. Henderson — artist's 

proof (Leggatt), £.\ is. 

8 "Mrs. Russell and child," after the same, by R. B. Parkes — artist's 

proof (Pollard), \Kfi. 

9 "Lady Waldegrave," after Gainsborough, by J. B. Pratt — artist's proof 

(Agnew), ^6 6s. 

OLD MEZZOTINT PORTRAITS, &c. 

10 "A Young Lady at her toilette," after G. Watson, by J. Young 

(Cipriani), £,i^ 4s. 

11 " Mi.ss Stuart," after Willison, by \'. Green, first state (Cipriani), ^£"3 3s. 

12 "The Falconer," after Northcote, by S. W. Reynolds (Sabin), £.\i 7s. 6d. 

13 "Mrs. Richards," after Gainsborough, by J. Spilsbury — first published 

state (Sabin), £,\ iis. 6d. 

14 " Lady Mulgrave," after Hoppner, by G. Clint — .second state (Parker), 

£', 4S- 
JS "Mrs. Siddons as 'Zara,' " after Lawrence, by J. R. Smith, from the 
Windsor Castle collection (Parker), £(, 15s. 6d. 

16 "The children of Grey Cooper," after Gardner, by T. Watson (Vaughan), 

£.t, 14s. 6d. 

17 "Charles, Viscount Townshend," after Kneller, by j. Smith — first state, 

from the Windsor Castle collection (Williams), jQ-j 7s. 

18 "Nicolas Cosimo," after and by the same — first state, from the saniff 

collection (Williams), £2. 2S. 

19 "Edward Jenner," by and after J. R. Smith (Sabin), ^5 5s. 

20 "I")r. Richard Busby," after Riley, by J. Watson; and "William Wilb?r 

force," after Rising, by C. Hodges — proof (Agnew), j^'g gs. 
31 "Right Hon. William Windham," after Hoppner, by W. Say — prool 

(Agnew), £-\ \%^. 6d. 
33 "Hon. Alexander Abercrombie," after Raeburn, by G. Dawe — proof 

before any letters (Leggatt), £^ 14s. fid. 



3IO ART PRICES CURRENT. 

23 "General Sir George Beckwith," after Eckstein, by S. W. Reynolds 

(Burke), j£'.-? 3s. 

24 "Lord Londonderry," after Lawrence, by H. Meyer, proof before any 

'letters (Davis). ^8 i8s. 6d. 

25 "Lord Porchester," after Beechey, by \V. Say — open letter proof (Gra 

ham), ^i 15s. 

36 "Right Hon. George Canning," after Hoppner, by J. Young — first state, 

with untrimmed margin (Beal), j^i8 i8s. 

37 "John Philpot Curran," after Lawrence, by J. R. Smith — first fifty 

(Beal), ;£:33 12s. 

38 "The Duke of Wellington," after Hoppner, by G. Clint — open letter 

proof (Davis), jC'i 14s- 6d. 
19 "Lord Clive," after N. Dance, stipple, by F. Bartolozzi — proof, from 

the Windsor Castle collection (Maggs), ;^I3 13s. 
30 "Admiral Lord Graves," stipple, by F. Bartolozzi — proof before any 

letters, from the same collection (Suckling), ;£"g gs. 
ji "Admiral John Payne," after Hoppner — open letter proof (Ellis and 

Smith), p£7i4 14s. 

32 ".\dmiral Richard Kempenfeidt," after Kettle, by R. Earlom, first 

state (Robinson and Wilde), jC7 7s. 

33 "Admiral Roddam," after Abbott, by H. Hudson — proof before any 

letters, from the Windsor Castle collection (Greville), ^7 7s. 

34 "Admiral Sir George Brydges Rodney," after H. Barron, by V. Grejn 

(Davis), ^22 IS 

35 "Captain Sir Richard Pearson," after Grignion, by J. Watson — first 

State (Greville), ^10 los. 

36 ''Portrait of an Admiral," mezzotint, proof before any letters (Sabin), 

£8 8s. 

37 "Admiral Lord Hood," after L. F. Abbott, by V. Green — from Oi-i 

Windsor Castle collection (Rimell), ;i£,"ii os. 6d. 

38 "Admiral Sir Peter Parker," after and by the same (Robinson and 

Williams), £^ iss. 6d. 

39 "The Hon. George Cranfield Berkeley," after Gainsborough, by H. 

Birche — first state (Agnew), ;£r26 5s. 

40 "Admiral Lord Howe," after Singleton, by S. W. Reynolds — open lettei 

proof (Parker), ;^i6 i6s. 

41 "Captain John Harvey," after G. Stuart, by J. Murphy — from the 

Windsor Castle collection (Burgess), p£Js 5s. 

42 "Admiral Hyde Parker," after Northcote, by J. R. Smith— first sttue, 

with untrimmed margin (Higgins), ;^3i los. 

43 "Admiral Viscount Exmouth," after Beechey, by C. Turner — open letter 

proof (Cross), £6 6s. 

44 "Earl St. Vincent," after Gabriel Stuart, by J. R. Smith— first state 

(Maggs), ;£'i4 14s. 

45 "Lord Nelson," after J. Hoppner, R./\., by C. Turner— first state 

(Greville), £$2 10s. 

46 "The British Naval Victors," by Valentine Green— printed in colours 

(Rimell), £g gs. 

After G. ROMNEY. 
Unfrained. 

47 "Lord Mountstuart," by Bartolozzi; "Head of Lady Hamilton," and 

two others (Fard), £1 iSs. 



May 25, 1910. 31 r 

48 "Isaac Reed," by W. Dickinson; and "John Heniker," by H. Hudson 

(F. D.-iniell), £1 los. 

49 "Dr. Richard I'arnicr," anu "Dr. W'iUon, Bishop of Bristol," by ,1. 

Jones (Gould), los. 

50 "Dr. Markham," by J. Ward — proof; and "The Rev. Mr. Garrow,"" 

by Hodges (Pearce), ;^i is. 

51 "William Paley," and "The Rev. S. Parr," by J. Jones (Breun), los. 6d. 

52 "The Hon. Charles Greville," by H. Meyer; and "The Earl of 

Cardigan," by J. Grozer (Vaughan), ;^i los. 

53 "Lord Petre," stipple by A. Freschi; and another — proofs (Breun), los. 6d. 

Framed. 

54 "Mr. Eyles Irwin," by J. Walker; and "Dr. Richard Watson," by J 

Jones (Breun), £1 12s. 

55 "Ozins Humphrey," by V. Green — first state (Ellis and Smith), j£io ids. 

56 "Abraham Newland," by T. Grozer — printed in colours (.\gnew), £S 8s.. 

57 "William Hayley," by J. Jacobs — with full margin (.-Vgnew), £6 i6s. 6d. 

58 "Mr. Henderson as 'Macbeth'," by J. Jones — first state (Cross), ;^i is. 
^•1 " Jninf's Thomas Paine," by J. Dean (Cross), £2 2s. 

60 "James Mingay, Esq." by C. Hodges — second state (Cross), ;^i is. 

61 "Thomas, Lord Grantham," by W. Dickinson — first published state- 

(Agnew), ^4 14s. 6d. 

62 "Charles, Duke of Richmond," by J. Watson — first state (Davis), £^ 43. 

63 & 64 "George, Earl of Stamford," by G. Keating; and "Henrietta, 

Countess of Stamford," by the same (Davis), £13 2S. 6d. 

65 "George, Duke of Marlborough," whole-length, by J. Jones — second state- 

(Mrs. Bingley), £i^ 14s. 6d. 

66 "Caroline, Duchess of Marlborough," whole-length, by J. Jones (Beal), 

;^50 8s. 

67 "Lord Thurlow," whole-length, by W. Dickinson — first published state 

(Cross), £1 IS. 

68 "Charles, Lord Hawkesbury," by T. Murphy — first state (Greville), £8 Ss. 

69 "Lord George Germaine," by J. Jacobs — first state (Greville), ^8 8s. 

70 "John, Earl of Westmorland," by J. Jones — first state (Baker), £3 3s. 

71 "Right Hon. Henry Dundas," whole-length, by J. Young — first state- 

(Dighton), ^8 i8s. 6d. 

72 "David Scott, Esq., M.P.," whole-length, by J. Young (Taylor), £1 is. 

73 "Right Hon. Thomas Orde," by J. Jones — first state (Huggins), £16 i6s. 

74 "Admiral Sir Hyde Parker," by C. Townley — with untrinimed margin 

(Parker), ;£:24 3s. 

75 "Major-General Charles Stuart," by J. Grozer — proof with wide margirv 

(Scott). £i, ss. 

76 " Adjniral the Hon. John Forbes," by C. Townlc} — proof (Harvey),. 

£2 iss. 

77 "General James Stuart," by C. Hodges — open letter proof (.^gnew), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

78 ".\dmiral .Augustus Keppel," by W. Dickinson (Agnew), .^8 i8s. 6d. 

7q "John Walter Tempest," whole-length, by J. Walker- -second state, with 

untrimmed margin (Howard), £^^ 12s. 
80 "Right Hon. Edmund Burke," by J. Jones — second state (Smith), £50 8s. 
8i "Right Hon. William Pitt," by J. Jones — second state (Davis), 

j£;i4 3s. 6d. 
82 "The Countess of Bute," stipple by Bartolozzi — proof before any letters 

(Ward), £i is. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



83 "Mrs. Crouch," by F. Bartolozzi ; "Head of Lady Hamilton," by C. 

Watson; and "Mrs. Tighe," by the same (Pollard), jC5 5s. 

84 "The Seamstress" (Miss Vernon), stipple by T. Cheesman — in bistre 

f.^mor), 3^10 los. 

85 "The Spinster," (Lady Hamilton), stipple by T. Cheesman — in bistre 

(Thompson), ;£^2i. 

86 "Mrs. Jordan as 'The Romp"," stipple by J. Ogborne — in b=str^ 

(Vaueh--2n), /T? I7s. fi'l. 

87 "Lady Hamilton as 'A Bacchante'," by C. Knight (Vaughan). ^4 14s. 6d. 
■88 "Serena" (Miss Sneyd), by J. R. Smith — second state (Greville). £12 12s. 

89 "The Clavering Children," by J. R Smith (Eyles), £2?, 4s. 
go "The Countess of Westmorland," by J. Jones — engraver's proof (Wood), 
£5 Ss. 

91 "Nature" (Lady Hamilton), by J. R. Smith — second state, \vith full 

margin (Taylor), ;iC73 los. 

92 "The Hon. Mrs. North," by J. R. Smith — first state (Hunter), ^^52 los. 

93 "The Hon. Mrs. Beresford, ' by J. Jones (Ward), £21. 

94 "Elizabeth. Countess of Derby," by J. Dean (Ward), ;^39 18s. 

95 "Lady Charlotte Legge," by J. Grozer — first published state (Wilson), 

£52 I OS. 

96 ''The Countess of Carlisle." by J. Walker — second state (Wilson), £TiS i8s. 

97 "Mrs. Musters," by James Walker (Morton), £^2 los. 

98 "Miss Benedetta Ramus," by W. Dickinson — second state (Walker), 

^52 lOS. 

99 "Miss Cumberland," by J. R. Smith — second state (Coventry), ^£^73 los. 

100 "Mrs. Carwardine and child," by J. R. Smith — engraver's proof (Cotton), 

£42. 

101 " Mrs. Stables and children," by J. R. Smith — first state (Colnaghi), ;£r378. 

102 "The Cower Family," by J. R. Smith — first state (Pearce), ;^2io. 

103 "II Penseroso" and "L'Allpgro," by G. Keating (Cross), £^ 4s. 

After SIR J. REYNOLDS. 

104 "Sir Jeffery Amherst," by J. Watson — second state (Greville), £s 15s. 6d 

105 "Captain John Lockhart," by J. McArdell — second state (Robinson and 

Wilde). £7 -s. 

106 "George, Earl Spencer," by C. Townley— from the Windsor Castle col- 

lection (Blythe), j^io los. 

107 "Sir Brooke Boothby," by J. R. Smith— engraver's proof, from the same 

collection (Huggins), jC."; .iS. 

108 ".Admiral Charles Saunders," by J. McArdell— second state, from the 

same collection (Agnew), £^ 5s. 

109 "Lord George Sackville," by J. McArdell— first published state, from 

the same collection (Gooden and Fox), £~ 7s. 
DO "Dr. Johnson," by W. Doughty (Parsons), £g 19s. 6d. 

111 "Laurence Sterne," by E. Fisher— first state, from the Wind.<;or Castle 

collection (Agnew), ;^'ii os. 6d. 

112 "Warren Hastings," by Thomas Watson (Pearson), ^^'ig 19s. 

J13 "Colonel Tarleton," whole-length, by J- R- Smith— first state (Sabin), 

^101 17s. 
IJ4 "Captain Lord Robert Manners," whole-length, by W. Dickinson — proof 

bofore any letters (Pearson), ^^58 l6s. 
JIS "Hon. Miss Bingham," stipple by F. Bartolozzi— printed in colours 

(Beal). £^Q 18s. 



May 25, 1910. 313 

116 "Lady Catherine Manners," stipple by T. Gaugain — in bistre (Scott), 

117 "The Duchess of Ancaster," by J. Watson — first state (Williams), £,■}, 3?. 

118 "Mrs. Mary Hope," by E. Fisher (Williams), ;£'3 3s. 

119 "Miss Frances Kemble," in white dress, by J. Jones (Greville), £% 8s. 

120 "Miss Frances Kemble," in black dress, by J. Jones — second slatt 

(Greville), £\j, 14s. 

121 "Hon. Miss Monclon," whole-length, by J. Jacobt' — Sf^cond state (Par- 

sons), £\?> 18s. 

122 "Lady Bamplylde," whole-length, by Thomas Watson — first published 

state (Preston), .■£'63. 

123 "The Ladies Waldegrave," by Valentine Green — first state (Sabin), £,ii?. 



The property of a lady. 

Unfranicd 

124 "George Washington," by and after E. Savage — proof; and "The Righi 

Hon. William Dundas," after Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds — open 
letter proof (Sabin), jQy) 8s. 

125 "Napoleon Buonaparte," after Masquerier, by C. .Turner (Sabin), jQyj 16s. 

126 "The Gamesters," and "The Fortune Teller," after Kev. \V. Peters, by 

W. Ward and J. R. Smith— a pair (Dighton), £62,. 

127 "Gnrrick between Comedy and Tragedy," after Sir J. Reynolds, by E. 

Fisher — second state (Agnew), £f< i6s. 6d. 
12S "Edward; Lord Thurlow," after the same, by F. Bartolozzi ; "The Earl 
of Mansfield," after and by the same, and "Baron Heathfield," afiei 
the same, by R. Earlom (Dighton), £^0 los. 

129 "The Infant Academy," after the same, by F. Haward — proof before 

letters, in red (Beal), ^8 8s. 

130 "Mrs. Siddons as 'The Tragic Muse'," after and by the same (Beail, 

;^12 I2S. 

131 "The Right Hon. William Pitt," after Edridge, by A. Cardon; and the 

same, after W. Owen, by Bartolozzi (Agnew), ^r4 14s. 6d. 

132 "Charles, Marquis Cornwallis," after Copley, by B. Smith; and "Right 

Hon. William Pitt," after Gainsborough, by Sherwin (.Parsons), 

133 "Buonaparte at Malmaison," after Isabey, by Leney (\"aughan), 

£h J5S- 6d. 

134 "General Washington," after J. Trumbull, by T. Cheesman — open letter 

proof (Sotheran), £(> i6s. 6d. 

135 "Military Subjects in Uniform," after H. Bunbury, by F. D. Soiron— a 

set of seven (Parsons), £^ 14s. 6d. 

136 "Comedy," and "Tragedy, ' after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi — a pair, open 

letter proofs (Eyles), £■', 13?. 6d. 

137 "Mrs. Jordan as 'The Country Girl','' after G. Roniney, by J. Ogborne 

(Eyles), £\e^ 15s. 

138 'Lady Hamilton as 'The Sempstress'," after G. Romney, by T. Chees- 

man— open letter proof, in bistre (Leggatt), ^^44 2S. 

139 "Lady Hamilton as 'The Spinster'," after and by the same — proof befort 

letters, in bistre (Leggatt), £\\Z los. 

140 "Louis Napoleon," and "Joachim Napoleon," after Gregarious and Gros, 

by Rouette— printed in colours (Sabin), £i 8s. 



314 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

141 "An Angel carrying the spirit of a child," and companion, after Rev. 

W Peters, by Dickinson and Bartolozzi ; and "The Resurrection of a 

Pious Family," after and by the same — printed in colours (Parker), 

;^3 '3s- 6d. 
143 "The Song," after H. Bunbury, by Bartolozzi — proof before any letters; 

and "Edward and Ethelinde," after the same, by Soiron — printed m 

colours (Vaughan), ;^8 8s. 

143 "As you like it," and "The Duel between Sir Andrew Ague-cheek and 

Viola," after the same, by C. Knight — printed in colours (Jacobson;, 
£H 3S- fid. 

144 "The Village Ale House," and "The Country Club," after the same, 

by Grozer and Dickinson — printed in colours (W. Sabin), ;tii "s. 

145 "The Duchess of Rutland," after Stocker, by R. Stainer — finely printed 

in colours (W. Sabin), £3;^ 2s. 

146 "The Archduke Charles of ."Austria," after de Loutherbourg, by V. 

Green — printed in colours (.Sabin), ;£is ijs. 

147 "Interior of St. Philippe du Roulle," and "L'Eglise du Val de Grace," 

after Durand, by Janinet — a pair, printed in colours; and "Le 
Dejeuner Anglais," after Lavreince, by Vidal (W. Sabin), ;^ig igs. 

148 "The Palais-Rojal Gallery Walk," by Debucourt — printed in colours 

(Sabin), ;£'i78 ics. 

Other properties. 

Ill the Folio. 

149 "Engravings from the Choicest \^'orks of Sir Thomas Lawrence" — all in 

proof state ("Lady Wallscourt," "H.M. George IV.," and "The Dew 
Branch" missing), bound in a folio (Baird Carter), j^go 6s. 

150 "Engravings from the Works of Sir J. Reynolds," two hundred and 

thirteen small plates, by S. W Reynolds (some duplicates) — nearly all 
in proof states, with original wrappers — in a folio (Leggatt), £^2 '^s. 

151 "The Mask," and "The Fortune Teller," after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. 

Turner — a pair, open letter proofs (W. Sabin), ;^s 53. 

152 "Sophia Western." after J. Hoppner, R.A., by J. R. Smith (Ellis and 

Smith), ;^2i. 

153 "The Ladies Waldegrave," after Sir J. Reynolds, by V. Green — second 

state cSabin), ^168. 

154 "The Benevolent Cottager," after F. Wheatley, by W. Nutter — printed in 

colours (W. Sabin), £iy 6s. 6d. 

155 "The Sportsman's Return," after G. Morland, by W. Ward— proof before 

the title (Sabin), ;^26 5s. 

156 "The Thatcher," after and by Ihe same (Lauser), j£Ji2 12s. 

Framed. 

157 "Children Feeding Chickens," after Russell; and "Feeding Goats," after 

Morland, by P. W. Tomkins — a pair, printed in colours (W. Sabin), 
£28 7S. 

158 "A Visit to the Grandfather," after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward; and the 

companion print (Eyles), j£'io los. 

159 "A Party Angling," and "The Angler's Repast," after G. Morland, by 

G. Keating and W. Ward— a pair, open letter proofs (W. Sabin), 
;,£:96 I2S. 

160 "Rural Amusement," and "Rustic Employment," after G. Morland, by 

J. R. Smith— a pair, printed in colours (Agnew), ^173 5s. 



May 25, 1910. 315 

161 "Children Bird-nesting," and "Children playing Blind Man's Buff," after 

Morland, by P. W. Tomkins — a pair, printed in colours (W. Sabin). 
£28 7S. 

162 "Mrs. Tickel," after Cosway, by J. Conde — printed in colours, wide 

margin (Dighton), £y;i los. 

163 "Lady Acland and children," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins. R..A. 

(Carter), £48 6s. 

164 "The Fruit Barrow" (The Walton Family), after H. Walton, by J. R. 

Smith — etched letter proof (Beal), ;£J29 



3i6 ART PRICP:S CURRENT. 



May 27, !9i0. The following modern pictures and 
drawings were sold by order of the Executors of Abel 
Buckley, Esq., deceased, late of Ryecroft Hall, Auden- 
shaw. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 
DRAWINGS. 

1 Bonington, R. P., " The sandy bed of a River," 5J x 9I (Agnew), 

2 Cox, D., 1850, "Water Tower, Kenihvorth," 30 x 29J (Agnew), ;£J'278 5s. 

3 Cox, D., "Bolton Bridge; Yorkshire," 8J x ii| (Sampson), ;,^ii iis. 

4 Hull, W., 1865, "A Moorland Road," 8| x isJ (Jackson), ;£'io 10s. 

5 Hunt, W.. "Dead Game, Lobster and ^'egetable," lOj x yi (Sampson), 

£ij 17s. 

6 Hunt, W., "Pink May and Bird's Nest," oval, 8| x iij (Leggatt), 

£i& 17s- 

7 Lynton, H. G., 1908, "Views on the Nile," a pair, loj x 25^ (Jackson), 

£4 4S. 

8 North, J. W., A.R.A., 1892, "Beyond the Blue Hills," 25J x 36^ (Leggatt), 

^786 2S. 

9 North, J. W., A.R.A., "A Reminiscence of Ford, Loch Awe," 11 x 17^ 

(Bowden), ;^22 is. 
JO Riviere, H. P., 1872, "Sisters," 24J x 19 (Sampson), ^10 los. 

11 Roberts, D., R.A., 1839, "Sabaste the .'Vncient, Samaria," SJ x 13J 

(Agnew), £■} 7s. 

12 Roberts, D., R.A., 1839, "Heliopolis," 13J x 9I (Sampson), ;i^s 5s. 

13 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "Woody Landscape, with a castle and two 

figures," a sketch on the reverse, 4I x 6| (Agnew), ;^io los. 

14 De Wint, P., "Tewkesbury," 23 x 34I (Vicars), ;^304 los. 

15 Wyld, W., "Monaco," 12 x 17I (Bowden), £1^ ^3^- 

PICTURES. 

16 "On the Balcony," gl x 7I (Agnew), ;£'i7 17s. 

17 Faed, T., R.A., i860, "His Only Pair," 14 x 18 (Wallis), ;^294. 

18 Goodall, F., R.A., 1845-54, "The Departure of the Brittany Conscripts," 

41J X 60J (Mitchell), /^i? 17s. 

19 Herkomcr, Sir H. Von, R.A., 1886, "Entranced in some Diviner mood, 

Of self-oblivious solitude," 55 x 435- (Shepherd), jiiTs35 10s. 

20 Holland, J., 1861, "The Hospital for Mendicants, in the Square of 

.S.S. Giovanni e Paolo, Venice," 24J x 35 (Agnew), ;^2Xo. 

21 Hook, J. C, R.A., 1883, "The Wily Angler," 38 x 52! (Agnew), ;^378. 

22 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1882, "On the Banks of the Ivy, O!" 31J x 47J 

(Mitchell), ^£278 5s. 

23 Linnell, J., Sen., i860, "Rest: A Party of Reapers," 39I- x 54 (Vicars), 

;£:409 10s. 

24 Linnell, J., Sen., 1839, "Welsh Drovers Crossing a Common," 15 x 224 

(Gooden and Fox), £32^ los. 



May 27, igio. 317 

25 Morland. G., "Credulous Innocence," 17! x I3§ (Permain), £30^ los. 

26 MiJller, W., 1844, "Landscape," 14 x 23! (Agnew), ;^ii5 los. 

27 Murray, David, R.A., 1884, "Loch Linnlie at Port Appin, Argyllshire," 

391 3^ 592 (Heape), ;f7i 8s. 

28 Nasniyth, P., 1829, "A View in Surrey," 23^ x 33^ (Agnew), ;£72,047 105. 
2g Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1867, "The Fly-Maker," 14 x i8| (Gooden snd 

Fox), ^£'210. 

30 North, J. W., A.R.A., 1893-4, "Summer Waters," 51I x 73I (Mitchell), 

,^110 5s. 

31 Philip, J., R.A., 1863, "La Bomba ; or. The Wine-Drinkers," 3$\ x 4J 

(Agnew), ;^430 los. 

32 Philip, J., R.A., 1862, "The Spanish Volunteer," 17^ x 13I (Agnew), ;^i68. 

33 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1851, "Hawthorn-Gatherers," 37!^ x 29J (Agnew), 

/i'102 1 8s. 

34 Pyne, J. B., 1S56, "Venice: A View of the Doge's Palace," 261 x 41^ 

(Cassell), /:7s 15s. 

35 Roberts, D., R.A., 1828, "Abbeville," 17^ x 131 (.Agnew), ;£;22 is. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

DR.A WINGS. 

36 Bartolini, F., 1874, ".^t Prayer," 13J x of (Wallis), ;^io los. 

37 Maggiorani, L., "The Letter," 20J x 14J (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. 

38 Artz, D. A. C, 1869, "The First-Born," iij x 8 (Tooth), ;^73 los. 

39 Bonheur, Rosa, 1891, "Collecting Faggots in the Pyrenees," 8} x 12J 

(Tooth), j^iio ss. 

40 Brown, Henriette, "The Fairy Tale," 18 x 14^ (.Agnew), ^54 12s. 

41 Clays, P. J., 1870, "Sailing-Vessels on the Meuse, near Dordrecht," 

31 X .SI (Agnew), ^^404 5s. 

42 Fr^re, Ed., 1863, "Breakfast-Time," i6i x 13 (Wallis), £^4 12s. 

43 Gerdme, J. L., "The Blind Beggar," 15^ x iij (WfeUis), ^^173 ss. 

44 Leys, Baron H., 1S58, " Capestro Preaching at Antwerp," 40 x 69 (Tootlij, 

;^23i. 

45 Plassan, .A. E., 1865, "Replying to the Proposal," isJ x 12 (Sampson), 

£46 4S. 

46 Plassan, A. E., 1864, "Refreshment," iij x 9 (Leggatt), £6^ is. 



Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

47 Turner, ,1. M. W., R.A., "Wells Cathedral: The West Front," 16^ x 21^ 

(Wallis), ;£'2io. 

48 Russell, J.. R.A., "Portrait of H. Stokes, Esq.," pastel, 29J x 25 (.Agnew), 

^241 los. 

49 Duncan, E., 1862, "Shrimping-Boats, Northfleet Creek," 30 x 26 (Vicars), 

^£^65 2S. 

50 Lemaire, Madeleine, "Pansies and Forget-me-nots," gl x I4i (Tooth), 

£7 7S. 

51 Oakley, O., "The Hurdy-Gurdy Player," 20 x 13! (Vokins), £2 2S. 



3i8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

PICTURES. 

52 Harding, J. D., 1830, "Highland River Scene," 21 x 31 (Mullen), £2^ 3s. 

53 Stanfield, C, R.A., "Shipping off a Jetty," isi x 22I (Eve), ^29 8s. 

54 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1885, " The Lock and Church, Stratford-on-Avon," 

'Si ^ 23§ (Mitchell), £ys 12s. 

55 Ward, J., R.A., 1842, " Dogs on a sofa," 24 x 30 (Nash), £i "s. 6d. 

56 Cotman, J. S., "Sea Piece," 35 x 52 (Mitchell), £a8 i8s. 

57 Crome, J., "Mousehold Heath: Norwich Cathedral in the distance," 

22| X 30^ (Walmsley), £6^. 

58 Thaulow, Fritz, 1879, "The Beech Wood," i6| x ii| (Leggatt), ^^39 i8s. 
£0 Constant. Benjamin, "The Empress Theodora," 8q x 49 (Boussod- 

Valadon), £^2 los. 

60 Demont-Breton, Virginie, 1881, " A Fisherwoman returning from bathing 

her children," 79 x 48 (Sampson), .^44 2s. 

61 Harlamoff, A., "Head of a Peasant Girl," i6| x 12 (Tooth), ^^29 8s. 

62 Lohrirhon, T., " .Supplice de Tantale," 46 x 26 (withdrawn). 

63 Munkacsy, M. De, " Head of a Man," 14 x 12 (Sampson), ^^22 is. 

64 Schwartze, Th^rese, 1882, "He is Coming," 62J x 41I (Roos and Co.), 

£33 I2S. 

65 Th.oren, Otto Von, 1874, " A Shepherd protecting his Flock," 23 x 38 

(Sampson), ;£'33 12s. 

66 Leader, B. W., R.A., "Llyn Quellyn, North Wales," 30 x 52 (Sampson), 

^117 I2S. 

67 Vincent, G., "The Travelling Tinker," 40 x 50 (Evelyn), ^£^546. 

68 Corbet, M. R., A.R.A., "Autumn Rains," 30J x 74I (Wise), ;!£:68 5s. 

69 Corbet, M. R., A.R.A., "Cloud-surrounded Morn," 48 x 57 (Wise), ;^5o 8s. 

70 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., "The Ferry Inn," 13I x 29I (Agnew), ;^g2 8s. 

71 Verboeckhoven, E., 1857, " A Ewe, Lambs, Goats and Poultry," 23 x 29 

(Watson), ;^73 los. 

72 Leech, John, "The Old Foxhunter," 21 x 29 (Spencer), ;^22 is. 

73 Corot, J. B. C, "Woody Path, by the side of a River," 14 x iif (Wass), 

74 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1906, "Highland Cattle," 20j x 35^ (Colman), 

;^304 I OS. 

75 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1835, ".'\ Farm, with Cattle, Horse, and Sheep," 

165 X 2o| (Agnew), ;£'225 15s. 

76 R.Toburn, Sir H., R-.'V., " Portrait of a girl ornamenting a vase," 

unfinished, 28J x 24J (Agnew), £53$ los. 

77 Opie, J., R.A., " Portrait of a girl carrying a faggot," 295 x 24I 

(Agnew), £84. 

78 Teniers, D., "Peasants before a Cottage," g} x 8^ (Sampson), ;^5 5s. 

79 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R..\., "Portrait of Mrs. Maylen," oval, 29J x 24J 

(Willis), ;£;262 70S. 

80 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., "Portrait of Lady Seton," 30 x 25 (Edwards), 

;£^892 I OS. 

81 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "Portrait of Squire Bennett, of Cadbury Court, 

Somerset," oval, 29 x 23I (Wallis), ^^346 los. 

The property of a gentleman. 

83 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1890, "Dew-Drenched Furze," 67 x 47J 
(Obach), £7=^6. 



May 27, 1910. 319 

The property of a lady. 

83 Watts, G. F., R.A., " Hebe," 23* x 18J (Muntzer), £.:iy8. 

The following were sold by order of the Executors of 
T. H. Ismay, Esq., deceased, late of Dawpool, Cheshire. 

PICTURES. 

84 Hook, J. C, R.A., 188s, "Yo! Heave Ho!," 33 x 55 (Mitchell), 

85 Hunt, A. W., " Harlech Castle," 14^ x 24 (Bell), £^i los. 

86 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Portrait of .-\ntonio Canova," 23J x 19 

(Wallis), ;^i62 iss. 

87 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1874, " The Fringe of the Moor," 53^ x 85 

(Lane), j^86i. 

The following were the property of William Linnell, 
Esq., deceased, late of 40, Elm Park Gardens, S.W. 

PICTURES. 

88 " A Woody Stream "; and "An Irish Wake " (Agnew), ^5 5s. 

89 Backhuysen, L. (after), " Sea Piece, with shipping," by J. Linnell, Sen., 

24! X 32 (Mitchell), ^2 2s. 

90 Ellis, Edwin, " Trawlers Returning, Yorkshire Coast," 12^ x 23 (Cassell), 

jQm 14s. 

91 Etty, W., R.A., " Venus and Cupid," 22 x 18 (Wallis), £iS i8s. 

92 Gill, E., 1863, " .A Welsh Stream, near Dolgelly," 14J x 22a (Sampson', 

£7 7S- 

93 Herman-L^on, Ch , i86g, " A Huntsman and Hounds," 21J x 17^ 

(Wallis), £g 19s. 6d. 

94 Linnell, W., " .An Italian Woman at a Spring," 24 x 17^ (Lind), 

;^2 I2S. 6d. 

95 Linnell, W., " Moorland Scene, with shepherds and sheep," 12J x 19 

(Lind), £8 8s. 

96 Meyerheim, Franz, " The Trysting-Place," gl x 6| (Roos), £6 6s. 

97 Mijller, W., 1827, " Landscape, with figures," 24J x 39J (Sampson), 

£26 5s. 

98 Neuhuys, 1875, " Saying Grace," 2o| x 26^ (Wallis), ^567. 

99 Philip, J., R.A., " A Highland Lassie," 14J x iij (.Agnew), ;£'29 8s. 

100 Schamphelus, E. de., 1874, " River Scene, with cattle," 14^ x 28 

(Sampson), ^^4 4s. 

101 Titian (after), " The Death of Peter Martyr by Palmerola," 27J x 16J 

(Cauziani), £1 los. 

102 Valles, L., "The Sign-Painter," 19J x 24^ (Sampson), £i\ iis. 

103 X'erhas, Jan, " .\ Catastrophe," 30J x ig^ (T. Permain), £y 7s. 

The following were the property of the late Sir W. Q. 
Orchardson, R.A. 

DRAWINGS. 

104 Foster, Birket, " Watering Cattle," gj x 15^ (Clark), ;^I26. 

105 Foster, Birket, " Wreckage on the Coast," 6J x gj (Agnew), ;^26 ss. 



320 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

PICTURES. 

106 Lawson, Cecil G., " A Harbour Scene," gj x 13a (Sampson), ;6'i2 12s. 

107 Macvvhirter, J., R.A., 1872, " The Fisherman's Haven," 48 x 74 (Lister), 

£(>3- 

108 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., " The Last Dance," unfinished, 37-i x sii 

(K. Clarlc), ;^s67. 

109 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., ^ 1873, " Reveller: A blood-hound," 

38 X 52 (Wallis), :£'78 iss. 
no Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., " The River Kennet," 34 x 27I (VValHs), 

£7S 15s- 

111 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., "November: or Solitude," 27 x 464 

(T. Permain\ ^33 12s. 

112 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., " Doubts," 36^ x 28^ (Sampson), £6:^. 

113 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., " The Nun," 35* x 25I (Wallis), ;£6S 55. 

114 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., " In the Gloaming," 49 x 30 (T. Permain), 

£52 10s. 

115 Orchardson, Sir \V. O., R.A., " Flotsam and Jetsam," 22j- x 38 

(T. Permain), ^^57 153. 

116 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., " Fishing-Boats: Moonlight," 25^ x 45* 

(T. Permain), ;^i8 i8s. 

117 Early English School, " Portrait of Sir Francis Burdett," 35 x 26^ ( ), 

^8 8s.' 

The following were the property of Mrs. John Fielden, 
deceased. 

DRAWINGS. 

118 Cox, D., " Crossing Lancaster Sands," i:i x 17 (Agnew), ^^278 5s. 

1 19 Cox, D., " The Peacock Inn, Rovvsley," 8| x 14 (Agnevif), ^^29 8s. 

120 Duncan, E., 1858, " The Road to the Church," q x i2| (Leggatt), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

121 Prout, S., " An Old Hulk on the Coast," g x 13 (Gooden and Fox), 

£60 i8s. 

122 Roberts, D., R.A., 1848, " The Ruins of Baalbec," 8x11 (Agnew), 

;^i6 i6s. 

123 Robins, T. S., " Coast Scene," 10 x 13J (Mullen), £g gs. 

124 Wyld, W., " Venice," yi x iif (Thorne), ;^i6 i6s. 

PICTURES. 

125 Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A., " Hide and Seek," 13! x 8| (Willis), 

;^3iS- 

126 Browning, R. B., 1878, " A Worker in Brass, Antwerp," 75 x 55* 

(Gooden and Fox), £^2 ids. 

127 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1878, " A Showery Day," 45!- x 71^ (Leggatt), 

£252. 

128 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1869, " Sheep in a Pasture," ii| x 15^ (Cassell), 

£50 8s. 

129 Cope, C. W., R.A., 1877, " Hope Deferred: And hopes and fears 

that kindle hope," 30 x 24J (He.Tpe), £6 6s. 

130 S., C, " The Naughty Child," 22 x 18 (Smith), ;(S'22 is. 

131 Deffregger, F., 1877, " The Marriage Proposal," 38^ x 40?/ (Lindlar), 

;£i,oo8. 



May 27, 1910. 321 

132 Frire, Ed., 1878, " Le Chemin de I'Ecole," 16 x 12J (Wallis), ^75 12s. 

133 Frith, \V. P., R.A., " Claude Duval," 22J x 60 (Sampson), ;^65i. 

134 Henzell, I., 1872, " The Fisherman's Daughter," i8i x 23J (Cassell), 

£22 IS. 

135 Hook, J. C, R.A., 1876, " Hard Lines: A view at Hall Sands," 

20 X 4ni (Varle), ;^2io. 

136 KauSman, A., R.A. (after), " A Vestal Virgin," on porcelain, 185 x 15^ 

(Green), £4 4s. 

137 Linnell, J. T., 1879. '" Rodslone Wood: Spring," 28 x 40 (Cromv.-elll. 

j^78 i.ss. 

138 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1880, " The Flintshire Coast," 15 x 19 (Heape), 

£q qs. 

139 Roberts, D., R.A., 1845, " Chapel of Our Lady, Church of St. Pierre, 

Caen," isJ x iil (Brocklehurst), :^2i. 

140 Stanfield, C, R.A., 1856, " Outward Bound," 33 x 47 (Hoyle), ;^2io. 



322 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



May 30, 1910. The collection of engravings formed 
by Abel. Buckley, Esq. (deceased), late of Ryecroft Hal], 
Audenshaw . 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGR.AVINGS. 
1 "At Evening Time," after B. W. Ceader, R.A., by B. Debaines — artist's 
proof (Agnew), £^o los. 

2 "Parting Day," after and by the same — artist's proof (Bendamm), £^ ts. 

3 "Banks of the Ivy ,0," and another, after the same, by T. Chauvel — 

artist's proofs (Gooden and Fox), £y 7s. 

4 "The Windmill," by D. Law — remarque proof (Kennedy), ^£2 12s. 6d. 

5 " Chill October," after Sir J. E. Millais, by B. Debaines — artist's proof 

(Agnew), £13 13s. 

6 "The Plough," after Fred Walker, by R. W. Macbeth — artist's proof 

(Oldham), £$ 'Ss- M. 

7 "The Gipsies," after the same, by C. Waltner — artist's proof (Rimell', 

;^3 13s- 6d. 

8 "The Wayfarers," after and by the same — artist's proof (Leggatt), £1 is. 

9 "The Banks of the Thames," after and by the same — remarque proof 

(Leggatt), £2 2s. 
30 "Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone," and "The Right Hon. John Bright," 

after Millais, by T. O. Barlow — artist's proofs (Agnew), ;^ii us. 
I] "Miss Penelope Boothby," after Reynolds, by S. Cousins, R.A. — artist's 

proof (Vicars), ;£7q gs. 
J2 "Simplicity," after and by the same — artist's proof (Vicars), ;^ii iis. 

13 "The Age of Innocence," after and by the same — artist's proof (Carter), 

;^ig 8s. 6d. 

14 "Lady Anne Fitzpatrick," after and by the same — artist's proof (Young), 

£6 j6s. 63. 

After SIR E. LANDSEER. 

15 "The Twins," by T. Landseer — artist's proof (Young), £2 2S. 

16 'Ptarmigan Hill," by T. Landseer — artist's proof (Young), £2 12s. 6d. 

17 "Well-bred Sitters," by W. H. Simmons — artist's proof (Leggatt), ;^i is. 
j8 "Dignity and Impudence," by T. Landseer — proof before letters (Vicars), 

£6 6s. 

19 "Braemar," by T. Landseer — artist's proof, signed by the painter 

(Young), ;^s 15s. 6d. 

20 "Hunters at Grass," by C. G. Lewis — first state, before any letters 

(Agnew), ;£io 10s. 

21 "The Stag at Bay," by T. Landseer — artist's proof (Vicars), ;£'g gs. 

32 "The Monarch of the Glen," by T. Landseer — artist's proof, signed by 
the painter (Vicars), £1^ 2s. 6d. 

After J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 
23 "Nemi," and "Oberwessel," by J. T. Willmore — proofs before any letters 
(Gooden and Fox), £1^ 13s. 



May 30, 1910. 323 

34 "Heidelberg," by R. Prior — proof before any letters (W. Ward), £1^ 13s. 

25 "Tivoli," by E. Goodall — first state (.Gooden and Fox), ^£'4 4s. 

26 "Mercury and Argus," by J. T. Willmore — first state (Agnew), j^y 17s. 6d. 

27 "Tfie same" — one of Turner's fifty proofs (Agnew), ^11 iis. 

28 "Dido and /Eneas," by W. R. Smitfi — first published state (Agnew), 

^"2 2S. 

29 "St. Mark's Square, Venice," by G. Mollis — first publisfied state (Maggs), 

£S 15s. 6a. 

30 "Caligula's I5ridge," by E. Goodall — first published state (Goschen), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

31 "Crossing the lirook, " bv R. Brandard — first published state (Goschen,, 

^-6 6s. 

32 The same — ditto (Vicars), .£^5 15s. 6d. 

33 "Mercury and Herse," by J. Cousen — first state, before any letter?, 

signed by Turner (Agnew), ;/rs iss. 6d. 

34 "The same" — first published state (.^gnew), j£s S^- 

35 Turner's "Liber Studiorum," a complete set of the 71 published plates, 

all in the first published state, with the exception of i^sacus and 
Hesperie (R 66), which is in the second state— in thirty-six frames, 
from Turner's sale (Blood), .£388 10s. 

After J. CONSTABLE, R.A. 

36 "Salisbury Cathedral," after Constable, by Davis Lucas — first published 

state (Leggatt), ^^63. 

37 "The Lock," and "The Cornfield," after Constable, by David Lucas — 

first published stale (Leggatt), x^--o 10s. 

38 "Dedham Vale," after Constable, by David Lucas — engraver's proof, 

before any letters (.Agnew), ;£,'ii5 los. 

OLD MEZZOTINT PORTRAITS. 
.'Vfter sir J. REYNOLDS. 

39 "Mrs. .Xbington, as 'The Comic Muse'," whole-length, by C. Watson — 

proof (Coln.-;ghi), ^^23 2s. 

40 "Mary, Ducliess of .Xncaster," whole-length, by J. Dixon — first state 

(Colnaghi', ^£^50 8s. 

41 "Lady Bampfylde," whole-length, by T. Watson — first published state, 

from the collection of Peter .Mien, Esq. (.\gnew), £^0. 

42 "The same" — first published state (Ellis and Smith), ^£^777. 

43 "Hon. Mrs. Beresford." with the Maichioness Townshend and the Hon. 

Mrs. Gardiner, by T. Watson — first state; from Sir Thomas Law- 
rence's collection (.Agnew), .£r273. 

44 ''Mrs. Blake as 'Juno'," whole-length, by J. Dixon (W. Sabin). £18 i8s. 

45 "The Duchess of Buccleugh and daughter," whole-length, by J. Watson — 

first published state (Dighton), ^^56 14s. 

46 "Mrs. Bunbury," by J. Watson — first publi.shed state (Colnaghi), ^,"42. 

47 "Lady Sarah Bunbury," whole-length, by E. Fisher — first state, before 

any letters (Vaughan), .^^21. 

48 "Mrs. Carnae," whcle-length. by J. R. Smith — first state (Ellrs and 

Smith). ^7897. 

49 "Lady Elizabeth Compton," whole-length, by Valentine Green — first statr 

(Ellis and Smith), ^"504. 

50 "The Countess of Coventry,'" by J. Watson — first state, before any letters 

(Agnew), ^21. 



324 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



51 "The Misses Emma and Elizabeth Crewe," by J. Dixon— before any 

letters (Colnaghi), j£'io los. 
51 "The Duchess of Cumberland," whole-length, by J. Watson — first state 

(Colnaghi), £j{h 2S. 

53 "Lady Anne Dawson," by J. McArdell — first state (Colnaghi), ^£'26 ss. 

54 "Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," whole-length, by Valentine Green — 

first state (Agnew), ^37 i6s. 

55 "Charles James Fox," with Lady Sarah Bunbury and Lady Susan 

Strangways, by J. Watson — first state (Colnaghi), ^^26 ss. 

56 "Oliver Goldsmith," by J. Marchi — first published state (Colnaghi), ^63. 

57 "Mrs. Hale as 'Euphrosyne'," whole-length, by J. Watson — first s'.ate 

(W. Sabin), ^£'26 53. 

58 "Jane, Countess of Harrington," whole-length, by Valentine Green — first 

state (.-Kgnew), ;£'i99 los. 

59 "Lady Harriet Herbert," by Valentine Green — second state, with the 

publication line (Colnaghi), ^^162 15s. 

60 "Miss Mary Horneck, " whole-length, by R. Dunkarton — first published 

state (Dighton), .£52 los. 

61 "Di'. Snrauel Johnson," by W. I^oughty — first state; from Sir Thomas 

Lawrence's collection (Colnaghi), ^73 los. 

62 "The Duchess of Manchester and son," as "Diana and Cupid," whole- 

length, by J. Watson — first published state (Agnew), ;£'i8 i8s. 

63 "The Marlborough Family " (large plate), by C. Turner — first state 

(Agnewl, ^63. 

64 "Lady Louisa Manners," whole-length, by Valentine Green — first state 

(Colnaghi), ;^588. 

65 "Mrs. Mathew," whole-length, by W. Dickinson — first published state 

(Agnew), j£j682 los. 

66 "Lady Melbourne and son," whole-length, by T. Watson — second stata 

(Leggatt), £2 3s- 

67 "Hon. Miss Moncton," whole-length, by J. Jacobs — proof; from the col- 

lection of Peter Allen, Esq. (Colnaghi), ^£'105. 

68 "Lady Caroline Montagu, as 'Winter'," whole-length, by J. R. Smith — 

first state (Agnew), ;i£^89 5s. 

69 "Mrs. Musters," whole-length, by J. R. Smith— first state (Colnaghi), 

;£-366. 

70 "Lady Catherine Pelham-Clinton," whole-length, by J. R. Smith (Col- 

naghi), £136 los. 

71 "Mrs. Pelham feeding chlcliens," whole-length, by W. Dickinson — fine 

impression of the only state (Agnew), £^72 los. 
73 "Lady Catherine Powlett," by J. R. Smith — first state (Ellis and Smith). 

73 "Lady Caroline Price," by J. Jones — first state (Ellis and Smith), ;6'i73 5s. 

74 " Sir Joshun Reynolds ns President of the Royal Academy," by V. 

Green— first state (Colnaghi), ^£'78 iss. 

75 "Lady Caroline Russell," by J. McArdell — first state, before any letters 

(Ellis and Smith), ^26 ss. 

76 "Isabella, Duchess of Rutland," whole-length, by Valentine Green — first 

stale (Ellis and Smith), .-^1,155. 

77 "Mrs. Sheridan as 'St. Cecilia'," by W. Dickinson— first state (Dighton 1, 

£73 'OS. 

78 "Lady Charles Spencer," by W. Dickinson— first state (Ellis and 

Smith), ^^483 



May 30, 1910. 325 

79 "Hon. Mrs. Stanhope," by J. R. Smith — first state (Dighton), ^^73 10s. 

80 "Lady Stanhope," whole-length, by J. Watson — first state, before any 

letters (Colnaghi), £2i '-s. 

81 "Lady Talbot," whole-length, by Valentine Green — first state (Colnagh;), 

£'52 SS. 

82 "Lady Taylor," by \V. Dickinson — fine impression of the only state 

(Colnaghi), ;6i9g los. 

83 "Hon. Mrs. Tollemacne as 'Miranda'," whole-length, by J. Jones — first 

published state (Parsons), ^£'42 4s. 

84 "Viscountess Townshend," whole-length, by Valentine Green — first stu'e 

{.•\gnew), £2(17 los. 
^5 "The Ladies Waldegrave, " by Valentine Green — firs* state (Colnaghi), 

;£'777- 
86 "Countess Waldegrave," by J. Mc.Ardell — first state, before any letters 

(Agnew), ^19 19s. 



S7 "David Garrick," after Gainsborough, whole-length, by V. Green — first 
state (withdrawn). 

88 "Lady Mulgrave," after Hoppner, by C. Glint (Agnew), £y 7s. 

89 "Blind Man's Buff," after Morland, by W. Ward— proof, v.ith a Ida 

margin (I.eggatt), ;^47 5s. 



326 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Jone 3, 1910. The following modern pictures and 
drawings were the property of E. Erskine Scott, Esq., 
deceased . 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Bonheur, Rosa (.i866), "Hinds in a glade," pastel 14 r i8i (Sampson), 

£^2 IS. 

2 Dow, G. (1660), " .\ Lady, seated at a spinet " — black and red chalk 

6| X 5 (Eyies), ^£^44 2s. 

3 Frdre, Ed., "The Student," 13I x 9 (Wallis), £^ 4s. 

4 Israels, J., "Minding baby," iSJ x 13 (Wallis), j£'336. 

5 Israels, J., " A child, with a dog, and a toy cart," 8i x ii^- (Wallis), 

^136 IDS. 

6 Jacque, Ch., " A farmyard, with a peasant woman feeding chickens" — 

crayon, 9 x 12 (Sampson), ;£,"ii us. 

7 Jacque, Ch., " A Herdsman, with a flock of sheep " — crayon, 6i x 12J 

(Arnold and Tripp), £.1.^ 6s. 

8 Maris, J., "Ploughing," 8^ x 17^ (Gooden and Fox), ^£'399 

9 Maris, J. (1868), "Head cf a girl," SJ x 7 (Wallis), £i-i 17s. 

10 Neuhuys, A. (1888), "At the Cupboard," iij x gi (Wallis), £^\ 8s. 

11 Rossetti, D. G., "Head of a lady," crayon, 19J x i-]\ (Amor), £21- 

13 Troyon, C, " Roses Tr^mier^s and Goats," pastel, 20 x 15! (Arnold and 
Tripp), ;^89 5s. 

13 Velden, P. Van Der, " The Young Musician," 24 x i7i (Preyer), £\() 161. 

14 Vrolyk, Jan (1881), "Cattle on ihe Dunes," i\\ x 2o| (Gooden and 

Fox). £2<j 8s. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

15 Blommers, B. J., " .\ young girl lying on the ground," 5x8 (Lefevre), 

£(>^ 2S. 

16 Boughton, G. H., R.A., "Hounslow Heath: Evening," isi x 35^ 

(Huggins), £\i 13s. 

17 Boughton, G. H., R.A., "The Gleaners," 16 x 24 (Wallis), £\2 12s. 

iS Canasac, L. De (1881), " Woody Landscape, with cattle," 8 x i3J 
(Jackson), £^1,2. 

19 Corot, J. B. C, "A Landscape near Paris," 12J- x 15^ (Knoedler), ;£'693. 

20 Daubigny, C. F., " A River flowing through a valley," 13J x 22, from 

the artist's sale (Gooden and Fox), £vi(>. 

21 Daubigny, C. F., "River Scene, with barges and shipping," \o,\ x 20 

(Shepherd), ;^i89. 

22 Diaz, N., " Two children, with a dog and a falcon," %\ x 6s (Roos), ;£'42. 

23 Fantin-Latour, H., "A group of figures," in a landscape, 8i x ti (Jack- 

son), £%2 los. 

24 Krintin-Latour, H., " .A mother and chil'l, v.ilh nn Angel," in a landscape, 

8x6 (Arnold and Tripp), ;^94 ids. 

25 Frfere, Ed. (1864), '' A Moorish gateway," 12J x 9 (Jackson), £(t 6s. 

26 Frfere, Ed. (1852), " A girl carrying a pitcher," isJ x 12 (Gooden and 

Fox), £si iss- 



June 3, 1910. 327 

27 Frire, Ed. (1871), "A girl, in a landscape," loj x 8i (JacksonI, j^i6 i6s. 

28 Gefjerfelt, \V. J., "The Quay at Venice," 21 x 27' (Roos), /'2s 43. 

29 Guillon, A. I., "A Sliriiiiper,' ijj x 7J (Cremetti), £6 6s. 

30 Hervier, L. H. (1872), "The Farmstead," 20J x 25 (Tcmpe'.aere), .-644 2S. 

31 Jacque, Ch., "A shepherd with a flock of sheep on a hillside," 134 x 174 

(Gooden and Fox), j£'44i. 
J2 Maris, J.. "A young child, seated at a table"; and the engraving by 
C. L. Dake, 12J x SJ (Buffa), ;fc'2io. 

33 Monticelli, A. T. ]., "Un Concert sous les Arbres," 15 x 26 (VVallU), 

£S7 >SS. 

34 -Monticelli, A. T. J., " A Fete Champetre," 15 x 26 CWallis), ;£^ios. 

35 «Munkacsy. M. De, "Evening: .\ river scene," 23,} x 35^ (Schnell), 

£173 5s. 

36 Vollon, A., "Still Life," i8 x 14 (Marchant), .£j2 12s. 

37 Vollon, A . "Still Life on a table," 9x7 (Wallis), ^^43 ts. 

OLD PICTURES. 

38 Clouet School, " Portraits of Louis XIIL" (in armour), and " Anna ot 

Austria," a pair, gj x 7I (Renton), j£r89 5s. 

39 Cuyp, A., " Portrait of a lady, in dark dress and cap," 24 x 19 (Wallis;. 

jCi89- 

40 Dutch School, " Portrait of .1 young girl, holding pearls," 2 is x 17 J 

(Renton), 1^10 los. 

41 Gainsborough, T., R..V., " Portrait of Mr. Robertson," secretary to the 

Marquis of Bute, and personal friend of Gainsborough ; 29} x 24} 
(Reinhardt), £(iii 2s. 
4J Gainsborough School, "Portrait of Master Neave," igj x i6i (Renton), 

£s 5--- 

43 Watson-Gordon, Sir J., P.R.S.A., " Portrait of Captain Watson," 

29J X 24^ (Boussod-Valadon), ;£'iiS los. 

44 Linthorst, J. (1780), "Flowers and Fruit," a pair, ig x isi (Amor), ;£ji26. 
4.S Morland, G., "Contentment," a stable interior; 26 x 32! (Wallis), ^^71 8s 

46 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., "Portrait of Lieut. -Colonel John Grant of Glen- 

moriston," 29J x 24J (Renton), ^£,"388 los. 

47 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., "Portrait of Col. Townsend," oval, 2gJ x 24^ 

(Gooden and Fox), jC^S;^. 

48 Reynolds, Sir J.. P.R.A., " Portrait of a Gentleman, in brown dress," 

49 X 18J (Tooth), ;^47 5s. 

The following were the property of Andrew Maxwell, 
Esq., deceased, late of 8, St. James' Terrace, Hillhead, 
Glasgow. 

DRAWINGS. 

49 Maris, J., "Dordrecht," 12 x 15^ (Cremetti), ;£'320 5s. 

50 Maris, Matthew, "The Enchanted Wood," gf x 15 (Wallis), ^£^294. 

51 Tholen, W. B.. " Tht- Voung .Student," i6\ x 22 (Cottierl. ^£^31 los. 

PICTURES. 

52 Chalmers, G. P., R.S.A., "A Burn in Skye," iij x iqj (Paton), ;^I20 154 

53 Chalmers, G. P., R.S..\., "Peat Hags on a Moor: Evening," ii^ x iqJ 

(Wallisl, ^73 los. 



32S ART PRICES CURRENT. 

54 Corot, J. B. C, "The Bird's Nesters," 26 x 35^ (Knoedler), ;£?i3,65o. 

55 Fr6re, Ed. (1873), " The Seamstress," 12I x 10^ (Tanner), £68 55. 

56 Israels, Josef, "The Pancake," 18 x 26 (Knoedler), ;^2,83S. 

57 Maris, Matthew (1873), " L'Enfant Couchde," 13I x 2o|, Guildhall, 1903 

(Reid), j£;s,i4S- 

58 Maris, Matthew, " The Lady of Shalott," 21^ x I2i, Guildhall, 1903, 

(Preyer), ^£892 los. 

59 Monet, Claude, "L'Effet de Neige," 222 x 31I (Durand-Ruel), £^0^. 

60 Monticelli, A. T. J., "The Garden of Love," 17 x 14 (Reid), £5<)8 los. 

61 Moore, Albert, "Beads," iij x igf (Wallis), £i^g los. 

62 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A. (1876), "Don Ceesar de Bazan," 22J x i6| 

(Connell), .£262 los. 

63 Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A. (1872), "The Nurse," 17I x 23! (Agneft-), 

£3^S- 

64 Tissot, J. J., "A Comedian,'' iij x y\ (Farrow), ^"i6 i6s. 



The following were sold by order of Executors. 

PICTURES. 

65 Corot, J. B. C, " Le Coup de Vent," ly^ x 21, collection of .Alexander 

Young, Esq. (\\'ailis), ^£'1,260. 

66 Harpignies, H., 1863, " The Last Days of Summer," 37J x 64 (Obach), 

;^997 I OS. 

67 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "Portrait of J. Tonipion, Esq.," oval 28 x 2j 

(Wallis), ;£840. 

Different properties. 

PICTURES. 

68 Israels, J., " Portrait of an Old Man, smoking a pipe," 25 x 39 

(Cremetti), /r420. 

69 Maris, Matthew, " In the Wood," iij x 17I (Fells), ;£i89. 

70 Fantin-Latour, H., 1886, " Roses in a Glass," 13I x i6| (Gooden and Fox.', 

^346 lOS. 

The property of P. M. Inglis, Esq., of 23, Park Circus, 
Glasgow. 

71 Maris, Matthew, 1872, " Feeding Ducks," 13 x 9 (Ballard), j^Jz.Sjs. 

The following were the property of R. W. Rankine, Esq., 
deceased, late of Cunnoquhie, Fife ; and 4, Ainslie Place, 
Edinburgh. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 

DRAWINGS. 

72 Blaikley, A., 1875, " Little Red Riding Hood," 11 x 6| (Martin), ^^5 5s. 

73 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1870, " lona, looking South," iij x i8i (Agnew), 

£6s 2s. 

74 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., i868, " Anstruther," 5 x SJ (Wallis), ;^33 12s. 



June 3, 1910. 



329 



75 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1874, " Keynsham Lock,"' 7I x 10 (Agnew), ;^52 ids. 

76 Cameron, Hugh, R.S.A. , 1865, "At the Spinning- Wheel," si x M 

(Connell), ;^6 6s »- 6 sj ^ 

77 Chalmers, Hector, " In Safety," 15 x 11 (Bowerl. £6 6s. 

78 Crawford, E. T., R.S.A., " Millar Haven," 9 x 13I (Jackson), £^ 4s. 

79 Fielding, Copley, " A Sea Piece, with boats," 5x7! (Agnew), 

;^10 I OS. 

80 Herdman. R., R.S.A., 1867. '■ An Italian Water-Seller," 8x6 (Wallis), 

£7 7S. 

81 Lockhart, W. E., R.S.A., "Leith Docks." 14 x 20 (Dolt), £11 ns. 

82 Lockhart, \V. E., R.S.A., 1878, " Fishing-Craft in Largo Harbour," 

19I X 131 (Mitchell), ^13 13s. 

83 Lockhart, W. E., R.S.A., 1870-8.-;, " The Birthplace of the Emperor 

Trajan," 14^ x 21J- (.Agnew), £1^ 15s. 

84 Lockhart, W. E., R.S.A., 1876, " Beggars at the Gate of Justice," 

20 X 13 (Sampson), ;^6 6s. 

85 McDonald, J. B., R.S..-\., " Landscape, with farm buildings," 9J x 13I 

(Agnew), ;^9 gs. 

86 Morrison, G. S. " A Dutch Peasant Girl," 3! x 3 (Dott), £1^ 14s. 

87 Roberts, D., R.A., 1839, " Suez," 9I x i2| (Jackson), £y ys. 

88 Stanfield, C, R.A., "View near the Coast," 4f x y\ (Jackson), ;^5 5s. 

89 Tayler, E., " Head ol a Girl," 12J x 9! (.Amorj, ;/rii lis. 

PICTURES. 

90 Bough, .Sam, R.S.A., i860, " Barncluth Well, in Cadzow Forest," 

27J X 35I (Connell), .;^304 los. 

91 Calderon, P. H., R..A., "Sweet Seventeen." 17 x 12 (Wallis), £^25 4s. 

92 Cameron, Hugh, R.S..\., " Quiet Work," 17^ x 125 (Wallis), ;£riio 5s. 

93 Cameron, Hugh, R.S..'\., " The Bracken-Gatherer," 6J x 10 (Wallis), 

£^5 15s- 

94 Chalmers, Hector, " In Shelter," 8| x 12I (Bower), ;^5 55. 

95 Ellis, Edwin. " Flaraborough Head," 17J x 32J (Leggatt), £54 12s. 

96 Farqiiharson, J., ■'\.R..'\., " The Forest of Birse," 32 x 49! (Lister), 

£&i J 8s. 

97 Eraser, A., R.S..\., " Ben A'an ,ind Ben Venue," i2i x zyh (Connell), 

£iio ss. 

98 Fraser, .A., R.S.A., " Landscape," 8J x 13I (Connell), j£^bS 5s. 

99 Hayter, Sir G., P.R.S..^., 1857, " Bunyan and his Blind Daughter in 

Bedford Gaol," 47 x 41, (Wallis), £2^ 2s. 
joo Herdman, R., R.S.A., 1861, " An Italian Goat-Herd." 13^ x 11* 

(Connell), ;^27 6s. 
joi Herdman, R., R.S..\., "Head of a Girl," loin. circular (Connell), 

;^I4 14s. 
102 Herdman, R., R.S..\., ".\ Guardian -Angel," lojin., circular (Humphries), 

;^I0 los. 
J03 McKay, W. D., R.S.A., " Weighing Potatoes in a Field," 10 x 13^ (Dott), 

£c, igs. 6d. 

104 Oakes, J. W.. A.R.A., 1873, " River Sqene," 18 x 23^ (Wallis). 

£13 13s- 

105 Orchardson, Sir W. O., R.A., "Courtship," 25J x 19 (Tooth), £231. 

106 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., " Portrait of the Rev. John Lockhart, D.l>., 

son-in-law to Sir Walter Scott," 29 x 23^ (Wallis), ;^294. 

107 SuMrt, J.. R.S..\.. 1S72. " Dreary December," 17 x 21I (S.impson), 

£5 5s- 



33° ART PRICES CURRENT. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

DRAWINGS. 
io8 Lessore, Jules, '■ A Street in an Old 'l"o\vn," 13^ x igj (Wallis/, 

j6'i3 133- 
log Lessore, Jules, '' Dordrecht Church," igi x 13^ (Wallis), j^.^ 4s. 
no Mauve, A., "Returning from Market," 7^ x 5J (Wallis), ;£a26. 
Ill Neuhuys, A., 1877, " Cottage Interior, with a girl making a doll's 

frock," 145 X loj (Wallis), £^05- 
113 Tenkate, H., 1869, " ."Vfternoon lea," 9I x 16 (Sampson), ;6ii lis 

113 Tenkate, H., " The Pedlar," gj x 13^ (Sampson), ;£^ia 12s. 

PICTURES. 

114 Artz. D. A. C, 1876, " The Fisherman's Children," 6 x loj (Wallis), 

£5^ I2S. 

115 Beul, H. De, 1898, " A Ewe and two Lambs," 7x9 (Wallis), 

£7 7s. 

116 Breling, H., " Dismounting for Refreshment," 8£ x 7 (Howard;, 

£2g 8s. 

117 Brujjman, J., " Preparing tlic Meal," lof x 15 (Connell), ;£,30 9^- 

118 Duprfe Jules, "Sea Piece: Sunset," gj x 7i (Tempelaere), £ni 15s. 
1:9 Fr^re, Ed., " The Picture Book," 15^ x 12} (Wallis), £^s 3s. 

120 Harpignies, H., " The Village," aoj x 28 (Obach), ;^504. 

121 Jacque, Ch. " Landscape, with a peasant-woman minding sheep,'' 

6J X II J (Stanford), ;^iio 5s. 

122 Jacque, C. H. " Poultry in a Yard," 5I x 7 (Lefevre), ^89 55. 

123 Maris, J., " A Dutch Canal," 12J x gj (Wallis), ;£^420. 

124 Maris, W., " A Black and White Cow, drinking at a pool," gi x iftj 

(Lefevre), ;£'42o. 

125 Mauve, A., " The Road to a Farm," 9^ x 7i (Preyer), ^£'462. 

126 Monticelli, A. T. J., "A Group of Figures near some Cloisters," 

13 x 21 (Raid), j£262 los. 

127 Munger, G., " The Forest of Fontainebleau," 13 x 17! (Howard), ^£^26 5s. 

128 Pavy, E., " The Market-Place in an Eastern Town," 20J x 25 (Wallisjr, 

£52 lOS. 

129 Poschinger, R. V., 1886, " Sunset," 31 x 40^ (Wallis), ;^57 155. 

130 Veltcn, W., " Soldiers outside a Fortress," i2j x 9 (Gooden and Fox), 

;^i02 i8s. 

131 Weiss, Jos^, '' The Shed," 6i x 10 (Gooden and Fox), £15 iSS- 



June 6, 1910. 331 



Jone 6, 1910. Ihe following engravings and etchings 
were sold by order of the Executrix of the late Mr. 
Alfred Whitman, of the Print Room, British Museum. 



Franierl 
I "Lady Hamilton us 'Devotion'," after Roniney, bj Norman Hirst; 

artist's proof (Agnew), £t is. 
1 "Miss Cushmaker," after Hoppner, by the same; artist's proof (Arlc- 

wright), £6 i5s. 6d. 

3 "Eel Bucks at Goring," after Muller, by B. Debaines; artist's proof 

(Addis), £^ 13s. 6d. 

4 "Sir Wilfrid Lawson, Bart.," after J. Hoppner, by C. Turner; open 

letter proof (Charrington), ^"15 15s. 

5 "Sir Thomas Lawrence," after himself, by S. Cousins; proof befor* 

any letters (.'\gnew), ;i^5 15s. 6d. 

6 "Earl of Rochester," by J. Beckett, first state; and "Pomponne ds 

Belliivre," after Le Brun, by R. Nauteuil (.Agnew), £^ los. 

7 "Henry Pope of Amsterdam," after Sir J. Reynolds, by Hodges; open 

letter proof, inifr.nmed (.Vgnewl, £1 is. 
Lots 8 to 19 consisted of books. 



The property of H. H. Glutton, Esq., deceased, late of 2, 
Portland Place. W. 

Framed. 
20 "Madame Elizabeth Baes," after Rembrandt, by C. Waltner; and "A 

Portrait of Rembrandt," after himself, by the same; artist's proof f 

(Arkwright), ^,"io los. 
31 "Shere Mill Pond," etching by Sir F. Seymour Haden; second stat« 

(Parsons), £42. 
la "Low tide" and "The Evening Star," "Tower of Kampen," and 

"Solway Fishers," etchings by Frank Short (Ounthorne), £g gs. 
33 Constable's "English Landscape," the first series of twenty-two plates, 

by D. Lucas; engraver's proofs, eleven of which are framed (Agnew), 

;£j02 i8s. 
14 "Salisbury Cathedral," by and after the same; engraver's proof 

(F. Daniell), ^"8 i8s. 6d. 

REMBRANDT. 
as "The Triumph of Mordecai," (B 40) (Watson), £tz izs. 
36 " Portrait of Kr isrnus " (B 107), by Diirer (Kennedy), ^^44 2s. 
»7 "Dr. Faustus" (B 270) (Obach), ;£^136 10s. 
38 "Portrait of Coppenol," called the "Great Coppenol" (B 283), fourth 

state (Obach), £\Sq. 
K) "Portrait of Uytcnbogaert." (B 27Q) (Walson), £i 4s. 



332 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

A. DURER. 

30 "Two Angels with the Sudarium" (B 25) (Cohnaghi), ;^i5 15s. 

31 " The Coat of Arms wiih ,•: skull," (B 101) (Wilkinson), ;^iq lys. 

32 "St. Hubert" (B 57), (Greville), ^44 2s. 

33 "Melancholia," (B 74) (Colnaghi), j£^iio i6s. 

34 "The Knight and Death" (B g8) (Colnagni), £?IS2 5s. 

The following were the property of T. W. Waller, Esq., 
deceased, late of lo, Westbourne Street, W. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 
Unframed. 

35 "Burning Weeds " by J. F. Millet; " Portrait ol D. G. Rossetti," by 

Menpes; "Views in France," by B. Debaines {4); " Le Lac," by 
Veyrassat; and " A Young Girl," after Reynolds (Rimell), :£.i is. 

36 "The Plague at Marseilles," proof and print (2), by L. Flameng; "An 

Angle Decoration," by Dom Fernando; and six others (Oldham), 
£1 lOS. 

37 "Passage Montagneau," and "Portraits," by W. Unger (Huggins), los. 

38 "The Ferry," and "Midday in a Fishing Village," by R. W. Mac- 

beth; "The Rush Harvest," by H. R. Robertson; and "Household 
Pets," by Hey wood Hardy; proofs (Lee), £\ 4s. 

39 " Kilgarron Castle," by J. L. Propert; "Callander," and another, by 

D Law; "The Sun of Venice," by Gaucherel; and two others, by 
Jacquemart (Obach), los. 

40 \ series of Landscapes, Figure Subjects, and other Etchings, by modern 

artists (Dunthorne), jQi^ 14s. 6d. 

41 " Le Mus^e du Louvre, Collection de Planches gravies au burin, i.!'c.pr6s 

les Grands Maitres;" complete in 34 parts, each containing 5 en- 
gravings (Mrs. Walker), £1 iis. 6d. 

42 Appian, A., "Bords du Rhone," "A Venice," "Chemin des Roches," 

" Rue d'Artemare," and two others (Marcliniant), £'j js. 

43 Braquemond, F., "Le Haut d'un Battant de Porte," "Geese in a 

storm," "Margot le Critique," "Portrait of Legros," and three 
others (Brown and Phillips), £2 5s. 

44 Chifflart, F., "Classical subjects and monuments," proofs on vellum (4), 

"Le Sarcophage," and "Pers^e" (Marchant), los. 6d. 

45 Chattock, R. T., "The Watering-place," after Gainsborough; and 

another; three small etchings by Sir D. Wilkie, and a subject from 
"The Fairy Queen," by P. Jacomb-Hood (Parsons), £1 2s. 

46 Haig, A. H., " A Street in Chartres," " Going his rounds," " Henry V's 

Tomb, Westminster," by Inchbold ; and "Saying Grace," by Ch. 
Waltner, artist's proof (Kennedy), £1 los. 

47 Herkomer, H., "Waiting for relief," "Words of comfort," ".\ Por- 

trait," and another; proofs (Oldham), £1 is. 

48 Feyen-Perrin, A., " Le Printemps," and another, proofs; Figure Subjects 

by Le Prince (2), "The Doge," L. Londano; and "Wood gatherers," 
by Le Rat (Carey), 8s. 

49 Martial, "Rue du Pourtour, St. Gervais," "Porte du ColKge de 

Beauvois," and anolher; and a "Battle-piece," and a portrait bjr 
L Flajiicng (Huf;gins), los. 



June 6, igio. o^t 

so Lalauze, A., "La Soupe i B^be," proof and print; "11 est bien Sage 
Bebe," proof and print; and "Le Lefon de Piano," proof (Rimell), i8s. 

SI Palmer, S., "The Skylark," trial proof (Rimell), £2. 12s. 

5J Palmer, S., "The Cowherd," proof on Japanese paper; and another 
impression (Rimell), £.-2 12s. 

53 Palmer, S., "The Sleeping Shepherd," early proof on India paper 

^Parsons), los. 

54 Palmer, S., " The Willow," and " The \"ine," early India proof (Magg?/, 

los. 

55 Palmer, S., "The Morning of Life," "The Bellman," and another 

(Dunthorne), £,(> 153. 

56 Whistler, J. M., "Billingsgate," "Black Lion Wharf," and "Hunger- 

ford Bridge," (Gutekunst), £% 8s. 

SIR F. SEYMOUR HADEN. 

57 "Battersea Bridge," (D 120), second state; "Purfleet, The Inn," (D 122), 

second state; and "The Mill Wheel," (D 136) (Parsons), £^ 14s. 6d. 

58 "Windmill Hill" (No. i) (D 146); and "Ye Compleat Angler (D 149) 

(Kennedy), £(> 6s. 

59 "Dusty Millers" (D 165), trial proof; "The Village Ford," and "Grinn 

Spain" (D 168) (Parsons), £^ 19s. 6d. 

60 "Battersea Reach" (D 45), first state (Brown and Phillips), £^ 4s. 

61 "Battersea Bridge" (D 120); and "Egham Lock" (D 15), first state 

(Parsons), ^3 3s. 
61 "On the Test" (D 19), (Dunthorne), £,q igs. 6d. 

63 "A Water Meadow" (D 20); and "The Moat House" (D 103) (Kennedy), 

£i, 14s. 6d. 

64 "Mounts Bay" (D 114), second state; and "The Three Sisters" (D 116) 

(Kennedy), £i, 14s. 6d. 

65 "Etudes i I'Eau Forte, avec Notice et Descriptions par Phillippe 

Burty," the series of 25 plates, with the letterpress, published in 
Paris, i856 (Gutekunst), £\'it, 5s. 

Framed. 

66 "The Breaking up of the Agamemnon," by Sir F. Seymour Haden, the 

etching (Dunthorne), .;^2S 4s. 

67 "L'Abside de Notre Dame," etching by C. M^ryon (Colnaghi), £i(> js. 

68 Turner's Liber Studiorum "Little Devil's Bridge," and "Woman at a 

Tank," froTi Turner's sale (Ward), £i\. 

69 "Lady Hamilton as 'Nature'," after Romney, by S. E. Wilson, artist's 

proof (Lee), £2 2s. 

70 "The Milkmaid," after Landseer, by Cousins, proof before letters; 

and one other (Brail), £\ is. 

71 "The Sportsman," after B. Marshall, proof; and five others (Dunthorne), 

£\ IS. 

72 & 73 "St. Paul," after B. West, by Bartolozzi; and another; and 

twelve Chinese drawings of Figure Subjects, in colours on rice paper 
(Pollard), £■>, 135. 6d. 

OLD ENGRAVINGS. 
Unframcd. 
74 "John Bannister," after Murray, by R. Williams, first statu (Amor). 
£i los. 



334 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



75 "Guillaume de Vos," after Vandyck; "A. Triest," after the same; 

"Head of Rembrandt," and "The Infanta Isabelln," by A. Geddes; 
and "A Landscape," by the same (Gutekunst), £,2 los. 

76 Bega, C, "The Cabaret," and "Boors Caressing the Waitress," and 

"Three Greyhounds," by j. Jonckheer (Obacb), £1 los. 

77 Beham, H. S., " The Arms with an eagle," (Wilkinson), ^i 8s. 

78 Bol, F., "A Woman at a Casement" (Gutekunst), £2. 

79 & 80 Bonasone, Guilio, " Group of men and womon bathing," ,jind Both, 

Jan, " The set of six oblong landscapes," first states, before the names 
of J. Both (Kennedy), jQz 10s. 

81 Durer, A., "The Great Fortune" (Ellis and Smith), £^2. 

82 Durer, A., "Four Naked Women" (Rimell), £(> 6s. 

83 Dalen, C. Van, "Giorgione," and "Boccaccio," after Titian, proofs 

(Rimell), £2 15s. 

84 & 85 "The Master of the Die: Cupids Playing," a copy reversed; 

and Jardin, Karl du, " The Shepherd behind a tree," proof (Maggs), 

£2 2S. 

86 The same: "The Cows, the Bull, and the Calf," (Maggs), los. 

87 Lastman, P., "Judith and Tamar seated" (Obach), £1 12s. 

88 Lautensack, H. S., "Landscape," with a villa sitCiated on the bank o( 

a river (Gutekunst), £i iss. 

89 Louys, Jan, ".\nna of Austria," and "Philip the Good, Duke ot 

Burgundy " (Obach), £1 4s. 
go Modena, N. da, '' Leda and the Swan," and " .\ Bacchanalian Subject," 
by \. Podesta (Maggs), los. 

91 Veneziano, " .Apollo and Daphne," first state; and " Venus and Love," 

second state (Obach), i8s. 

92 Pencz, G., "Thetis and Chiron" (Rimell), 5s. 

93 Pontius, P., "Portraits of Rubens and Vandyck," after Vandyck 

(Rimell), 12s. 

94 Rembrandt, " Christ Crucified between two thieves," fourth state 

(Kennedy), £2^. 

95 Rembrandt. "The Descent from the Cross," early impression (Gute- 

kunst), £2 los. 

96 Velde, .\. Van de, "The Cow and two sheep at the foot of a hill," 

"The Amours of Leda and Jupiter," by E. Vico; and "Two naked 
women," by L. Krug (Dodd), los. 

97 Waterloo, A., "Landscapes," a set of six (Kennedy), .^i los. 

Framed. 

98 "L'Indiscretion," after Lavrience, by F. Janinet, proof, finely print-^d 

in colours (Colnaghi), ;£."430 los. 

99 " Les f^ons Imprudents," and " I^e Retour :"i la Vertu, " by F. de 

Longueil, a pair, printed in colours (Sabin), £^(>2 15s. 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

100 "Children Playing," after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, proof; and two others 

(Pollard), £2. 
loi "A St. James, and St. Giles Beauty," after Benwell, by Bartolotzi, 

printed in red (Vaughan), jC2i. 

102 "Society in Solitude," after J. R. Smith, by Laneau (Dighton), £i ijf. 

103 "Lady at a Tambour Frame," after A. Kauffman, by W. Ryland, m 

red (Oldham), £i 15^. 



June 6, 1910. 335 

104 "The Gardens of Carlton House," after Bunbury, by W. Okkinson — 

in bistre (Dighton), ^^38 17s. 

105 "\nrci.ssus," ana "Jupiter and Leda," after Viera, by Bartol ).;2i, a 

pair; and one after B. West (Brail), 18s. 

106 " The Road-side," and " The Cottage Door," after Owen, by \V. Say, 

a pair, printed in colours (Eyles), ;£.^ 155. 6d. 
lo6a "The Cottager's wife," after Westall, printed in colours (Pollard), ^£4 4s. 

107 "Mrs. Cosway," after Coswny, by Schiovonetti, in bistre (Vaughan), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

108 "Mrs. Crouch." after Romney. by B.nrtolozzi, in bistre (Pawsey), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

109 "George VV'nsliington." after G. Stuart, by W. Nutter, printed \ -. 

colours (Ellis .ind Smith), :£..47 .S^. 
ijo "i\Irs. Crewe," r.fter Gardner, by T. Watson, proof before letters, i.i 
red (Davis), /",-/ js. 

111 " Sir John Moore," after Lawrence, by C. Turner (Agnew), j£g gs. 

112 "Robert Burns," after A. Nasmyth, by Walker and Cousins, proof 

(Rigby), /?ii IIS. 

113 "Head of a lady," and "Head of the artist himself," by Thomas Frye, 

proofs (Sawsey), JI2 12s. 6d. 

114 " Proverbs, C'ii.iD. VII.," and " Proverbs, Chap. IX.," by J. K 

Smith (Pollard), /"aS ss. 
ii<; "Like Mistress like Maid," "Proverbs, Chap. XX.," published by 
Carington Bov.los (F. Daniclls), £y -s. 

116 " The Billet-Doux," by R. Pollard; and " The Studious Fair," after 

Miss Ben well (Pollard), £g gs. 

117 "Miss Kettle," .iltor Kettle, by \". Green, proof; and "Miss Catherine 

Clive," after l-jlys, by Tinney (Pawsey), £2 12s. 6d. 
1)8 "Amelia Hone," after N. Hone, by Greenwood (Pawsey), £2 12s. ou. 
iic) "Mrs. Woffingtor.," after Pond, by J. McArdell (Eyles), £y 7s. 
lio "Mrs. Gibber," after Pine; and "Mrs. Frederick," after Hamilton, L.> 

Laurie (Pausey), ;£^3 13s. 6d. 
121 "Mrs. Kleoiwood," after Pine, by W. Dickinson, proof; and another 

(Broun), ^Ti 5s. 
133 "Mrs. .Mountain," after Masquerier, by C. Turner (Simomson), ;£,io io». 
123 "Signora Zamperini," after Hone, by J. Jones (Bower), £2 '3s. 6d. 
J24 "Mrs. Cosway," after Maria Cosway, by V. Green (Parsons), ;£j33 i.is. 

125 "Mrs. Benwell," after J. Hoppner, R.A., by W. Ward (W. Sabin), j1'4j. 

126 " Mrs. Jordan as ' Hippolyta,' " after the same, by J. Jones (Vaughan), 

.;^3 3S. 
137 "Repose' (The Douglas children), after J. Hoppner, R.A., by j. 
Ward, first published state (Colnaghi), jCi6y 10s. 

After G. ROMN'EY. 

128 " Mrs. Robinson," by J. R. Smith (Jacobson), ;^6o 18s. 

129 "Mrs. Davenport," by J. Jones, fine impression of the only state 

(Pollard), j^:23i. 

130 "Hon. Mrs. North," by J. R. Smith, first state (Colnnghi), .£'110 5s. 

131 "The children of Earl Cower," by J. R. Smith, second state (Arnold;, 

£JS7 10s. 

After SIR ]. REYNOLDS. 

132 "Mercury," by J. Dean (.-Sgnew), j^.ij os. td. 



336 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

133 "Laurence Sterne," by E. Fisher (Agnew), j£ji iis. 6d. 

134 "Miss Davidson," by J. Dixon, first state, before any letters (Ellis ana 

Smith), j£n 14s. 

135 "Lady Caroline Price," by J. Jones (Jacobson), £^7 '^s. 

136 "Mrs. Musters," whole-length, by J. R. Smith (Mallett), ;^52 los. 

137 "Lady Elizabeth Compton." whole-length, by \'. Green (VV. Sabin;, 

138 "Mrs. Carnac," whole-length, by J. R. Smith (Parsons), £^2 los. 

139 "Lady Bampfylde," whole-length, by T. Watson (W. Sabin), ^■j^ 12s. 

140 "Isabella, Duchess of Rutland," whole-length, by V. Green (Mallett;, 

;^6o i8s. 

141 "Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," whole-length, by V. Green 

(Colnaghi), ^^65 2s. 

142 "Viscountess Crosbie," whole-length, by W. Dickinson, first stat« 

(Colnaghi), ;^3i5. 

143 "The Ladies Waldegrave," by Valentine Green (Mallett), ;£'2i. 

144 "Mrs. Gardiner," with the Hon. Mrs. Beresford and Lady Townshend, 

by T. Watson, second state (Pollard), ^£778 15s. 
143 "The Marlborough Family, ' large plate, by C. Turner, first state 
(Brassey), j£^2 los. 



June lo, igio. 337 



Jane 10, 1910. Collection of pictures and drawings of 
T. W. Waller, Esq., deceased, late of lo, Vv'estbourne 
Street, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

In the Folio. 

1 Bartolo2zi, F., R.A., " Rustic Lovers," black and red chalk (Young), 

2 Clerisseau, C. L., " Landscapes, with Classical Figures," a pair (Thomas), 

£i 6s. 

3 Cleveley, R., " Dover; " and " Richmond Hill, from Petersham 

Meadows " (Thomas), £1 14s. 

4 & S Cosv.ay, R., R..\., "The Alagdalen," pencil; "A Lady, carrying 

a basket, "sepia; and "The Seat of the Hon. Horace Walpole," by 
E. E.. 17S3, (Thomas), £1 15s. 
6 &: 7 "Early English School," "Portrait of a Lady," oval; "Cupid, 
driving animals"; and " .\ man, smoking," pencil; and Hearne, T., 
"St. Sepulchre's Church, Cambridge" (Thomas), £z 8s. 

8 Martin, Elias, .A.R.A.. "Portrait of a Lady, in blue dress," oval 

(Falser), los. 

9 Pars, W., A.R.A., " The Rat's Castle, on the Rhine," (Thomas) -ds. 
10 & n Pillement, J., "A River Scene," with Eastern figures; and 

Reynolds, .Sir J., P.R. A., " A Girl and a Boy," pen-and-ink (Parsons), 

lOS. 

12 Rooker, M. A., A.R.A., "Rinaldo at the Play"; and "Tristram 

Shandy " (Parsons), £2 12s. 

13 Sandby, P., R.A., " St. Agatha's Monastery, Richmond, Yorkshire,'' 

(Parsons), £1 i8s. 

14 Sandby, P., R.-A., " Manor House, Clapham " (Amor), £.2. 

15 & 16 Shelley, S., R.A., "The Madonna and Child," sepia; "Mrs. 

George Hay Drummond and children," pen and ink; and Turner, D., 
" Adelphi Terrace " (Leggatt), ;4, 10 los. 

17 Verbruggen, J., "The Mouth of a River, with shipping," sepia; and 

" Shipping in a Calm," (W. Sabin), los. 6d. 

18 Wheatley, F., R-.A., " A Fashionable Promenade," oval (Leggatt), 

£2^ 8s. 

19 Wheatley, F., R.A., "Giving Alms," black and red chalk (Leggatt), jf 3 3s. 

Framed. 

30 "A French General," in an ovtl; and "Head of a Man," ( ), iSs. 

31 "Figure Subjects," four in one frame; and ".Apollo," (Jacobsen), £2. 
12 "Fruit and Flowers," on a marble table. is| x 20 (Van Duren), ;^i is. 

23 "The Gipsy Fortune-teller," 13 .\ 16J (Young), £2 155. 

24 "The Gleaner." and "The Jew's Harp," a pair, oval, iij x 9 (Carey), 

£1 8s. 

25 Barrow, "The Madonna and Child, with Saint John," and "The Sleepy 

Boy," (Grose), £1 8s. 



338 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

j6 Baynes, T. M., "Patterdale, Ullswater," and "Borrowdale, Cumh», 

land," (Thomas), £1 12s. 
27 Benger, \V. E., " The Mill Stream," and " A Silent Stream, with cattle " 

(Moul), .-£1 los. 
a8 Burne-Jones, Sir E., '' Head of a Lady," brown and white chalk, 

151 X 12J (St. David), ;^I2 12s. 
39 Callow, G. W., "Evening on the Medway," and "A Coast Scene, with 

shipping," a pair, 18J x 27I (Vicars), £4 los. 

30 Campi, G., "Clandestine Correspondence," 12J x 9 (Carey), £2. 

31 Carter, H. B., "Edinburgh," 2i| x 30J (Sampson), £^ los. 

32 Carter, H. B., "Whitby from the Lighthouse: Evening," and "Caltwick 

Rocks, near Whitby," a pair, 6J x gj (Sampson), £g 19s. 6d. 

33 Carter, J. N. (1876), "A Bay Scene, with a castle and boats," I2i x 17I 

(Sampson), i8s. 

34 Cipriani, J. B., R.A., "Infant Bacchanals," and "Cupids with a 

Brazier," in ovals, a pair, gj X 8J (Ellis and Smith), £^2. 

35 Cipriani, J. B., R.A., "Three Boys," 6 x 6J (Ellis and Smith), ;^io 10a. 

36 Coleman, F., ".A. Cavalier," and "A Bravo " a pair, 16 x loj (Sampson), 

£2 2S. 

27 Conradi, M. (1875), " Mischief," 22 x 15 (Sampson), ;^3 3s. 

38 Cunningham, H. F. (1828), "Heads of two children," circular, and ".-X 

child in a chair," (Young), £1 i6s. 

39 Dawe, G., R.A., "Portrait of Miss O'Neill," in white dress; 6| x a^ 

(W. Sabin), £1 8s. 

40 Early English School, "An Officer and a Lady," 6j x 5 (Siltzer), 

;^5 155- 6d 

41 Fradelle (after), " A Musician," and " A Lady," by Hubbard, a pair, 

6J X 6 (Misell, iun.), £1 12s. 
.42 Green, Townley (1866), " A Blackberry Gatherer," and " A Bird's- 
Nester." a pair, 6x4! (Sampson), £^ 5s. 

43 Harley, G. (1834), " \ River scene, with a wharf," and " Durham,'' 

by M. R. Jones (Huggins), £2 12s. 6d. 

44 Horstok, J. P. F. (1811), "The Naughty Boy," 16 x 12 (Grose), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

45 Huggins, T. M. (1830), "Sea Piece," 11 x 145 (Amor), £1 los. 

46 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. (after), "Lady Dover and child," 15 x 12 

(Grose), £1 iss. 

47 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R..'\. (after), "Lady Grey and children," circular; 

and "Portrait of a gentleman," (Grose), £1 15s. 

48 McArthur, A., "A Foreign Town on a River," 19J x 29 (Sampson), 

£1 los. 
.49 Marny, P., "A Town on a River," with a barge and boats, 11 x i&} 
(Sampson), ^3. 

50 Marny, P., "The Entrance to a Harbour: low tide," and "Buildings 

on a River: moonlight," a pair, 6J x 18 (Sampson), £2 15s. 

51 Marny, P., "A Landscape: sunset," and "A Moorland, with a High- 

lander " (Carey), £2. 

52 Martin, J., " A Mountain Pass," and " A Lake Scene, with an angler " 

(Carey), £1 8s. 
,53 Meyer, H., "The Sculptor's Studio," 8J x yi (Thomas), £1 is. 
54 Nash, F., "The Tower of London," si " H (Falser), £1 8s. 
_55 Ostade, A. (after), " An Interior, with a peasant family," by Christina 

Chalon, 8x7 (Amor), £j 8s. 



June 10. igio. 335 

56 Owen, S., "Woolwich from the Thames," "A Ruined Castle," by 

Meyer, and "A RuincJ Tower," by Cassas (Vicars), ;f3. 

57 Owen, S., "A Bay Sc^ne," "Louviers Cathedral," by Harry Wilson; 

and "At Ambleside," (Mitchell), ;^3 los. 
5$ Pearson, C, and Wainewright, T. F. (1875), " Views in the High- 
lands," with cattle and sheep, a pair, 14J x 285 (Mitchell), ^£'34 13s. 

59 Robins, T. S., "Sea Piecp," 11 x 13I (Mitchell), £3 3S- 

60 Shelley, S., "A Family Group," portraits of Mark Dyer, Esq., his wife, 

his mother, and his ihree children, si x 7 (W Sabin), ^^53 iis. 

61 Shelley, S., " A Family Group," pencil, a study for the above, 7x9 

(W. Sabin), £17 6s. 6d. 
63 Shepherd, S. H., "A View of London," ".A. Village on a River," by 
Boden, .ind " .\ Woody Landscape," by J. W. .Mian (1853) (Falser), 
^8 8s. 

63 Shepherd, G. S., " Dead Rabbits," and " A Peasant Boy playing a 

whistle," by R. P. Richards (Lauder), £1 15s. 

64 Soper, T. J., "At Hale End, Woodford," and "A River Scene," with a 

punt and figures (Birch), ^4 4s. 

65 Stanier, H. (1890), "Views of Granada: Dawn and Sunset," a pair, 

12 X 2o| (O. Smith), £s 55. 

66 Stanier, H. (1891), "A Gateway, Granada," 20J x 13J (Moul), £6. 

t>7 Stanley, E. (1874), " Cattle ^^"alering," and " Carting Faggots," after 
Mauve (Stunt), ;^3 ss. 

68 Slolker, J., " Bega in his Studio," i6i x 12 (Leger), £j los. 

69 Stone, Marcus, R.A. (1869), "The Princess Elizabeth obliged to attend 

Mass by her Sister Mary," black and white, 14^ x 32 J (Nalder), £5. 

70 Stry, A. Van, "A Cookmaid," and "Figures at a Repast," a pair, 

13 X II (Lauder), ^i 12s. 

71 Swarbreck, S. D., "The Interior of an Apartment," with a lady, 

seated, reading; 14I x i8| (Gladstone), £2 2S. 

72 Titian (after), " Venus and Adonis," and " The Doge of Venice " (Misell, 

jun.), iss. 

73 Troost, C. (1746I, "The Guard-room," 9J x I2f (Van Duren), £1 55. 

74 Troost, C. (1745), "The New-born Babe," 11 x 13 (Van Duren), i8s. 

75 Turner, J. M. W., R..\. I.afterl, " River -Scenes," a pair. 4x6 (Misell. 

jun.), £1 los. 

76 Varley, J., "A Lake Scene, with a boat and figures," and "Shipping, 

in a breeze" (Falser), £^. 

77 Wilson, Florence, "An Irish Peat-bog," and "The Road by the 

River," (Carey), £1 2S. 

PASTELS. 

78 " Portrait of a lady, in white and brown dress," 17^ x 135 (Margin- 

son), ;£JlO los. 

79 " Portrait of Mrs. Jordan, in white dress," oval, 13 x io| (Permain), 

;^3I IDS. 

80 " Portrait of a lady, in white dress," !<■ x 74 (Leger), £:i 3s. 

81 "Portrait of Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas Louis"; oval, gj x -7I (Leggatt), 

^"3 13s. 6d. 

82 " Portrait of a lady in white dress," 2ii x i6i (Carrington), £4 14s. 6d. 

83 " Portrait of a lady in white and blue dress," i/i x J^l (\'!cars), 

;Ci4 MS- 

84 "Portraits of La Princesse de Turenne and of Madame Sophie de 

Franre"; a pair, 31 x 24J (Cohen), .^44 2s. 



340 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

S5 Perronnep.u, " Portrait of a youtli, with grey coat," 22 x 17^ CToogood). 

;^II IIS. 

86 Rosalba. "Heads of girls," a pair, iij x 9 (Vicars), £$y 15s. 

87 Russell, J., R.A., "Portrait of Mrs. Higginson and her son," 35 x 27^ 

(.'\. Wertheimer), .£304 los. 

88 Russell, J., R.A., " A girl with cherries," oval, 23! x 2o| (A. Wer- 

theimer), ;^QQ IKS. 

89 Russell, J., R.A., '' Portrait of — Erskine, Esq.," in brown coat, oval, 

9I X 8 (Marginson), £6 6s. 

90 Wright (of Derby), " Portrait of Miss .^nn Rose Tookey," in blue dress, 

oval, 9f X 7I (Carrington), £2 '3S. 6d. 
PICTURES. 
c)i " Head of a Man, with dark dress," 17J x 13-0- (Cohen), £;i 3s. 

92 Ansdell, R., R.A. (1874), " The Favoured Calf," 25! x 47J (Mitchell), 

;^27 6s. 

93 Aufray, F., "The Pet Canary," 235 x 19 (Willson), ;^24 3s. 

94 Bedini, P. (1878), "Tasting the Vintage," g x 6 (Mitchell), £i 3s. 

95 Bell, J. (1872), "View on the Coast," io| x 16 (Carrington), £1 15s. 

96 Besche, L. (1875), "The Sacred Lizar3," 32 x 165 (Waller), £1 12s. 

97 Blake, B., "The Interior of a Larder," 11 x 15 (Agnew), j^i2 12s. 

98 Breling, H., "The Prisoner," 6J x 9 (Mitchell), £8 i8s. 6d. 

99 Brodie, J. Lament, "Crossing the Loch," 21 x 38 (Cohen), ;^9 gs. 

100 Browne, H. K. ("Phiz"), "The Duel," 10 x 12 (Spencer), £1 us. 6d. 
loi Biittner, H. (1887), " The Morning Ride," 6 x 9? (Cassell), i^io los. 

102 Dawson, H. (1878), "Dover Castle from Moor Park," 36 x 30 

(Cohen) £21 

103 Dawson, H., " Durham," 19J x 30 (Eyles), ;£'29 8s. 

104 Eisen, C, " Cupids blowing bubbles," an overdoor, 26 x 52 (A. Wer- 

theimer), ;^I20 15s. 

105 Eisen, C, " A Girl, in pink and green dress," i5i x 137^- (Durlacher), 

^26 ss. 

106 Farrer, T. C. (1876-8), "The Royal Castle of Windsor," 33i x 47 

(Lauder), £37 i6s. 

107 Farrer, T. C. (1883-4), "Windsor: Moonlight," 37^ x 23 (Lauder), £7 7s. 

108 Farrer, T. C. (1878), "White Ducks," gj x 13^ (Spencer), £1 is. 

109 French School, " Portrait of Madame Henriette, in red dress," ova!, 

63 X si (Collings), £^ 4s. 
no Frere. Charles (1876), "Hanging out the clothes," 17I x 14I (Moul), 
;^8 i8s. 6d. 

111 Frost, W. E., R.A. (1862), "Panope," oval, 27J x 35 (Dewar), £48 6s 

112 Gale, W., "An Interior, Algiers"; "Truth," by F. A. Philips, 1880; 

and "Diana and Nymphs," by R. Waller (Cohen), £^ 14s. 6d. 

113 Herring, J. F., sen. (1854), "Scene in the Highlands," 23 x 35 (Cohen), 

j^i8 i8s, 

114 Herring, J. F., sen. (1851), "Head of a Scotch Deer-hound," 9 x la 

(Miirhfin, y;5. 

lis Herring, J. F., sen., "Horses' heads," and "A spaniel with a pheasant," 
by M. T. Ward, circular (Roc), £16 i6s. 

116 Italian School, " Portraits of Mdlle. de Scudery and of Madame de la 

Suze," a pair, 33 x 26 (Hodgkins), £/\^ 2s. 

117 Johnston, Alex., " The arrest of a r.ollard," 10 X 15 (Mitchell), £^ 5s. 

118 Lancret School, "Ladies and gentlemen in a garden," i6 x 20 (Lindlar), 

£27 6s. 



June 10, 1910. 341 

119 Largilliere, N. De, "Portrait of Madame de Parabere," 57 x 44 (A. 

Wertheimer), £^92 los. 

120 Laupheimer, H. (1878), "A Good Vintage," loi x 6^ (Tooth), jQit iis. 

121 L(5vy, Emile (1874), '' Jenny the Seamstress," 46 x 32^ (Mitchell), ;£;io los. 

122 Meadov^'s, A. J. (1875), "Fishing-boats off Dover," 13I x 23^ (Cohen), 

/J4 4'- 

123 Morland, G., " A Woody Stream, with an angler," iii x 9I (Drake), 

£2 2S. 

124 MUller, Andreas, " Ministering Angels," 8 x lo^, engraved by W. 

Ridgway (Ceilings), ^^5 15s. 6d. 

125 Nicolet, G., " La Premiere Danseuse," iii, circular (Vokins), £t 6s. 

126 O'Connor, J. A. (1839), "Landscape," 19 x 23^ (Carrington), ^3 13s. 6d. 

127 O'Neil, H., A.R.A. (1862), "Evening Prayer," oval, 13J x u^ (Young), 

128 Peel, J. (1877), "Morning, near Edmonton," ig^ x 29^ (Mitchell), £g 99. 

129 Peel, J., "The Estuary of a River," 15J x 26^ (Mitchell), j£jii os. bd. 

130 Peel, J., "Landscape, " iii z 17J (Sampson), ^6 6s. 

131 Peel, J., " Landsc.'.pe, with ;■ windmill," and "A Coast Scene." by 

W. Williams, 1S76 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

132 Plassan, A. E. (1856), "The First-born," gj x 7j (Mitchell), -^730 9s. 

133 Portielje, G., ".An Albanian Lady," 29^ x 23 (Carrington), ;£^i8 18s. 

134 Pyne, J. B., "The Wounded Heron," 35 x 27 (Marginson), ^5 15s. 6d. 

135 Roldan, E., " A Moorish Archway," and " A Courtyard, Alhambra, 

.Seville," by T. .\ceves (Carey). ;/^^ 3s. 

136 Rose, A. (1875), "The Artist's Wooing," 35 x 24 (Young), £4 14s. bd. 

137 Savini, A., "The Musician," 15^ x 12 (Mitchell), £j 17s. 6d. 

138 Tischbein, F. H. (1765), "The P'arewell," and "The Toilet," a pair, 

I2i X 9 (Metchkovsky), £32 12s. 
J39 Waller, B., " An Interior, with a man drinking," and "' .\ Little Crossing- 
Sweeper" ICarrington), £2 15s. 

140 Wallis, H.. " Found at Naxos," 11 x 37, engraved by C. W. Sharpe 

(C. Davis), iJsi los. 

141 Ward, J., R.A., "The Village Inn," 10 x 14I (Smith), ^13 135. 

142 Wright, G. (1878), "Horses, goat, and dog," iii x 13J (Howard;. 

£6 i6s. 6d. 



342 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



June 13, 1910. The following pictures and drawings 
were sold by order of the Executors of Mrs. Frank 
Crowther, deceased, late of Beaumonds, Rochdale. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 AUingham, H., "The Gleaners," 7 x 5^ (Vokins), £ig 19s. 

2 AUingham, H., "The Picture Book," 4J x 4J (Pink), j^j 17s. 6d. 

3 Cooper, T. S., R.A. (1865), "A Cow and three Sheep," iij x 17J 

(Mitchell), ;£;33 12s. 

4 Dicksee, F., R.A. (1874), "The Knight and the Squire," 8 x 12 

(Bowden), ;^4o 19s. 

5 Foster, Birket, "The Dead Gull," ii| x 17^ (Tooth), £ny. 

6 Foster, Birket, "The Market Place, Seville," 6x8 (Agnew), £6^. 

7 Foster, BirkeT;, "Venice," 6x8 (Agnew), ;^6o i8s. 

8 Garland, W. (1873), "A Thankful Heart," 15 x 10 (Grose), £1 53. 

9 Godsall, M. (1879), "Cinderella," 17 x 24I (Mitchell), £n 3s. 6d. 
16 Hardy, J., "At the Well," 12^ x 9J (Sampson), £^ 4s. 

11 Naftel, Isabel (1879), "The First Golden Tints of Autumn: North 

Wales," and "Old Houses, Newcastle," by F. C. Coleridge, 1875 
(Mackenzie), £2 13s. 6d. 

12 Pilsbury, Wilmot (1875), "When the Trees are Leafless," 7 x loi (Mac- 

kenzie), ^£'4 4s. 

13 Pilsbury, Wilmot (1873), "A Chat by the way," 7 x gj (Mackenzie), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

14 Rayner, Louise, "Butcher Row, Shrewsbury," 175 x 10 (Mackenzie), 

15 Rowbotham, T. L. (iSb6), " Old Cottages by a road," and " A Gipsy 

Encampment," a pair, 75 x i8i (Mackenzie), ^17 17s. 

16 Tenkate, H., "An Interior, with figures," 12 j x 19J (Mackenzie), £2^ 2S. 

PICTURES. 

17 Bates, David (1881), "Lusty Winter, Frosty but Kindly," 35 x 54 

(Lister), £g gs 

18 Bource, H. (1871), ''Mending the Nets," 19J x 39 (Sampson), ;£'29 8s. 

19 Chevilliard, V., "The Election Placard," 6x4 (Mitchell), £1$ 4s. 6d. 

20 Cole, Vicat, R.A. (1882), "The Cornfield," 20 x 32J (Sampson), £gg 15s. 

21 Cole, Vicat, R.A. (1879), "Landscape near Guildford," 5x7 (Samp- 

son), £7 7s. 

22 Conti, Tito (1879), 'Tlaying Dice," 25^ x igj (Mitchell), £,i3 is. 

23 Dobson, W. C. T., R.A. (1876), "The Fern-gatherer," 23I x 20 (Samp- 

son), £jo lOS. 
14 Dukes, C, "At the Spring," and "\ Cottage Interior," a pair, iij x 84 

(Sampson), £6 6s. 
25 Frith, W. P., R.A. (1850), "The Kensington Ballad-singer," i6i x iij 

(Mitchell), £i 14s. 6d. 
a6 Gill, E. (1880), "Waterfall: The Dulas," 75 x 6i (Hodgson), £^ 14s. 6d. 



June 13, 1910. 343 

27 Heffner, K., "On the Road by the Canal," 16J x 38J (Sampson), £i^ 15s. 

28 Hering, G. E. (1S76), "Woodland Waters," 50 x 49^- (Amor), £() gs. 

29 Kennedy, E. Sherard (1874), "Prayers for those at Sea," 23J x 39^ 

(Mitchell), j^4 14s. 6d. 

30 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1878), "A Backwater on the Thames, near 

Streatley," 17J x 25 (.Sampson), ^60 i8s. 

31 Le Jeune, H., A.R.A., "Asleep," arched top, 18 x 29 (Mitchell), £^ 5s. 

32 Lloyd, Stuart, "A Mile from the Sea," 38 x 71 (Sampson), £^14 14s. 

33 Lucas, J. T. (187O, "Will _vou take a pinch?" 13J x iij (Misell, jun.), 

£1 ss. 

34 Maclise, D., R.A., "Awaiting (he Answer," 8 x iif (Johnson), £^ 14s. 6d. 

35 Morgan, Fred (1880), "The Gleaners," 29J x 20 (Mitchell), £1^ 15s. 

36 Mulready, A. E. (1883), "A Young Flower-girl," 14I x 11 (Polak), 

£^ 14s. 6d. 

37 Miinthe, L., "Winter Landscape," 17J x 31 (Sampson), ;^78 153. 

38 Pott, L. J., "The Trial of Oueen Catherine," loi x iS (Mitchell), ;^27 6s. 

39 Provis, A., "The Interior of a Welsh Farmhouse," 81 x 12 (Sampson), 

£7 ys. 

40 Sad^e, Ph., "Fisherwives Gossiping," 27 x 22^ (Sampson), ;£^I05. 

41 Schmidt, E. A. (1878), "The Alchemist," 9x7 (Tooth), £21 los. 

42 Seignac, P., "The Young Teacher," 17J x 15 (Sampson), £,"12 12s. 

43 Seller, C, "A Philosopher," 61 x 41 (Sampson), £"26 5s. 

44 Stone, Marcus, R.A. (1S80), "Olivia and Dick," 12 x 75 (Sampson), 

45 Haynes-Williams (1867), " Spanish Courtship," 235 x igj (Lister), £;i 3s. 

46 Woods, H., R..\., "In a Cloister of the Convent of San Elena, near 

Venice," 15 x 113 (Sampson), ;^iq igs. 

47 Wyburd, F. J. (1855), "In Church," oval, 20 x 16J (Grose), £2 15s. 

Diflferent properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

48 Evans, W. (of Eton), "Coast Scene," with fisherfolk ; "Cliffs," and 

"Hastings," two in one frame (Carey), 12s. 

49 Lundgren, E., "An Italian Boy," and "Portrait of Rembrandt" (John- 

son), i8s. 

50 Holland, J. (1857), "The Church of the Redentore, Venice," 14^ x 20J 

(Carey), £n 14s. 6d. 

51 Leitch, W. L. (1853), "Glennrtney," I2j x 18 (Carey), £1 5s. 

52 Lunds<ren, E., " Hc^ads of girls " (Vicars), 8s. 

53 Willis, H. B., "Studies of Cattle," five in two frames (Tooth), £1. 

54 Reid, J. R., "Landing Fish," 7J x 11 (Young), £^ 15s. 6d. 

55 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., "Near Alfriston, Sussex." 10 x 14^ (Bowden), 

£iS iss. 

56 Foster, Birket, "A Lane near Witley. Surrey," 8^ x iij (Young), 

£5 SS. 

57 Haag, Carl, "One of the Howling Dervishes, Cairo," 17^ x i» 

(Pettitt), ^72 1. 

58 Angell, H. Coleman, "A Bowl of White Roses," 13 x 17J (Tooth), ;^I2 12s. 

59 Barret, G., "Gray's Elegy in a Country Churchyard," 13 x 19^ 

(Cooper), .;^26 5s. 
60 .\lbcrt, B., " .\ Rough Sea," 27 x 40 (Kenyon), ;^I3 2s. 6d. 



344 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



61 Stott, W. (of Oldham), "The Turquoise Glacier," pastel, 20 x 17 

(Paterson), ;£6o i8s. 

62 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., "Spring," 14 x 17 (Carey), j^i iis. 6d. 

63 Hansen, Hans, " A Peaceful Evening, Dordrecht," 29! x 24^ (Everett), 

£4 4s- 

64 Glindoni, H. G. (1902), " A Scene from ' Twelfth Night,' " 215 x 29I 

(Polak), j^2i. 

65 Glindoni, H. G. (1903), "Faint Heart," ig^ x 255 (Polak), £21. 

66 Carrier-Belleuse, P., "The Ballet-dancer," pastel 30^ x 24J (Field;, 

£2 13s- ^'^■ 

67 Don, iMartino Del, "The South Aiale," and "The High Altar, St. 

Peter's. Rome," a pair, iSJ x 125 (Johnson), £^ 4s. 

68 Hardy, T. B., " Portsmouth Harbour," yi x 12 (Mrs. Walker), £2 12s. 6d. 

69 Macvvhirter, J., R.A., "The Fountain, Chiavenna," 5I :: 75 (Lister), 

£i 13s. 6d. 

70 Flaxnian, J., R.A., "Classical Subjects," pencil (Vicar.s), 5s. 

71 Hardy, Heywood, "The Doctor," black and white, 8 x 12 (Johnson), los. 

72 Lundgren, E., "Head of a Girl," 8J x 75 (Le«), 12s. 

73 Du Maurier, G., "Interviewing the Page-boy," 5i x 9 (Leggatt), 14s. 

74 Du Maurier, G., "Lawn Tennis on the Ice," and "The Model." pen 

and ink (Leggatt), j^i is. 

75 Du Maurier, G., "Stories for Sunday Evenings," and "Young Lovers," 

pen and ink (Leggatt), ^i iis. 6d. 

76 Du Maurier, G., "A Real Easter Amusement," and "The Benefit of 

the Doubt," pen and ink (Leggatt), £1 iis. 6d. 

77 Du Maurier, G., "A Clincher," and "Cause and Effect," pen and ink 

(Leggatt), £1 IIS. 6d. 

78 Rossetti, D. G. (1852), "A Study for 'The Youth of Dante'," pen and 

ink (Agnew), ^^22 is. 

79 Corbould, A. C, "Hunting Scenes," a set of three, 4x4 (Mrs. 

Walker), ^i iis. 6d. 

80 Earp, H., sen., "Wells Cathedral," 21 x 29 (Carey), £1 us. 6d. 

81 Bradley, W. (1886, "Shillingford Village," 14 x 24I (Mitchell), £2 2-,. 

82 Kilburne, G. G., "Father Christmas," and "Preparing for the Birth- 

day " (Misell, jun.), £2 los. 

83 Lloyd, R. Malcolm (1886-7), "Greenwich," and "Portsmouth Harbour," 

a pair, 13J- x 23I (Johnson), ^^5 5s. 

84 Lloyd, R. Malcolm, "Rye, Sussex," and "Head of a Fox," by J. S. 

Williams (Johnson), ;^i is. 

85 Mottram, C. S. (1879), ''The Return of the Fishing-boat," 14J x 23J 

(Sampson), £i los. 

86 Carter, H., "The return from Market," isJ x 21 (Carey), £1 us. 6d. 

87 Docharty, J., R.S.A., "A Hilly Stream," 16J x 12 (Young), £1 us. 6d. 

88 Lockhart, W. E., R.S.A. (1878), "Harvest-time," 14 x igj (Sampson), 

£2 2S 

89 Hayllar, J., "John Barley-Corn," and "Study of a Head," in oil 

(Truephitt), £2 12s. 6d. 
50 Pearson, C. (1873), "Derwentwater, Cumberland," and "On the River 
Dee, North Wales," a pair, 84 x 16J (N'icars), £y ys. 

91 Goodwin, A., "Homeward," 11 x 19 (.Sampson), £2 2s. 

PICTURES. 

92 Hemy, C. Nnpier, R.A., "A Rocky Coast," 13 x iSJ (Sampson), £3 3s. 



June 13, 1910. 345 

93 Vincent, G. (1830), "A kiver Scene," with a barge and two cows; 

and "A Mountainous River Scene," with a walerfi.ll and cattle, a 
pair, 17 X ig| (Vicars), ^37 16. 

94 Detti, C. I1878), "Une KTxe,'" 29I x 39 (Sampson), ^^49 7s. 

95 Hulme, F. W., "A Woody Lane," 13^ x ibj (Vaile), ^£.^5 5s. 

96 Adam, J. Dsnovan, R.S.A., "A Highland Bull," 41}^ x 32 (Lister), ;^3 3s. 

97 Perigal, A., A.R.S.A. (1865), "River Scene," 19 x 26 (Young), £1 11s. 6d. 

98 Lycken, M. Van den, "Pigeons." and "Poultry," a pair, 10 x 85 

(Sampson), £1 los. 

99 Rouse, R. W. A. (1889), "The Heron's Retreat," 30 x 49 (Young), 

;^i us. fid. 
100 ,-\nsdell, R., R.A., "Sheep in the Snow," a sl<etch, 14 x i2i 

(Bright), IDS. fid. 
loi Ansdell, R., R..\., "The Spate," a sketch, 9I x 18 (Vicars), 12s. 

102 Creswick, T., R.A., "Manchester from Higher Broughton," oval, 8 x 6J 

(Sampson), £2 'os. 

103 Webb. C. M. (1864), "The Shepherd of Jerusalem," 13 x gj ^Sampson), 

;^I los. 

104 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., "The Orange Court, Seville," loj x 23^ 

(Lister), ;,^3 3s. 

105 Faed, T., R.-'K., "Keswick Lake," SJ x ii| (Walker), ;£Ti 10s. 

)o6 Hill J. J., "The Shepherd and his Lute," 37I x 52 (Collings), ;^io los. 

107 Koekkoek, B. C, "Early Morning," and "A View near Arnheini," 

(Collings), vji ss. 

108 Burgen, H. J., "Fishermen in a Boat," 23 x 185 (Sampson), ;£?i is. 

109 Philips, Herm.sn, "Head of a Girl," igj x 10 (Grose), £2 5s. 

no Carolus, J. (1853), " .An Interesting Visitor," 18 x 14J (Young), ,^5. 

111 Palmaroli, V., "The Pianist," 27 x i8| (Misell, jun.), £2. 

112 Venneman, R. (1862), "Two Cows in a Pasture," 24I x 32 (Grose), ;^i los. 

113 Constable, J., R.A., "Coast Scene," with figures, 4J x 6| (Collie), £7 7s. 

114 Price, Julius M. (1901), ''Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 35J x 27J 

(Fade), ;^i6 i6s. 

The property of a gentleman. 

DR.AWINGS.' 

115 Collier, T., "Under the Crag, North Wales," 13 x 20J (Sampson), ;/?2i. 

116 Constable, J., R.A., "Study of clouds and sea," 4 x 5! (Masters), 

£S '5s- 6d. 

117 Constable, J., R..\., "View on the Coast," and "A Landscape" (Field), 

^10 I OS. 

J18 Cotman, J. S. (1831), "A Shepherd and Dog on the Downs," 9 x 13I 

(Falser), ^^26 ss- 
119 Cox, D., "Shakespeare's Cliff," sepia, 7 x gj (.Agnew), ^^5 5s. 
J20 Davidson, C, "A Cornfield, Streatley," iij x 25 (Bowden), ;^g 9s. 

121 Davidson, C, "Fawley Court, Henley: Winter," 11 x 17J (Robinson 

and Wilde), £7 7s.' 

122 Goodwin, A. (1894), "Siena," 8 x gj (Eve), ;^8 i8s. fid. 

123 Harpignies, H. (i8fi4), "Rome from the Palatine Hill," 12 x 19J 

(Obach), ^^26 ss. 

124 Miiller, W., "A Pool on the Lledr," 12* x igj (James), £3 3s. 

125 Miiller, W., "The Road to Aber, North Wales," iSJ x 13^ (Falser). 

/■5 SS- 



340 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

126 Robson, G. F., "Snowdon," 13 x 19 (Leggatt), £^ 4s. 

127 Werner, C. (1863), "A Street in Cairo," 19J x 13J- (Agnew), j^io los. 

128 Werner, C. (1854), "A Siesta," 20J x 131 (Dobell), £^ 4s. 

PICTURES. 

129 Constable, J., R.A., " A bend on the Stour," 7 x 10 (Bell), £6 6s. 

130 Constable, J., R.A., " A study of clouds," with " A Landscape," with 

farm horses (Peel), £2 i?^- 6d. 

131 English School, "Head of a Lady," with yellow dress, 15J x 13-J 

(Price), j^i US. 6d. 

132 English School, "Head of a girl," with white dress; loi x 8 (Wood), 

£^ IS. 

133 French School, "Portrait of a Lady," in blue and white dress; oval, 

21J X 16J (Brewster), ;£i2 12s. 

134 Griveau, L., "Landscape," 22 x 29 (Bell), £j 17s. 6d. 

13s Neer, A. Van der, ''River Scene: Moonlight," loi x 145 (Bell), ^£^10 los. 

The following were sold by order of the Executors ot 
T. S. Eade, Esq., deceased, late of 62, Cavendish Road, 
Brondesbury, N.W. 

DRAWINGS. 
136 & 137 "A Sportsman and Dogs," gj x 6J, and Lucas, G., "In the 
Harvest-Field," 29 x 53 (Newman;, ;^5 5s. 

138 Lucas, G., " The Harvest," 24I x 39 (Newman), /^j 13s. 6d. 

139 P. A. L., " Incidents in the life of Martin Luther," a set of twelve 

(Vicars), £22 2s. 

140 Pyne, C, 1877, " Landscape, with children," and " Across fields to 

Enfield," by W. Reynolds, i888 (F. Eade), £3 3s. 

141 Sherrin, J., "Apples; ' and " Plums and Greengages," a pair, 

iij x I5j (Bovvden), ;^2i. 

142 Tayler, F., 1851, " Huntsmen and Hounds," 10 x 16 (Kendrick), j£6 6s. 

143 Warren, E. G., 1886, " By the River," 19 x 25 (Amor), £2 3S- 

144 Williamson, F., " Harvesting," 7J x ii-i (Eade), ;£ai lis. 

PICTURES. 

145 Arnald, G., A.R.A., "River Scene: Sunset," 25! x 38 (Eade), £5 5s. 

146 Cooper, T. S., R.A., igoo., " Early Winter: Six sheep and a cow in the 

snow," 17I X 23J (Collings), .;£'i2 12s. 

147 Howard, H., R.A., " Beatrice in the Arbour," 9 x ui (A. Eade), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

148 Koekkoek, H., " Coast Scene," 26 x 39 (F. Eade), £g 19s. 6d. 

149 Lucas, G., " An Autumn Evening," 41J x 57 (Lee), £^ 4s. 

150 Pether, A., '* River Scene: Moonlight;" and "A Barge on a Canal'' 

(Carey), i6s. 

151 Warren, E. G., " In Sunshine and in Shade," 35 x 26i (F. Eade', 

^4 14s. fid. 



June 14, 1910. 



June 14, 1910. Engravings and prints. 

Uiiframcd. 

1 " Lady Monson," after G. Komney, by Norman Hirst, artist's prool 

(Agnew), jQ6 6s. 

2 " Pinkie," after Sir T. Lawrence, by the same, artist's proof (Agnew; 

£ii i8s. 

3 " Lady Maitland," after Raeburn, by the same, artist's proof (Fowler;. 

4 " Battersea Bridge;" and "Thomas Carlyle," coloured lithographs, 

after Whistler; and " Portrait of Dugald Stewart," by S. Cousins 
(Rimell), £S 6s. 

5 '• Lavina, Countess Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins, 

artist's proof (Vicars), £12 is. 6d. 

The property of a gentleman. 

Uiifrained. 

6 " Lady Waldegrave and child," after Reynolds, by G. Zobel ; and 

another, artist's proofs (Amor), los. 

7 " Effie Deans," after the same, by T. O. Barlow; and "Strolling 

Players," by the same, artist's proofs (Cross), i8s. 

BY S. COUSINS, R.A. 

8 " Miss Rich," after Hogarth; and " Princess Sophia and Dog," after 

Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proofs (Cross), los. 6d. 
q " The Order of Release," after Sir J. E. Millais; and " No," after the 
same, artist's proofs (Ward), los. 6d. 

10 " Imprisoned," after B. Riviere, artist's proof (Lane), £1 is. 

11 " Lady Caroline Montagu as ' Winter,' " after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's 

proof (Lane), £2 12s. 6d. 

12 " Muscipula," after the same, artist's proof (Lane^ £1 is. 

13 " The Hon. Anne Bingham," after the same, artist's proof {.\gnew,, 

14 " Miss Bowles," after the same, artist's proof (j\gnew), ^12 is. fid. 

15 " Countess Spencer and Lord Althorp," after the same, artist's proof 

(Maggs), £2 I2S. 6d. 

16 " A Message from the Sea," after H. Howard, artist's proof (Vicars), 

£Z 13s. 6d. 

17 " Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's 

proof (Vicars), £i\ us. 

18 " Isabella, Duchess of Rutland," after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), 

;6^I2 12s. 

19 " Lady Acland and children," after Sir T. Lawrcrice, printed on Indi.i 

paper (Bates), £<) 9s. 

20 " Harriet, Countess Gower, and child," after the same, engraver's proof 

(Sabin), ;^32 us. 



348 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

31 '' Mrs. Wolff," after the same, second published state (Jacobsen), 
j^8 8s. 

After J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 
Framed. 

22 " The Golden Bough, ' by J. T. Willmore, artist's proof (Gooden and 

Fox), j^2 i2s. 6d. 
33 " Mercury and Herse," by J. Cousen, first published state (Vicars), 

j£^ 14s. 6d. 
24 " Caligula's Bridge," by E. Goodall, first published state (.X'icars), 

£4 14s. 6d. 
as " Dido and .i^ineas," by W. R. Smith, first published state (Agnew), 

/Ti IIS. fid. 

26 " St. Mark's Square, Venice," by G. Hollis, first published state (.■Vgnevv), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

27 " Crossing the Brook," by R. Br.indard, first published state (Vicars), 

£^ 14s. fid. 

28 " Grand Canal, Venice," by W. Miller, first published state (.'\gnew), 

j^IO IDS. 

39 " The Approach to Venice,'' by R. Wallis, artist's proof (Agnew), 

The property of a nobleman. 

30 " The Seasons," after Hamilton, by Michel, a set of four, in colours; 

and " Fountains .Abbey, Yorkshire," after Buckle, unframed (Posener), 

31 "Matrimony," after Williams, by Jukes, aquatint; and two after 

Rowlandson, in colours (Ellis and Smith), £y ys. 

32 " .Sylvia," after Peters, by J. R. Smith; and " Nature," after Lawrence, 

by Doo (Gooden and Fox), £y 17s. fid. 

33 " The Countess of Southampton," after Van Dyck, by J. McArdell 

(C. Davis), ;^3 3s. 

34 "Adrienne Lecouvreur," after Coypel, by Drevet; and four others 

(Rimell), £4 4s. 

35 " Girl Washing Linen," after Greuze, proof; " La Courtisane Amoureuse," 

after Boucher; and one after Drouais, by Melini (Cox), £10 los. 

36 " Girl Knitting," after Greuze; " La Petite M6re," after the same; '• The 

Spmpstress," after Chardin; and one other (A. Wertheimer), jf's 5s. 

37 " Pastoral Subject," after Boucher, by Demarteau; and " L'Heure du 

Rendezvous," after M. Gerard (C. Davis), £6 16s. fid. 

38 " La Dispute de la Rose; " and " La Rose Prise," after Boilly, by 

Cazenove, a pair; and " L'Eiude ilu npssin," after and by (he same 
(C. Davis), £6 6s. 

39 " Le Sommeil de I'lnnocence;" and L'Amitid Filiale," after Boilly, a 

pair; and two others, after the same (Parsons), £^ 153. fid. 

40 " Les Baignets "; " L'Education fait tout "; " L'Heureuse Fecondit^ "; 

and " Le Petit Predicateur," after Fragonard, by de Launay, a set of 
four (A. Wertheimer), £^6 155. 

41 " La Fuite A dessein," after Fragonard, by Macret; and " La Coni- 

pl.ii^.inio M.-itcrnclle," after Frcudeberg, by de Launay (A. Wertheimer), 
£11 OS. fid. 



June 14, 1910. 349 

4a " Le Segment d'Amour." nfter Frngonard, by J. Malhieu (A. Wertheinier), 
£il 17s. 

43 "Promenade du Matin; " and " Promenade du Soir," after Freudeberg 

(C. Davis), £.2!) 8s. 

44 " Qu'en dil rAbbi'," .-ind '" I.e Billot Doux," after l.avrcince, by de 

Launay, with A.P.D.R. (Maggs), £y\ 8s. 

45 " Le Cage Symbolique," after Le Peintre, by Fessard ; and 

" L'lrresolution," after Trinquesse, by Pierron (Bruce), £21. 

46 " Heads of Ladies," by Bonnet, a pair, in colours (Amor), ^£'15 15s. 

47 " The Woman tal<ing Coffee," by L Marin, in colours (Bruce). 

;^i8 i8s. 

48 " Le Matin "; "Le Midi "; " L'Aprt-s-Midi "; and " Le .Soir," after J. B. 

Huet, by Demarteau, a set of four, in colours (Geoffroy), ^£'56 14s. 

49 " Les Plaisirs des Amours," after Huet; and one after Boucher, by 

Demarteau, in colours (Parker), £1^ 13s. 

50 " L'Amour Couronn^," after Boilly, by Cazenove, proof, in colours 

(C. Davis), j£722 is. 

51 " L'Optique, " by the same, in colours (C. Davis), £1^ 'S^- 

53 " La Douce Resistance," after Boilly, by Tresca, in colours (Fowler), 
£21 10s. 

53 " La Prelude de Nina," after Boilly, by Chaponnier, proof, in colours 

(.\mor), £2^ 4s. 

54 " La Serinette," after Boilly, by Honore, proof, in colours (Fowler), 

£<) 19s. 6d. 

55 Meyer, C, 1S04, " Street Scenes in Paris," drawings in sepia, a pair 

(Bruce), ;/^54 J2s. 

56 Watteau (after), "A Lady at a Spinet; " and another, pencil drawings 

(Parsons), £^ ss. 

The following were the property of Herbert Raphael, 
Esq., M.P. 

57 "Cecilia," after Engleheart, by Bartolozzi; "Mrs. Siddons as 

' Tragedy,' " after Cipriani, by the same; and " Venus and Cupid," 
by the sanie, in red (Fowler), £2 12s. 6d. 

58 "The Marlborough Family," after S. Shelley, by F. Bartolozzi, proof 

before fetters, in red; and " Signora Casentini as La Bella 
Pescatrice," after Violet, by the same (Geoffroy), ;^s ss. 

59 "Emma;" and "Jessy," after G. Wallis, by W. Sedgwick, a pair; 

open letter proofs (Pollard), ;^I3 13s. 

60 " Mrs. Russel Manners," after Stroekling, by R. Cooper, with title in 

open letters (Wilbraham), jfs 15s. 6d. 

61 ■' The Duchess of Richmond," after Downham, by Burke, open letter 

proof (Williams), £6 6s. 
6a " The Duchess of Devonshire," after the same, by Bartolozzi (Fowler), 

j^H IIS. 

63 " Lady Elizabeth Lambart," after the same, by J. Baldrey, open letter 

proof; printed in bistre (Williams), j£Jii lis. 

64 " Lady Northwick, and the Ladies Rushout," after Plimer, a set of four; 

printed in bistre (Fowler), ;f2i. 

65 " Mrs. Jordon as ' The Romp,' " after G. Romney, by J. Ogborne, first 

state; in bistre (F. Daniell), £1$ 4s. 



350 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

66 " Maternal Love (Mrs. Morgan and child)," after J. Russell, by P. W. 

Tomkins (Woodman), £6 6s. 

67 " Miss Farren," after Sir T. Lawrence, by F. Bartolozzi, proof before 

letters (W. Sabin), ^£^55 13s. 

68 " Mrs. Lovibond," after J. R. Smith, by H. Kingsbury (Mason), £5 5s. 

69 " Ann Allan," after J. Hay, by J. Collyer; and " Mrs. Wybrow," after 

Hayter, by R. Cooper; and " La Tendre M4re," by and after De 
Gouy, printed in colours (Geoffrey), £y 17s. 6d. 

70 " The Dumb Alphabet," after J \orthcote, R.A., by W. T. .Annis, printed 

in colours (De Swarf), £13 2s. 6d. 

71 " CupTd Disarmed; " and " Cupid's Revenge," after J. H. Benwell, 

by C. Knight, a pair; printed in colours (Fowler), j£,'i2 12s. 

72 " The Duchess of Devonshire," after Lady Diana Beauclerk, by 

Bartolozzi, proof before any letters; printed in colours (Mason), 

73 " Mrs. Siddons," after Downman, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours 

(W. Sabin), ;^3i los. 

74 " Miss Farren," after the same, by J. Collyer, printed in colours 

(W. Sabin), £^i los. 

75 " Master Henry Hoare," after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. Wilkin, printed 

in colours (Sabin), ;^22 is. 

76 " Miss Elizabeth Beauclerc," after the same, by T. Watson, printed in 

colours (Ellis and Smith), yCg igs. 6d. 

77 " The Good Mother reading a story," after Emma Crewe, by C. W. 

White, etched letter proof, printed in colours (de Swart), £17 17s. 

.After R. COSWAY, R.A. 

78 " Lady Diana Sinclair," by M. Bovi ; "The Honourable Mrs. Damer," by 

Schiavonetti, proof before any letters; and " Henry Swinburne," by 
M. Bovi, with title in open letters (Wilbraham), £■; 17s. 6d. 

79 " Love," by T. Ryder, open letter proof; " The Hours crowning 

Virtuous Love," by the same, proof before any letters; and Master 
Hugh Seymour," by H. Hall (Pollard), £8 i8s. 6d. 

80 " Love and Peace," by C. Townley; " Miss Harriet Eyre," by 

Bartolozzi; and "Caroline Isabella Somerset," by Bond, proof before 
any letters (Mason), £^ 4s. 

81 " Lady Theodosia Cradock," by A. Freschi, proof before any letters; 

" Mr. Horace Beckford," by J. Cond^; and " Louisa Paolina Cosway,' 
by A. Cardon (Breun), ^^5 5s. 

82 " Isabella, Lady Sefton," by W. Dickinson, proof before letters, in red; 

and " Isabella Czartoryska," by Testolini (Mason), £6 6s. 

83 " Anne, Countess of Radnor," by M. Bovi, open letter proof; and " Lady 

Maria Stanhope," by A. Cardon (Vaughan), £y ys. 

84 " Mrs. Whiteford and son," by G. Minnsi, proof before letters; and 

the " Prince and Princess of Wales," by M. Sloane, with title in 
open letters (Forbes), ;^3 3s. 

85 "Lady Cockerell (as a Gipsy Woman)"; and a "Lady in the character 

of a Milkmaid," by J. S. Agar, a pair (Pinto), ;^ii iis. 

86 " Lady Heathcote," by the same, with title in open letters (Fowler), 

£10 los. 

87 " Mrs. Jackson; " and " Mrs. Tickell," by J. Condd (Pinto), .;£'i2 12s. 

88 " Mrs. Merry," by A. Cardon; and " Miss O'Neill as ' A Beggar 

Woman,' " by J. S. Agar (Bird), £ji 13s. 6d. 



June 14, 1910. 351 

8g " Mrs. Fitzherbert," by J. Conde, proof before letters (Amort, 

j^i6 i6s. 
90 " Harriet, Viscountess Bulkeley," by F. Bartolozzi, etched letter proof, in 

red (Fowler), ;C5 ISS- 6d. 
gi " The Portrait of a Grecian Lady (Mrs. Baldwin)," by the same, in red 

(Forster), ^i is. 
r)2 " Mrs. Undy," by the same; and "George, Fourth Duke of Marlborough," 

by J. S. .Agar, proof before letters (F. Daniell), £s 5^- 

93 " Lady Caroline Spencer," by W. W. Barney (Pollard), £j2 12s. 

94 " Juliana, Countess of Carrick, .ind her daughters," by J. R. Smith 

(Wall), jCg 9S- 

95 "A Lady with a Young Girl," by G. Minasi ; and "Youth" (Henry 

Luboniirrski), by F. Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Ellis and .Smith), 

£^3 13s. 

96 " Mrs. Duff," by J. .Agar, printed in colours (F. Daniell), ^^'43 is. 

The property of a gentleman. 

97 " Francis, Lndv Bridges," after Cotes, by J. Watson, first state (James), 

i;i6 16s. 

After SIR J. REYNOLDS. 

98 " Simplicity (Miss Gwatkin)," stipple by F. Bartolozzi (Burton), £4 4s. 

99 "Miss Theophila Palmer," by J. R. Smith, second state (Ellis and 

Smith), j{l2i. 
100 " Mrs. Morris," by J. R. Smith (Rose), ;^3 13s. 6d. 
loi " Miss Nelly O' Brien," by J. Wilson, proof before any letters (Ellis and 

Smith), jC.g 19s. 6d. 

102 "Miss Polly Kennedy," by T. Wilson, first state (Rose), £6 6s. 

103 " The Duchess of Cumberland," by J. Watson, first state (Maggs), ;^ai. 

104 " Hon. Miss .Moncton," by J. Jacobe (Pearson), £.2j 6s. 

105 " Hon. Mrs. Tollemache," by J. Jones (Pearson), j^i3 13s. 
jo6 " The Duchess of Rutland," by V. Green (Pearson), ;£;i7 17s. 

107 " The Duche.^s of Devonshire," by V. Green (.W. Sabin), £^8 6s. 

108 " Mrs. Mathew," by W. Dickinson (Rimell), j£^i4 14s. 

109 " Lady Bampfylde," by T. Watson (Davis), £^42. 

Other properties. 

no " Le Carquois Epuis6," after Baudouin; and " Le Petit Jour," after 
Freudeberg, by N. dc Launay, a pair (Ellis and Smith), £25 14s. 

111 " Le Concert;" and " Le Bal Par6," after St. .\ubin, by Duclos, a 

pair (Cox), ^26 5s. 

112 " Lady Kenyon," after Hoppner, by H. Meyer, proof (Howell), ;^I2 12s. 

113 " Master Lambton," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R..A. (Davis), 

;^I2 I2S. 

114 " Miss Serocold," after J. Downman, by H. Kinsbury, proof before the 

title (Fowler), £16 i6s. 

115 " The. Fruit-barrow " (the \\'alton Family), after H. Walton, by J. R. 

Smith (F. Daniell), £30 9s. 

116 " Eliza " (Mrs. Hoppner), after Hoppner, by J. Young (Colnaghi), 

117 "Rt. Hon. William Pitt," after G. Dupont, by R. Earlom, proof 

before letters (Grey), ^^50 8s. 



352 x\RT PRICES CURRENT. 

ii8 " Miss Benedetta Ramus," alter Romney, by W. Dickinson, before the 
title on the book (Grey), ^£15 15s. 

119 " Mrs. Montague," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. K. Smith (Parker), 

£4 4S- 

120 " Lady Cfiarles Spencer," after the same, by W. Dickinson (Parker', 

^4 4s. 

121 " Hon. Mrs. Stanhope," after the same, by (. R. Smith (W. Sabin), 

£g 19s. 6d. 
123 " Colonel Tarleton," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, first state 
(Ellis and Smith), £s^ 14s. 

123 " Dr. Robinson," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith (Vaughan), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

124 " George, Prince of Wales," after Gainsborough, by J. R. Smith (Rimell), 

£3 3S- 

125 & 126 " Mrs. Musters," " The Duchess of Devonshire," and " The 

Fortune-teller," " Venus Chiding Cupid," and other Portraits and 
Subjects, after Reynolds, by S. W. Reynolds (Maynard), £2 123. 6d. 

127 " The Farmer's Stable," after Morland, by W. Ward, printed in 

colours (W. Sabin), £2g 8s. 

128 " The Farm Yard;" and the " Farmer's Stable," after and by the same 

(Parker), £^ 4s. 

129 " Portraits of ' t^ap-hazard ' and ' Muly-Molock '," after B. Marshall, by 

Cooke, open letter proofs (Fores), ;^24 3s. 

130 " King George III. returning from hunting;" and " The Royal Hunt 

in Windsor Park," after Pollard, by Dubourg, a pair in colours 
(de Swart), j^2i. 

131 "The Story of Letitia," after Morland, by J. R. Smith, the set of six, 

printed in colours (Jacobs), j£ji62 15s. 

132 "A St. James' Beauty;" and "St. Giles' Beauty," after Benwell, by 

Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Roberts), £52 los. 

133 " The .Spirit of a Child," and Companion, after Rev. W. Peters, 

by F. Bartolozzi, a pair, in brown (Clifford), £1 is. 

134 " Tom and his Pigeons;" and '' The Favourite Rabbit," after J. Russell, 

by G. Knight, a pair, printed in colours (Bird), £;i 13s. 6d. 

135 "The Satyr and the Traveller," after Jordaens, by V. Green, printed in 

colours (de Swart), £y 17s. 6d. 

136 "The Woodman," after I5arker, by Bartolozzi; and "The Thatcher," by 

and after J. Burney, printed in colours (Hoy lake), j^io los. 

137 " Illustrations to Macklin's British Poets," after Kauffman, Hamilton, 

M. Cosway, and others, by Bartolozzi, Burke, etc., finely printed in 
colours, with uncut margins (Pe"arson), £g gs. 

138 & 139 "Princess of Wales," after C. Jones, by Agar; "Venus and 

/Eneas," after Kauffman, by Ryder; " Musidora," after Hamilton; 
and " Dorothea," after T. Clarke, by W. Say (Fowler), £2 13s. 6d. 

140 " The Soldier's Departure," and " Soldier's Return", a pair, printed 

in colours (Pa-ker), £1 5s. 

141 Classical Subject, after Cipriani; and " Priam and Achilles," after 

Copley, bolh printed in colours (Parker), £2 2S. 
14a " The Spirit of a Child," after Peters, by Bartolozzi, a pair, printed in 

colours (Fowler), £2 2S. 
143 " Rembrandt," after Rembrandt, by Pelicier (withdrawn). 



Jun2^4j iQio- 353 

144 & 145 "F. Bartolozzi," after Reynolds, by Marcuard, in red; "Venus 
attired by ths Graces; " and the " Choice of Paris," after A. 
Kauffman, by Bartolozzi, a pair (Geoffrey), £n 14s. 6d. 

146 " The Gordon Riots," after Wheatley, by J. Heath, proof before letters 

(Parker), j£i is. 

147 " Battle at La Hogue;" and " The Death of General Wolfe," oroot, 

after B. West, by WooUett (Maggs), £i 5s. 
i.)8 Shootin)^ Subjects, after Stubhs, by Woollett, a set of four, three 
proof's (Fores), £j 17s. 6d. 



354 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



June 17, 1910. The collection of Sir Frederick 
Thorpe Mappin, Bart., deceased, late of Thornbury, 
Sheffield. (Sold by order of the Executors.) 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 
DRAWINGS. 

1 Branwhite, C. (i868), "Winter near Ashburton, Devonshire," 20J x 32I 

(Wilson), :£'2i. 

2 Dobson, W. C. T., R.A. (1872), "Faith," igl x 16! (Lister), £ii lis. 

3 Earle, C, "A South-Down Farm," 18J x 27J (Lister), j^5 5s. 

4 Goodall, F., R.A., "The Royalist,* iSJ x 26J (Sampson), £is iss. 

PICTURES. 

5 Adams J. Clayton (1873), " Harvest-Time," 31 x 49 (Wilson), ;£'6o i8s. 

6 Ansdell, R. R..A., "Life: Morning," a stag in the Highlands, 23 x 41I 

(Mitchell), ^19 iqs. 

7 Armfield, G. (1854), "Sporting dogs," 27I x 35I (Sampson), £j 7s. 

8 Baxter, C, "The Coquette," oval, loj x SJ (Sampson), £S 8s. 

9 Beavis, R. (1874), "Charcoal Burners," iij x 19J (Wilson), £12 13s. 

10 Cameron, Duncan (1877), "Harvest-Time: near St. Fillans, Perthshire," 

23j X 38 (Wilson), j£;i5 15s. 

11 Cameron, Duncan (1877), ''Largo Bay, Fife Coast," 23J x 38 (Wilson), 

£7 7s • 

12 Cole, Vicat, R..\. (1859), " A Welsh valley, with a distant view of 

Snowdon," 41 x 59 (Agnew), ;^i47. 

13 Collins, W.. R..\., " Forest Scene," 205 x 165 (Sampson), ^£^17 17s. 

14 Constable, J., R.A., "Stoke by Neyland, Suffolk" 49J x 65, collection of 

Jonathan Nield, Esq. (1879), (Sulley), ;^9,24o. 

15 Cooke, K. W., R.A. (1848), " Shipping, in a rough sea ofT the Bass 

Rock," 40 X S5j (Sampson), ;£'54 12s. 

16 Cooke, E. W., R.A., " Beach Scene," 9^ x 13J (Brocklehurst), ;6^i9 19^. 

17 Cooper, T. S., R.A. (1851), " A Bull and three cows in a pasture," 

S6i x 47J (Sampson), ;{;320 5s. 
j8 Cooper, T. S., R.A. (1871), " Amongst the fells, East Cumberland," 

48 X 83i (Wilson), ^'152 5s. 
ig Creswick, T., R.A., " On the Tees, near Barnard Castle," 27J x 3si 

(Sampson), ^£'22 is. 
20 Creswick, T., R..'\., " Mountainous River Scene," 17" x 23J (Sampson), 

£22 IS. 
ai Crowe, Eyre, A. R.A. (1864), "Luther posting his Theses on the 

Church door of Wittenberg," 49J x 78 (Newton), ;£'iio 5$. 

22 Davis, H. W. B., R.A. (1882), " In Ross-shire," 47* x 83 (Wilson), ;^3j6. 

23 Ellis, Edwin, "Baiting Crab-pots, Flamborough Head," 35J x 60 (Vicars), 

j£^82 19s. 

24 Feed, J., R.S.A., ''Tarn O'Shanter," 13 x i6i (Wilson), ;£iio 5s. 



June 17, 1910. 355 

25 Fielding, C, "Woody Landscape, with a peasant driving cattle," 

iSj X 23i (Leggatt), £126. 

26 Frith, W. P., R.A. U870), "Amy Robsart and Janet," 31 x 25J 

(Wilson), £&i i8s. 

27 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "A Gipsy Encampment," 47 x 58, Wynn Ellis 

collection (1876), (Agnew), £'i.i02 los. 

28 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "Gads Hill Oak," 50 x 39^ (Agnew), jQddi los. 
2g Gainsborough, "Portrait of Mrs. St. Leger, as 'Imogen'," 2g x 24 

(Agnew), £i7%. 

30 Gainsborough, "Portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Hallett, with a dog," 25 x 19 

(Ambley), ^^63. 

31 Goodall, F., R.A. (1867), "Rebekah," 59 x 96 (Lister), j^ios. 

32 Goodall, F., R..\. (185S), " Felice Ballarin reciting Tasso to the people 

of Chioggia," 56 x 95 (Wilson), ;^I3I 5s. 

33 Guido (after), " Nature unfolding the fruits of the Earth," by Sir J. 

Reynolds, P.R..-\., 24 x 29 (.Vmor), j^44 2s. 

34 Hall^, C. E., "The Fortune-teller," 41 x 47J (Wilson), £^() 4s. 

35 Hastings, Mrs. Gardiner, "Ruth," 45 x 31 J (Elliott), £S 8s. 

36 Hillingford, R. (1871), "Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, in the apart- 

ments of the Duchess," 22 x 34 (Mitchell), £^^ 6s. 

37 Hillingford, R. (1869), "She loved me for the perils I had 'scaped, 

and I loved her that she did pity me" ("Othello"), 12 x 16 (Wilson), 
£11 lOS. 

38 Hook, J. C, R.A. (1850), "A Dream of Venice," 48^ x 31 (Wilson), 

£"105. 

39 James, R. S., "Palmistry," and "Grave-diggers," on panel (Wilson), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

40 Koekkoek, H. (1836), ''The Mouth of a River," 11 x 14 (Agnew), £22, 2S. 

41 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1866), "The Close of Summer," 35 x 60 (Wilson), 

;^l68. 

42 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1863), "A Fine Morning in the Lledr Valley." 

iS\ X SZ\ (Sampson), ^792 8s. 

43 Leader, B. W., R.A. (1865), "The Lledr Bridge near Bettws-y-Coed, 

North Wales," 17I x 25^ (Wilson), ^89 5s. 

44 Leslie, C. R., R..\. (1830), "The Merry Wives of Windsor: The 

Dinner at Mr. Page's House," 47I x 68 (Wilson), ^^567. 

45 Linnell, J., sen. (1853), "A View in Surrey," 24 x 29 (Thorne), JC231. 

46 Linnell, J., sen. (1871), "Landscape, with peasants in the foreground," 

27^ X 38J (Sampson), ;^ii5 10s. 

47 Linton, W., "Venice," 15J x 23J (Louis), ;^13 13s. 

48 Logsdail, W. (1884-5), "In the Villa Borghese, Rome," ig\ x 24 

(Lister), £y2 us. 

49 Melby, W. (1866), ''A Vessel going ashore in a Storm," 35 x 60 

(Wilson), £&^. 

50 Morland, G., "A Farmyard," with two horses, a donkey, and three 

pigs, 27J X 35 (.Agnew), ;6"2is ss. 

51 Miiller, W. (1853), "The Grand Canal, Venice," 23i x 37 (Wilson), £i2(>. 

52 Mutrie, M. D., "Roses," lof x SJ (Collings), £2 12s. 6d. 

53 Nasmyth, P. (1823), "View on an Essex River," 22 J s 33 (Agnew), 

£'257 5s- 

54 Nicol, Erskine, .A. R.A. (1866), "Missed," 29 x 22 (S.nmpson), ^^141 155. 

55 Nicol, Erskine. A. R.A. (i868\ " The F.nvouritf .Melody," lyi x 26J 

(Sampson), .;^a36 5s. 



356 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

$6 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A. (1865), "The Rejected Tenant," 23 x 15^ 
(Sampson), ^£'84. 

57 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., "Christopher Sly," 34,} x 49 (Sampson), 

^£■525- 

58 Ouless, W. W., R.A. (1871), "An incident in the Revolution, 1792," 

45 X 35 (Wilson), ^^283 los. 

59 Smart, J., R.S.A. (1882), "The Half-way House," 45 x 71^ (MuUenJ, 

60 Stark, J., "The Ferry," 34 x 50^ (Vicars), j£;io5. 

61 Stark, J., "A Forest Brook," 17I x 23I (Mullen), ;^i3i ss- 

62 Stuart, C, "Ever Onward," 71 x 47 (Elliott), ^^29 8s. 

63 Syer, J. (1875), "Barmouth," 36 x 53J (Thrift), £73 los. 

64 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "View on the Tyne," 28 x 38 (Gooden and 

Fox), £57 15s. 

65 Vincent, G. (1830), "I-andscape," 15 x ig| (Vicars), ^£'31 los. 

66 Webb, J. (1874-5), "Paris," 30 x 49I (Wilson), £52 los. 

67 Webster, T., R.A., "Roast Pig," 28^ x 46I (Wilson), ^^262 los. 

68 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., "Blind-Man's Buff," a sketch, 24 x 34J (Wilson) 

i^73 I OS. 
(14 Woolmer, A. J., " The Rose," oval, 19 x 14I (Louis), £y 7s. 

70 Wyld, W., ''Venice: Morning and Evening," a pair, 5i x 13^ (Wilson), 

£9 9s- 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 
PICTURES. 

71 Bonheur, Auguste, "Cattle in the Auvergne," 385 x 67 (Wilson), £110 5s. 
7J Brillouin, G. (1871), " Mili-tary Critics," 12J x 15I (Wallis), ^^26 5s. 

73 Fichel, E. (1856), " The Chess Players," 14^ x 19 (Leggatt), £2^ 3s. 

74 Fichel, E. (1871), "Reading the News," 8^ x 6i (Cremetti), £$0 8s. 

75 Gronland, Th. (1852), " Flowers and fruit on a table," 36 x 27^ 

(Collings), j^i8 i8s. 

76 Gudin, H., "Early Morning on the Coast," 4I x 8 (Mullen), £2 2S. 

77 Toree, R., "A Gentle Breeze," 47 x 87 (Wilson), ^31 los. 

78 Verboeckhoven, E. (1871), " A Ewe and two lambs, near the coast," 

21J x iS (Mitchell), £yg i6s. 

79 Verboeckhoven, E. (1S51), " Sheep and goat in a barn," 11 x 14 (Mitchell), 

;.^57 15s- 

80 Ziem, F., ''Boats on the Lagoons, Venice," 14J x 2iJ (Tooth), ;£'ios. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

8i Cattermole, G., "The Ambuscade," 13J x Ji8^ (Johnson), £s 155. 6d. 

82 Cox, D. (1840), "River Scene," 95 x 13 (Bale), ;^5o 8s. 

83 Lcitch, W. L. (1863), "Tantallon," 5! x i2i (Mullen), £6 6s. 

84 Fielding, C. (1818), "A Valley Scene," cattle and sheep in the fore- 

ground, ii£ X i6i (Layton), £10 los. 

85 Foster, Birket, "The Island of Mull, from Oban," 8 \ loj (Agnew), 

/;8i 18s. 

86 Foster, Birket, "An Old Cottage at Witley," 8i x vi (Vicars), ;^ios. 

87 Fielding, C. (1830), "View on the Coast," 17} x 21^ (Agnew), ;^262 los. 

88 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., "King Edward VII. as a child, with his 

nurse," a sketch, pastel, 46 x 38J (Eve), £1^ 15s. 

89 Bough, Sam, R.S.A. (1867), " Harvest-Time," 13^ x 20 (Wallis), ^^54 12s. 



June 17, igio. 057 

90 Bough, Sam, R.S.A. (1859), ''Conisbro' Caslle ' 14I x 22J (Bale), 

£3(1 iSS- 

PICTURES. 

91 Ansdell, R., R.A. I1839), "A Spaniel," 39 x 49 (Beal), j^io 10s. 

92 Stott, E., A.R.A., " Storks at the water's edge," 24J x 33 (Eve), 

£31 I OS. 
q3 Charles, J., " Montreuil," 16J x 23 (Gooden and Fox), £(>o i8s. 

94 Israels, J.. " The Music Lesson," 20J x 26 (Bell), ^£"52 10s. 

95 Coif, Vic;it, R.A. (1866), " The Sea at St. Brides," 15J x 23I (Vicars), 

£2 2S. 
g6 Hrirdy, J. and H., " Tlie Twelfth of August: dead grouse and snipe," 

i9i x 29J (Price), ;^25 4s. 
97 Bundy, Edgar (1904), "The Sword Cutler's Daughter," 15I x ai]i 

(Connell), ;^s8 i6s. 
08 Bundy, Edgar (1904), " Bachelors." 17J x 233 (Mullen), ;^54 12s. 
99 Livens, H. M. (1900), "Chrysanthemums, in a green jug," 2o£ x 16J 

(Obach), £3 3S. 

100 Sawdys, P., ''Berenice," 27 x 13J (Mitchell), ;£'S4 12s. 

101 Vermeulen, A., "A Frozen River Scene," with buildings, figures, and 

horses; and "A Woody River Scene," with a cart crossing a bridge; 
a pair, 19J x 27 (Graham), ;^26 5s. 

102 Wetherbee, G. F. (1884), "The Harvest is past, the Summer is ended," 

31 X 60 (Sampson), ;£ri6 i6s. 

103 \A"oods, H., R.A. (1894), " Waiting for the Ferry: V'enice," 26 x 17 

(Tootii), /TSb 2S. 

104 Nasmyth, A., " \'iew of Coul, Ross-shire," 33 x 47 (W. Permain), 

105 Lee, F. R., R.A. (1836), "The Salmon Trap," 39J x 49J (Eade)j £63. 

106 Steer, P. Wilson (1889), "The Sofa," 47 x 53 (.\gnew), £1^1 15s. 

107 Shayer, W., sen., "Cattle in a Landscape," 23J- x igj (Evans), ^^27 6s. 

108 Horsley, J. C, R.A. (1865), "Under the Mistletoe," 24 x 30* (Orme), ;^2l. 
309 Nasmyth, P., ''Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe," 17J x 235 (Reade), ;£,73 los. 

The property of the Rev. Charles J. Steward, deceased, 
late of "' The Cedars," Anglesea Road, Ipswich. 

PICTURE, 
no Cronie, J., "The Boathouse at Blundeston," 18 x 24^ (James), £^S i6a. 

DRAWING. 
Jii Crome, ,)., .A study for " The lio.nthouso at Blundeston," yi x 12J 
(Elderioy), ;^5 5s. 

The property of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 
J12 Allingham, H., "Cottages," 9 x 11 (.Agnow), ;^33 12s. 

113 Cook, E. Wake (1886), "Passing Showers, Grasniere," I5i x 12^ (Gooden 

and Fox), ^17 17s. 

114 Foster, Birket "Th^ Grand Canal, Venice." 6J x gi (Tooth), £sS iht. 



358 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

IIS Haghe, L., "Playing Cards," yj x gj (Cooling), £2 2S. 

lib Paling, J. J., " Dutcii Peasants at a Repast," 16J x 2ij- (Connell), 

£15 ISS. 

117 Skill, F. J., "The Farrier," 4! x si (CoolingJ, ^'3 3s. 

118 Tayler, F. (1861), " The young shepherdess, Bettws-y-Coed," 13 x loj 

(Nash), ;^i IIS. 6d. 

119 Thorne-Waite, R. (1891), "The River Adur, Bramber, Sussex," 12^ x 36J 

(Agnew), ^763. 

120 Trayer, J., "Shrimpers," 15I x iij (Vokins), jQ6 6s. 

lai De Wint, P., "River Scene," 8| x 12 (Falser), £b i6s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

122 Ferg, P. F., "The Charlatan," 8 x io| (Schroeder), j^i2 12s. 

123 Goodall, F., R.A., " Water-carriers on the Nile," 11 x 8 (Evans), 

:f,lO IDS. 

124 Hardy, F. D., and Hardy, G. (1857), "Reading the Bible," 8 x 6i 

(Vicars), ;^io ids. 

125 Heffner, K., "The Thames at Streatley," 4 x s£ (Robson), £6 6s. 

126 Lambinet, T. (1872), "Bougival-on-the-Seine," 2li x 28 (Cremetti), £ib&. 

127 Luminals, W., "The Return of the Prodigal," 14^ x lyi (Connell), 

£S 5s- 

128 Michel, G., "Landscape," g x 12 (Obach), £$ 53. 

129 Morland, G., "The Interior of a Stable," gj x iij (W. Permain,, 

£17 17s. 



June 22, 1910. 359, 



June 22, 1910. Etchings and engravings. The- 
property of a gentleman. 

D. Y. CAMERON. 

Unframed. 

1 " The Three Barrows "; " The Sycamore "; and " Downing Street " 

(Connell), ^£'17 17s. 

2 " Newgate "; " Downing Street "; and " The Sycamore " (Dott), jQii 7s.. 

3 " Waterloo Place " (Connell), ;£"ii ii^. 

4 " The Horse Guards " (Bell), £% i8s. 6d. 

5 " Dryburgh " (Tooth), £,6 6s. 

6 " Stirling Town "; and " The Three Barrows " (Bell), ^^13 2s. 6d. 

7 "Tayside"; and " Arran " (Connell), jQi\ iis. 

8 " Old Houses: Greenock "; and " The Three Vagrants " (Dott), 

£16 16s. 

9 " The Little Devil of Florence "; and " The Title Page to the N. Italian- 

Set " (Connell), j£rii lis. 

10 Two impressions of the same subjects (Bell), ;£'ii lis. 

11 " The Leaf Cart," after A. Mauve (Bell), ;^io los. 
12 " Berwick-on-Tweed " (Bell), £16 i6s. 

13 " Murthly-on-Tay " (Tooth), £\2i 2s. 6d. 

14 " Ayr " (Davis), £& 8s. 

15 " Broomielaw "; and " Boquhapple " (Hast), £ig igs. 

16 " The Veteran " (Hast), £?, i8s. 6d. 

17 .Another impression of the same (Hast), j£rii iis. 

18 " The Tweed at Coldstream," two impressions (Connell), ;^I3 13s. 

19 " Custom House "; and " Thames Wharf " (Connell), £t.ij 8s. 6d. 

20 " Paolo Salviati " (Hast), £1-^ 2s. 6d. 

21 " Haarlem " (ObacH), £\^ 19s. 

22 " Ponte del Trinita: Florence" (Dott), ;^8 8s. 
2.< " Mary ' (Dott), £11 iis. 

24 Another impression of the same (Dott), jCii iis. 

25 " .Alkmnar " (Dott), £^ gs. 

26 " Montevilliers," first state (Dott), jfia 12s. 

27 " Montevilliers," second state (Connell), j£ri2 is. 6d. 

28 " St. Merri " (Tooth), ^15 15s. 

29 " The Old Revenge," £q 19s. 6d. 

30 " A Veneti.in Fountain," ^15 15s. 

31 .'Vnother impression of the same (Hast), ;^I3 13s. 

32 " The Wine Farm " (Hast), ^£722 is. 

33 " Plusc.Trden " (Tooth), ;^u iis. 

34 " The Rialto " (Bell), £i(, 16s. 

35 Another impression of the same (Dott), £ii iSa. 
3(1 .Another impression (Connell), £\<) 19s. 

37 " Siena " (Connell), ;^42. 

38 " A Venetian Street Scene " (Dott). ^^14 14s. 

39 " The Bridge of Sighs " (Bell), £\6 5s. 6d. 



36o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

40 " The Border Tower " (Connell), ;^37 16s. 

41 " Broad Street, Stirling " (Connell), ;^i8 18s. 

42 " Rue St. JuTien-le-Pauvre " (Bell), £8 18s. 6d. 

43 Another impression of the same (Bell), ;^8 i8s. 6d. 

44 " Hotel de Sens " (Connell), jCi3 13s. 

45 " St. Cervais " (Dott), ;^"i6 i6s. 

46 Another impression of the same (Dott), ;^i5 15s. 

47 " A Dutch Damsel " (Bell), /J2y 6s. 

48 " John Knox's House " (Dott), ^^,"26 /;s. 

49 Another impression, before the signature (Leave), £28 7s. 

50 " Tintoretto's House " (Dott), a^i2 12s, 
/ii " The Crucifix " (Dott), £26 us. 

52 " Place Plumerreau : Tours " (Connell), ^^24 .-^s. 

53 "North Porch: Harffeur," second state (Connell), £2^ iis. 

54 .'^mother impression of the same state (Connell), £^2 lis. 

55 " The Workshop " (Connell), ;^27 6s. 

56 Another impression of the same (Dott), ;£26 5s. 

57 " Robert Ley's Workshop " (Davis), ;^32 lis. 

58 Another impression of the same (Connell), ^£'32 lis. 

59 " The Old Tolbooth, Edinburgh " (Leave), ;^33 12s. 

60 Another impression of the same (Connell), ^£'32 iis. 
■61 " Chartres " (Fine Art Society), /^2-^ 2S. 

62 " The Doge's Palace, Venice " (Connell), ;^32 iis. 

63 "The Belgium Set: a Series of Ten Etchings," in a portfolio (Connell), 

;£^294. 

64 Bone, Muirhead, " Hove " (.\gnew), ;^I3 2s. 6d. 

■65 Bone, Muirhead, another impression of the same (Dott), ;^I2 12s. 

66 Bone, Muirhead, " Wilmington, Sussex " (Agnew), ^^16 5s. 6d. 

67 Bone, Muirhead, another of the same (Agnew), ;£'i6 5s. 6d. 

68 Whistler, J. M., " The Little Putney," artist's proof; and The Title 

to the French Set (Tones), j^8 iSs. 6d. 

69 Whistler, J. M., " St. James' Street "; " The Wine Glass "; and 

" Vauxhall Bridge " (Jones), ^^ii os. 6d. 

70 Haden, Sir F., Seymour, " Newcastle-in-Emlyn "; and " Penarth, Soutn 

Wales " (Jones), £j 7s. 

71 Rembrandt, " Jesus Christ Preaching," called " La Tombe " (Jones), 

;^io 10s. 

The property of a gentleman. 

n. \'. CAMF.RO.W 
Frani^ed. 

72 " The Bridge of Sighs " (St. David), £j6 i6s. 

73 " The Monastery " (Jones), ^£"26 5s. 

74 " A Pastoral " (Connell), ;£io los. 

75 " The Landscape with Trees " (Jones), ;^i3 2S. 6d. 

76 " The Avenue " (Tooth), ;£'i2 12s 

77 " Pluscarden " (St. David), ;£'ii iis. 

78 " Porto del Molo " (Davis), ;£'i8 i8s. 

79 " The Two Bridges " (Bell), £ig 19s. 

80 " A Lady of Genoa " (Davis), £6 6s. 



June 22, igio. 361 

81 " A Venetian Street " (Dottl. j^.i^ 14s. 

82 " Old St. Etienne, Caen " (Gutekunst), £27 '6*. 

83 " A Palace Doorway " (Connell), £s^ '°s- 

84 " A Venetian Palace " (Connell). £^60 i8s. 

85 " St. Mark's, Venice " (Dott), £.42. 

The property of a gentleman. 

n. V. CAMF.RON. 

86 " The Veteran "; and " Across the Sands " (Connell), £g 9s. 

87 " Old Age " (Dott), ^10 los. 

88 " Haarlem," early impression (Obach). ;£.2y 6s. 
Sq " The Vale of Clyde " (Connell), £16 16s. 

1,0 " Place riumereau. Tours " (Connell), -£2^ 8s. 



The following were the property of a gentlcm-in 
(deceased). 

91 " Lady Leitrim and Child," after Sir T. Lawrence, by Scott Bridgwater, 

artist's proof (Gooden and Fox), £^0 los. 

92 " The Frankland Sisters," after J. Hoppner, by the same, artist's proof 

(Meyer), /TiS 16s. 

93 " Boy with a Rabbit," after Raeburn, by J. Cother Webb, artist's proof, 

(Meyer), £7 7s. 

94 " Moorland and Mist," after P. Grah.im, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof 

(Bell), £?. iss. 6d. 

95 "Mrs. Lee' Acton," after Romney, by Scott Bridgw.-iter, artist's proof 

(Gooden and Fox), £14 14s. 

96 " Lady Hamilton as ' The Seamstress,' " after the same, by J. Brown; 

and the same as " The Spinstress," after ditto, by C. Jeens, artist's 
proofs (Leggatt), £6 6s. 

97 " Lady Hamilton as ' Cassandra,' " after G. Romney, by F. Legat, etched 

letter proof (Leggatt), £4 14s. 6d. 

98 " Dummy Whist," after Dendy Sadler, by Gaugain, artist's proof; and 

" Home Brewed, ' after the same, by W. Boucher, remarque proof 
(Frost and Reed), ;^)6 5s. 6d. 

After J. L. MEISSONIER. 

99 " Post Horses," by L. Monzies, artist's proof, signed (Jones), ;^6 i6s. 6d. 

100 " Petit Poste de Grande Garde," by J. Jacquet, remarque proof 

(Jones), j{?5 15s. 6d. 

101 " Les .Amateurs d'Estampes," by the same, remarque proof (Jones), 

^4 14s. 6d. 

102 " The Stirrup Cup." by the same, remarque proof (Tooth), £y 17s. 6d. 

103 " 1807," by the same, artist's proof, signed (Tooth), ;£io 10s. 

104 " 1806," by the same, artist's proof (Meyer), £6 i6s. 6d. 

105 " Le Guide," by .\. Jacquet, remarque proof (Tooth), ^^13 13s. 

106 " Salisbury Cathedral," after J. Constable, by D. Lucas (Leggatt), 

£^3 13s- 



362 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

107 " Sir Richard Steele's Cottage "; and " The White Horse," after and 

by the same, engraver's proof (Connell), ;/7i3 13s. 
loS " A Summer Land "; " Windmill at Colchester "; and " On the Orwell," 

after and by the same, engraver's proofs ( ), j£^i6 i6s. 

S. COUSINS, R.A., 
log " The Dauphin," after Greuze, artist's proof (Agnew), ^"13 2s. 6d. 
no " Miss Penelope Boothby," after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof (Fine Art 
Society), ;£"i3 13s.. 

111 " A Midsummer Night's Dream," after Sir E. Landseer, artist's proof 

(Bell), ^s Ss. 

112 " Miss Peel," after Sir T. Lawrence (W. Sabin), £1^ 3s. 6d. 

113 " Lady Dover and child," after the same (Wormald), ^£76 6s. 

114 " Master Lambton," after the same (Bell), ^£'12 12s. 

115 " Lady Gower and child," after the same (Jones), ;£'27 6s. 

116 "The Countess of Dorset," after Kneller, by J. Faber; and "A 

Bacchante," after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. W. Reynolds (Jones), ;^3 3s. 

117 " The Earl of Fife," after A. W. Devis, by R. Dunkarton, open letter 

proof (Davis), £i 3s. 

118 " Miss Farren," after Sir T. Laurence, by F. Bartolozzi (Leggatt), 

£12 12s. 

After G. MORLAND. 

119 "Travellers," by W. Ward; and " Fishermen," by J. Young, open letter 

proof (Leggatt), ;^33 12s. 

120 " The Fisherman's Hut "; and " Selling Fish," by J. R. Smith, a pair 

(Jones), £2g 8s. 

121 " The Turnpike Gate," by W. Ward (W Sabin), £n 14s. 

122 " The Public House Door," by the same, with title in open letters 

(Leggatt), £1^ 14s. 

123 " The Return from Market," by J. R. Smith, with title in open letters 

(Jones), j£'i2 I2S. 

Other properties. 

124 " The Cries of London," after F. Wheatley, R.A., by Cardon, 

Schiavonetti, Gaugain and others, the set of thirteen, printed in 
colours (W. Sabin), ^£'420. 

125 " Guinea Pigs" and " Dancing Dogs," after G. Morland, by T. Gaugain 

(Bell), £7 7S- 

126 " The ICarl of Darlington and his Fox Hounds," after B. Marshall, by 

J. Dean; and " Francis Dukinfield and his Harriers," after the same, 
by R. Woodman, a pair (W. Sabin), £m 14s. 

127 " Pavilion," after Chalon, by W. Ward, engraver's proof; and another 

(Jacobson), ^23 2S. 

128 " Daniel Haigh," after A. Cooper, by W. Giller, open letter proof; and 

" Satirist," after Spalding, by C. Hunt, printed in colours (Amor), 
£'i 4S. 

129 " The Duke of Beaufort's Brighton Coach," after Shayer, by Fairland; 

"The Mail Guard," by Dubourg ; and another printed in colours 
(Fores), £g gs. 

130 " Hunting Subjects," by and after Pollard, a set of four in colours 

(Parsons), ,;^I2 12s. 



June 24, 1910. 363 



June 24, I9I0. The collection of important ^Modern 
Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, removed from Crag- 
side, Rothbury, forming a portion of the Armstrong 
heirlooms, and sold by order of the Right Hon. Lord 
Armstrong, with the leave of the Court. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

DRAWING. 

1 Frcre, Ed., 1869, " La Dinette," 10 x 13I (Baker), ;£'68 53. 

PICTURES. 

2 Bonheur, Rosa, 1869, " The Deer Park at Fontainebleau," 21J x 175 

(Tooth), ;^24I lOS. 

3 Fantin-Latour, H., 1872, " Chrysanthemums in a pot," 17^ x 14 (Obach), 

;^I20 ISS. 

4 Fr^re, Ed., 1862, " The Young Student," gj- x 7I (Wallis), j£;7i 8s. 

5 Frire, Ed., 1860, "The Bird-Trap: Winter," 12J x 16 (Tooth), ;^i2o 15s. 

6 Fr6re, Ed., 1854, " La Petite Laitid're," 9^ x 7 (Mullen), ^^39 18s. 

7 Guillemin, A., " La Priere," g| x 7 (Morgan), ;^i5 153. 

8 Israels, Josef, " On the Strand," 11^ x 9 (Gooden and Fox), ^£'420. 

9 Linnig, W., " The Curiosity Dealer," 26 x 35^ (Marsall), £16 i6s. 

10 Schreyer, Ad., " The Burning Stable," 46I x 76-J (Wallis), £6$^. 

11 Verboeckhoven, E., 1856, " The Twins," 255 x 21J (Sampson), .£157 10s. 

BRITISH SCHOOL. 

DRAWINGS. 

12 Burne-Jones, Sir, E., 1871, " The Sleeping Beauty," loi x 14^ (Wallis), 

£3^5 103. 

13 Burton, Sir, F. W., 1S69, " Cassandra Fedele," 29^ x 20 (.'\gnew), ^^105. 

14 Cox, D., " Ulverston Sands," 23 x 33J (Agnew), ;^i,o5o. 

15 Cox, D., "Lancaster Castle: Morning," iij x 18J (Agnew), ;£'23i. 

16 Cox, D., " The Golden Vale, Carmarthenshire," 10 x 14^ (Agnew), ;£'i26. 

17 Cox, D., 1836, " Rhyl Sands," 7J x loj (Agnew), ;£'ii5 los. 

18 Cox, D., " Bolsover Castle," 8x11 (Agnew), £2;^!. 

19 Cox, D., 1836, " Across the Heath," 7J x lOj (Leggatt), ;^68 5s. 

20 Cox, D., " Going to the Mill," 7 x gj (.Agnew), £1^7 los. 

21 Cox, D., " A Lonely Ride," 7J x 12I (R. J. Smith), £^S 6s. 

22 Cox, D., 1845, " Cottages near the Bridge, Bettws-y-Coed," 8i x iij 

(Agnew), ;^57 iss. 

23 Cox, D., 1846, " Fishing, Bettws-y-Coed," 8 x iij (Mullen), £50 8s. 

24 Cox, D., 1832, " Pont de la Concorde, Paris: Sunset," yi x loj (Agnew), 

j^S7 I.SS. 

25 Cox, D., " An Old Welsh Bridge," 7a x 12 (W. Willis), £^2. 



364 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

26 Cox, D., 1850, " Bett\vs-y-Coed, North Wales," 7^ x loj (Agnew), 

£t,i I OS. 

27 Fielding, C, 1839, " Sussex Downs," 16J x 22I (.\gne\v), £2J2- 

28 Fielding, C, 1840, " Loch Lomond," gi x 125 (Gillott), ;^3is. 

29 Fielding, C, " Ullswater," 9 x 12 (Mullen), £^^ 12s. 

30 Foster, Birket, " Hexham," loj x i^i (Agnew), j^'aio. 

31 Foster, Birket, " Egg Poachers," 8f x 13J (Agnew), ;£'i36 los. 

32 Hunt, \V., "A Boy reading: Candlelight," g x 6J (.•\gne\v), ^£'57 15s. 

33 Prout, S., " Vicenza," i6i x 105 (Tooth), £s° 8s. 

34 Roberts, D., R.A., 1831, " Obervvesel," 18 x 17J (.Agnew), ;^ios. 

35 Robson, G. F., " Stirling Castle," 22I x 32 (Leggatt), ;£'3i 10s. 

36 Rossetti, D. G., 1868, " Marguerite," red chalk, 37 x 28 (Gooden and Fox)i 

£44 2S. 

37 Stanfield, C, R..A., " Webly Castle," 12I x 19I (Agnew), ;^i8 i8s. 

38 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Dunstanborough Castle," ii^ x 16J 

(engraved by R. Brandard. 1830, in "England and Wales"), (Agnew), 
^630. 

39 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "Kidwelly Castle, Carmarthenshire," ii| x 17J 

(engraved by T. Jeavons, 1S37, in "England and Wales"), (.Agnew), 
^609. 

40 Turner, J. M. W., R..^., " The Lake of Lucerne," ii£ x 18 (.Agnew), 

;£;i.995- 

41 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " A View on the Rhine, with a Castle on the 

left," 6x9 (Blaker), ;£^i99 los. 

42 De Wint, P., " Harrowing, near Kenihvorth Castle," 65 x loj (Vokins), 

£78 ISS. 

43 De Vv'int, P., " Dunstanborough," 9 x 12^ (.-Vgnew), ;^42. 

PICTURES. 

44 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1874, " Goatherds, Bay of Gibraltar," 49I x 75! 

(Lister), ^£236 ss- 

45 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1869, " A Pause in the storm in sunset," 39^ x 59} 

(Vicars), ;^i26. 

46 Collins, W., R..\., " .An Irish Fishing Village," 17 x 23^ (Gooden and 

Fox), ;£'94 I OS. 

47 Constable, J., R.A., " The Glebe Farm, Dedham," 18 x 23I (Tooth), 

£'2,047 I OS. 

48 Constable, J., R.A., " A View on Hampstead Heath," 15! x 19J 

(Gooden and Fox), £ri3i 5s. 

49 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1852, " Venice," 26§ x 42I (.Agnew), j£;iS2 55. 

50 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1859, " On (he Stour, West Gate, Canterbury," 

a group of cattle standing in the river, 30 x 41-^ (Agnew), £^'189. 

51 Cox, D., 1844, " Caer Cennen Castle, Carmarthenshire, South Wales," 

38 X 31 (Sully), £4^1. 

52 Cox, D., 1845, " Wind, Rain, and Sunshine," 17J x 245 (Gooden and Fox), 

£^504- 

53 Cox, D., 1852, " The Hayfield," 18J x 28i (Vicars), j^S'S- 

54 Cox, D., 1853, "Solitude," 355 x 30^ (Huggins), j£:ns los. 

55 Cox., D., " The Stepping-Stones at Bettws-y-Coed," loj x 15 

(Gooden and Fox), a£r78 i.^is. 

56 Cox, D., 185s, " A View in Wales," with a peasant on a grey horse, and 

a woman walking by his side. lo-^ x 15 (Vicars), j£;36 iss. 



June 24, 1910. 365 

57 Cox, D., 1850, " A View in Wales," '.vith a peas.int-woman on a p.ilh 

by a pool, 6^ x qf (Thome), ,£747 5s. 

58 Crome, J., " High Tor, Matlock," 15 x 23 (Vicars), ^£721. 

59 Egg, A. L., R.A., "Beg, Sir!" figures hy G. B. O'Neill, 14 x lo 

(Vicars), £2^ 6s. 

60 Faed, T., R.A., " Evangeline," 14J x \\\ (Gooden and Fox), jQd^ 2s. 

61 Goodall, F., R.A., 1858-70, " The Water-Carrier," 21^ x 15 (Mullen), 

£-i-] 17s. 

62 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1875, "Crossing the Moor," 53 x 71I (Ellis), £.(iy!i. 

63 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1876, "Moorland Rovers," 49 x 72^ (Gooden and 

Fox), ;^546. 

64 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1852, "The Squire's Pets," 13J x igj (Mitchell), 

£2^ IS. 

65 Hook, J. C, R.A., 1868, "The Lobster-Catcher," 28^ x 43 (Gooden and 

Fox), /72q4. 

66 Hook, J. C, R.A., iS66, "Washerwomen, Brittany," 26^ x 42 (Evans), 

67 Hook, J. C, R.A., "Venice, 1550," igj x 23I (Cassell), £,21^ 8s. 

68 Horsley, J. C, R.A., i86g, "Caught Napping," 14J x 2oi (Vicars), ^£^22 is. 

69 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " A Highland Whisky-Still," 10 x 14 (Dewar), 

iJl2 I2S. 

70 Landseer, Sir E., R..^., "Loch Morlich, Glenmore," qJ x 13J (Vicars), 

;^I2 IS. 6d. 

71 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., ".A Highland Landscape," 7J x gj (St. David), 

£\0 IDS. 

72 Leslie, G. D., R.A., "Cowslips," 55^ x 41I (Sampson), £\2^. 

73 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., "Portions of the Interior of the Grand Mosque 

of Damascus," 6iJ x 46^ (Barton), ^£^325 los. 

74 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., ".A Noble Venetian Lady," 34 x 2S?r (Mitchell), 

j£204 iss. 

75 Linnell. J., Sen., 1S56-66, "A Storm in Harvest," 36 x 52 (Gooden and 

Fox), £:8iq. 

76 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R..^., 1870, "Chill October," 55I x 73^ (engraved 

by Brunet Debaines,) (.Agnew), ;£'5,040. 

77 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1867, "Jephthah," 49! x 63J (Agnew), ;^i,26o. 

78 Morland, G., "The Road-side Inn," 30 x ss (Gooden and Fox), ^682 los. 

79 Moore, Albert, 1872, " Follow my leader," 35I x 725 (Newton), ^£'388 los. 

80 Miiller, W., 1844, "Whitchurch," 30 x 40 (Thrift), ;£'304 los. 

81 Miiller, W., 1S43, "Gillingham," 22 x i6| (Gooden and Fox), :^2io. 

82 MuUer, W., 1841, ".A Street in Cairo," 20 x 14I (.Agnew), £\(>%. 

83 Miiller, W., 1843, "The Good Samaritnn," 2ii x 32J (Gooden and Fox), 

;^84. 

84 Miiller, \A'., "The Interior of a \\'elsh Cottage," loj x 16 (Thorne), 

;^3' 'OS. 

8s Nasmyth, P., 1828, "\ View in Surrey," n| x isJ (Gooden and Fox), 

86 Nasmyth, P., 1825, "Old Cowes Castle: Stormy Weather," Si x 12 

(Gooden and Fox), :^io.";. 

87 O'Neil, H., A.R.A., 1866, "The Last Moments of Raphael," 48 x 72J 

(Sampson), £^i^ los. 

88 Philip, J., R.A., 1864, " The .Spanish Flower-seller," 35 x 28 (Gooden and 

Fox), /r4Q3 los. 
S() Philip, J., R..\.. " Buying Chestnuts," unfinished, 35 x 27 (Byrne), £\o~!. 



366 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

90 Philip, J. R.A., " Dona Pepita," 15I x 13I (W. Permain), £2,j 17s. 

91 Philip, J., R.A., 1866, " A Merry Heart," 13! x ii| (Sampson), ;^39 i8s. 

92 Stanfield, C, R.A., 1839, "On the French Coast," 27^ x 43 (Thorne), 

j^"i83 15s. 

93 Turner, J. M. W., k.A., "Kilgarran Castle," 35 x 46^ (Matheson), ;£J378. 

94 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "A Scene on the River Maas: The Briel Church 

in the distance," 21 J x 35^ (Agnew), £$^7- 
95. Turner, J. M. W., R.A., "A Waterfall, with a man angling, a peasant 
and a dog," 14 x iif (Evans), ^^14 14s. 

96 Webster, T., R.A., "Winding the Skein," 6| x 6i (Leggatt), ^18 i8s. 

97 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., 1816, "The Rabtit on the Wall," 23^ x 19J 

(engraved by G. Burnet), (Lesser), £y7y- 

98 Wilson, R., R.A., "Tivoli," 39^ x 49 (engraved by Byrne), (Tooth), £105. 

99 Wimperis, E. M., "Fittleworth Common: Summer," iij x 19J (Agnew), 

^"157 lOS 

OLD PICTURES. 

100 "Head of a Man," with a green cap, 17! x 13I (withdrawn). 

101 Hogarth, W., "Head of the Poet Gay," wearing a white cap, 16 x i2£ 

(withdrawn). 
J02 Velde, W. Van de, " The Mouth of a River," 17 x 21 J (Ward), ^65 2S. 



June 30, 191 o. 367 



June 30, 1910 (First Day's Sale). Modern Pictures 
and Water-colour Drawings, chiefly of the Barbizon and 
Dutch Schools, being the third and remaining portion of the 
celebrated collection of Alexander Young, Esq., deceased, late 
of I, Aberdeen Terrace, Blackheath. 

CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Bock, Th. de, "A Dutch Town," lo x 20 (Gillott), ;^63. 

2 Bosboom, J., "The Interior of a Church, with a congregation," S x 3J 

(Connell), £.42. 

3 Chattel, F. J. Du, "The Mill," 10 x 7i (Wilson), £s2 los. 

4 Harpignies, H., 1867, "The Pond," 12 x 16^ (Gillott), ^£'225 15s. 

5 Harpignies, H., "The Roman Canipagna," gj x iij (Gooden and Fox), 

6 Harpignies, H., 1884, "Near Herisson," g\ x 12I (Cottier), j£;'23 2S. 

7 Harpignies, H., 1870, "Moulin a Herisson," 9I x 13 (Wallis), ;£s7 15s. 

8 Harpignies, H., "By the River," 3^ x 4J (Malton), £\6 i6s. 

9 Harpignies, H., 1864, "Souvenir de Rome," 8| x 13 (Morris), ^^44 2s. 

10 H.-irpignies, H., " Le Marche aux Fleurs, Nice," 10 x gi (Gooden and Fox), 

£44 2S. 

11 Harpignies, H., 1895, "Les Loups," 6J x q£ (Wilson), £^^2 ids. 

12 Israels, Josef, "Retour de Champs," 8 x 13 (Blaker), ^231. 

13 L'Hermitte, L., 1884, "Plucking Fowls," chalk, i2j x 17^ (Cottier), 

£S2 I OS. 

14 L'Hermitte, L., "The Market," chalk, loj x i(>\ (Mrs. Bevan), ;^42. 

15 L'Hermitte, L., "A Market Scene," chalk, 12I x 20 (Boussod-Valadon), 

£^2. 

16 Maris, W., "Cattle by a Stream," 12 x 16^ (Gooden and Fox), ^£383 S^- 

17 Mauve, A., "A Shepherd and Sheep," 85 x 133 (Gooden and Fox), 

;£'535 10s. 

18 Mauve, A., "The Wheelbarrow," loj x 16J (Connell), ;^24i los. 

PICTURES. 

Ji) Billet, P., 1875, " Winter Fuel," 42 x 27^ (Cremetti). ;^g4 los. 

20 Billet, P., "A Girl Netting," 17J x i4i (Mrs. Bevan), ^^63. 

21 Billotte, R., "Montmartre," 9 x 12J (Gooden and Fox), £14 14s. 

22 Bochmnnn, G. ., ".-\ Denl by the Roadsidt,'' 65 x 9 (Lindler), £42. 

23 Bosboom, J., "The Interior of an old Church, with two figures," 7J . <.i 

(Buffa), £j,S7- 

24 Boudin, E., "Trouville," 12 x 22 (Reid), £jt, los. 

25 Boudin, E., 1873, "Portrieux," 13J x 22J (Durnnd Ruel), ^^78 155. 

26 Boudin, E., "The Beach," 17J x 13^ (Gooden and Fox), ^^96 12s. 

27 Breton, Jules, 188:, "The Fisherman's Wife," 29^ x 37 (G.TSton Bernheim), 

£\2a :ss. 



368 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

28 Corot, J. B. C, "L'Abreuvoir," 20i- x 32 (Cremetti), ;£'6,5lo. 

29 Corot, J. B. C, "The Weed Cutter," 17J x 23I (C. Davis), ;£2,ioo. 

30 Corot, J. B. C, "Matinee de Printemps," 14! x 21I (Agnew), ;£'i,890. 

31 Corot, J. B. C, "The Moat," 23J x 171 (Cremetti), .£^1,995. 

32 Corot, J. B. C, "ChSteau Thierry," 15^ x I2i (Reinhardt), ;£'i,47o. 

33 Corot, J. B. C, "Soleil Couchant," iS x 14I (Agnew), j^i,68o. 

34 Corot, J. B. C, "Joinville sur Marne," gl x I2i (Blal<:er), ;6'2,62S. 

35 Corot, J. B. C, "The Fisherman," /i x 9 (Cottier), £'\S2. 

36 Corot, J. B. C, "Route de la Ferine," 12 x 17J (Agnew), ^£'1,050. 

37 Corot, J. B. C, "Le Matin," loi x 13^ (Agnew), £g2^. 

38 Corot, J. B. C, "Landscape: Trees on rising ground with a group oi 

houses beyond," 10 x 20^ (Gooden and Fox), ;^399. 

39 Corot, J. B. C, "Matin Prfes du Lac," 23 x ig (Gooden and Fox), ;£86i. 

40 Corot, J. B. C "Landscape: A pasture, with cattle and a peasant 

woman." 9 x it (Cottier), £37^- 

41 Corot, J. B. C, "The Well," 9 x 14 (Cottier), ;^2S2. 

42 Corot, J. B. C, "The Path to the Village," i2| x 9^ (Connell), ;^2io. 

43 Corot, J. B. C, "Near Fontainebleau," 9 x I2j (Reinhardt), ^^346 los. 

44 Corot, J. B. C, "The Bay: A view of the coast, with a stranded boat," 

14 X 162 (Gooden and Fox), ;£'246 155. 

45 Corot, J. B. C, "Farm Buildings," io| x q (Wallis), :£'iS7 los. 

46 Corot, J. B. C, "Landscape: A row of trees in a pasture," 3i x 5^ 

(Gooden and Fox), £gg 15s. 

47 Corot, J. B. C, "Landscape: A woody landscape, with a peasant," 

io| x 8| (Blaker), £257 iss. 

48 Daubigny, C. F., 1875, "L'Inondation," 15 x 26 (Agnew), ;£'i,57S. 

49 Daubigny, C. F., 1872, "Cattle Grazing: Sunset," 14 x 26 (Agnew), 

;^I,522 lOS. 

50 Daubigny, C. F., "Les Boeufs et les Grenouilles," o| x ig (Smith), ^630. 

51 Daubigny, C. F., 1873, "The Bank of a River," 13J x 22^ (Reinhardt). 

£1,260. 

52 Daubigny, C. F., 1872, "Les Trois Moullns," 6 x iij (Cottier), ;£i8g. 

53 Daubigny, C. F., " A View of \'erncuil," 125 x 21 (Gooden and Fox), 

^^267 ISS. 

54 Daubigny, C. F., "Les Sables D'OIonnes," is x 26 (Peacock), ;£'682 los 

55 Daubigny, C. F., "The Bullock Wagon," gf x 20J (Agnew), ;£'23i. 

56 Daubigny, C. F., "A Village: A view over a pasture," 6 x isJ (Peacock), 

^^178 los. 

57 Daubigny, C. F., "Clair de Lune," 13 x igj (Paterson), ^£'115 los. 

58 Daubigny, C. F., "A Coast Scene near Utrecht," gj x i8i (Obach), 

;o94 I OS. 

59 Daubigny, C. F., "Driving Cattle," Sh x 12 (Peacock), ;^I20 15s. 

60 Daubigny, C. F., "Pgcherie de Poissy," 9I x 19 (Preyer), ^£^162 15s. 

61 Daubigny, C. F., "Sea-bathing," 61 x 15 (Wallis), ;^94 los. 

62 Diaz, N., "An Opening in the Forest," 11 x 14 (Boussod-Valadon). 

;£'682 I OS. 

63 Diaz, N., "Turkish Women," iil x 9I (Cottier), ;£"23i. 

64 Diaz, N., "Suzanne au Bain," 8J x 6| (Obach), ;£2io. 

65 Diaz, N., "Une Ffite Champetre," 9 x 12 (Blaker), ;£'294. 

66 Dupn5, Jules, "Soleil Couchant," 7* x gj (Boussoud-Valadon), ^546. 

67 Dupr(5, Jules, "Sunset: A pool among rocks, with a peasant angling," 

8 X 13! (Cottier), ;^23i 



June 30, 1910. 369 

68 Dupre, Julien, "Le Paturage," 14J x 2iJ (Thorne), ;^i89. 

69 Frure, Ed., "The Cat: A little child playing with a cat," Qj x 7J (Spink., 

£S7 15s- 

70 Frcre. Ed., "The Lesson," 15^ x 12^ (Teacock), £-ji 8s. 

71 Harpignie.s, H., 1895, "Sentier «i St. Priv6," 23J x 32 (Clark), .£1,522 los. 

72 Hnrpignies, H., 1897, "Effet du Soir," 13! x 195 (Peacock), £i(i^ los. 
7j H. pignies, H., "Autumn," i7f x 14J- (Obach), £2°^ 10s. 

74 Harpignies, H., 1893, "Paysage a I'Oiserie," loj x 17 (Gooden and Fox), 

^"204 15?. 

75 Harpignies. H., 1899, "Sunset: Three children on a footpath near some 

old trees.'" 9 x 10 (Gooden and Fox), £1-^1 ss. 

76 Harpignies, H., "River Scene," 4J x 8| (Peacock), ;£^42. 

77 Harpignies, H., 1875, "The Village Church," 7 x gi (Peacock), ^^73 los. 

78 Hervier, L. H., "The Forest," gj x 12J (Vicars), £^^ 2S. 

79 Israels, Josef, "The Fisherman's Wife," i8i x 285 (Exhibited at the 

Guildhall, 1903), (Reinhardt), ;^2,625. 

80 Israels, Josef, "On the Dunes," loi x 14^ (Connell), £f>Si. 

81 Jacque, Ch., "A Shepherd and his Flock," 24J x 3ii (Tooth), ;£'94S- 

82 Jacque, Ch., "Comfortable Quarters," 17^ x 14J (James King), pCsgg. 

.S3 Jaiquct, Ci.. '• Winter : Hoad of a young lady in dark dress with fur bo3 
and toque." 12 x gJ (C. Davis), £n& 6s. 

84 Jettel, E., 1872, "A Pasturage: Five cows and some ducks," 15^ % 28 

(Couroau), ;£"42. 

85 Jettel, E., "Farm Land," 14 x 24 ^Gooden and Fox), .£152 s.";. 

86 l.cp'n^t, S.. "Moonlight on iliu River," 175 x 21J (Peacock), £Ti los. 

87 Lcpine, S., "On the Seine," gi x i6j (Boussod-Valadon), ;^S4 12s. 

88 Lepinc, S., "A Silent River," 7x9 (Peacock), ^£^52 los. 

8g Lepine, S., ""Le Pont Marie: He St. Louis," 5! x gi (Boussod-Valadon). 

£iS J4S- 
()i) l-epinc, .S., " The Gardens of ihe Tuileries," 6 x g (Montaignac), £G5 5s. 

91 Lepine, S., " The Gardens of the Tuilerics, another view," 6 x g 

(Durand Ruel). j^6o 18s. 

92 Lepine, .S., ".\ sunny river with trees on the banks," 5J x g (Peacock). 

£i6 16.:. 

93 Lepinc, .S., "N'otre Dame," 5i x 9 (Montaignac), ^£^86 2s. 

g4 Marcke, E. Van. "Cattle in a Meadow," 135 x 17 (Cremetti), £yn. 

95 Marcke, E. Van, "Cattle Resting," 7 x 12 (Peacock), ^£'35 14s. 

g6 Maris, J., "Near Dordrecht," 27^ x 42^ (Obach), ;£2,g40. 

g7 Mettling, L., "The Housewife," 14J- x loj (.\rnold and Tripp), £^2 los. 

gS Michel, G.. "The Windmill," 27 x 3g (Preyer), .£173 5s. 

99 Michel, G.. "The Moor," 17 x 27 (Hughes), ^73 los. 

100 Millet, J. F., "The Shepherdess," 8i x 6j (Exhibited at Burlington House, 

iSqd), (Blnker), j£:i.in2 los. 

101 Monticelli, A. T. J., "La Ffitc," 145 x 22I (Reid), ^TSig. 

102 Monticelli, A. T. J., "Three ladies in white, red and green costumes," 

18 X ToJ (Kraushaar), £n~- 

103 Monticelli. A. T. J., "La Fontaine," 15 x igS- (Thorne), ^£241 los. 

104 Monticelli, .A. T. J., "Ladies in a Garden," 5A x 11 (C. Davis), ;^89 5s. 

105 Monticelli, A. T. J., "Girls Dancing," ^\ x nj (Obach), £■;% 15s. 

106 Pasini. A., 1862, "The Hawking Party," 17 x 17! (Peacock), ;^29 8s. 

107 Pasini, A.. 1883, "Resting: Three horses with an Arab outside 1. 

huiidinj;." t x 8i (Gooden and Fox), jQt^ 12s. 

108 Plassan. A. E., "River Scene," 4I x SJ (King), £^^0 gs. 



370 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

log Poggenbeek, G., "The Pasture," 61 x lo (Boussod-Valadon), £^3 10s. 

no Ramos, Garcia Y, "La Foire de Seville," io2 x 7 (Tooth), ,1^42. 

111 Ramos, Garcia Y, "Caf^' Florian, Venice," 9 x 14 (Jackson), .-^27 6s. 

112 Roelofs, W., "Willow Trees," gj x 16 (Gooden and Fox), jC^y 15s. 

113 Rousseau, Th., "Landscape: A rough common with a pool of water in 

the centre," 14 x lyh (Peacock), ^£^483. 

114 Seiler, C, 1874, "The Musician, ' ii| x 14! (Vicars), ;^84. 

115 Thaulow, Fritz, "Souvenir d'Issenden," 17J x 21 (Drucker), j£5/ 15s. 

116 Troyon, C, 1853, "Vaches au Paturage," 385 x 50 (Agnew), ;^5,ogo. 

117 Troyon, C, "Le Troupeau Ramenant," 81 x 10 (Peacock), £2-^;^. 

118 Troyon, C, "Poultry," loj x 7I (Boussod-Valadon), ^^367 los. 

119 Troyon, C, "Sunset: A river scene," 8 x ii| (Peacock), ^£^262 los. 

120 Vincelet, V., "Flowers," 19 x 25 (Wallis), £iii 14s. 

121 Vincelet, V., 1869, "Flowers and Fruit," 13J x i6| (Gooden and Fox), 

122 VoUon, A., "Sea Piece," 12 x 15 (Kraushaar), j^44 2s. 

123 Weissenbruch, J. H., "The Old Mill," 7I x 12J (Preyer), ^^157 los. 
J24 Windmaier, A., "Moonrise: A wood scene with a cottage," 11 x 8J 

(Roos), :£io los. 

125 Ziem, F., "Venice: Moonlighl," 17-i x 25^ (Cremetli), p£ji68. 



July I, 1910. 371 



July 1, 1910 (Second Day's Sale). 



CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 

DRAWINGS. 

126 Baufle, v., "The Windmill," 9 x 14^ (Louis), ;^i4 14s. 

127 Bock, Th. De, "The Shaded Pool," 19I x 13'- (Agnew), £8^. 

128 Bock, Th. De, "Setting Sun," 10 x ii£ (Cottier), ;^44 2s. 

129 Bock, Th. De, "Sunset: A landscape with a shepherd and sheep." 

chalk, loj X 17 (Kinnear), ^^14 14s. 

130 Breitner, G. H., "Carting Timber," 8J x 15I (Preyer), j<i'33 12s. 
J31 Harpignies, H., "Effet d'Orage," 8 x 12 (Morrison), £36 155. 

132 Harpignies, H., "In Paris," 7* x loi (Morrison), £29 i8s. 

133 Harpignies, H., "Sunset: A river scene with trees beyond," gj x 13 

(Morrison), j^57 15s. 

134 Harpignies, H., 1895, "Rue de Rennes, Paris," 9^ x 6J (Gooden and Fox), 

135 Mauve, .A., "Catherine Potatoes," g x Jil (Boussod-Valadon), ;^23i. 

136 Poggenbeek, G., "A Cow and Calf," 8I x 17! (Buffa), ^^231. 

PICTURES. 

137 Bargue, C, "The Artist's Model," 8f x 6^ (\\'allis), ^378. 

138 Bargue, C, ".\ Study for 'The Artist's Model'," 13! x 9 (Thorne), ;^63. 

139 Bargue, C, "A Model: A nude study of a model," 8^ x 6 (Malton', 

£:^^ 12s. 

140 Billet, P., "The Goat Herd," 23! x lyl (Louis), £52 los. 

141 Billet, P., iSgo, "Haymakers," 30 x 40 (Louis), .;^26 55. 

142 Billet, P., 1873, "The Young Brood," 24^ x 17I (Cox), ;^89 .=;.>. 

143 Bochmann, G. v., "The Mid-day Meal," 10 x i6| (Wallis), £^3 :os. 

144 Bo'-hni;mn, G. v., "On the Bench," 7I x 6 (Lindler), ;^33 12.-. 

14s Bosboom, J., "The Interior of a Church," 81 x 7 (Lefevre), ^1,136 ics. 

146 Boudin, E., "The Wharf," 12-1 x i/i (Wallis), i^Sq 55. 

147 Boudin, E., "The White Horse," 6 x 7J (Reid), ;^2i. 

148 Breton, Jules, 1875, "The Haymaker." 26! x 22i (Thrift), £283 10s. 

149 Chattel, F. J. Du, "The Edge of a Canal," 19 x 13I (Wallis), £(>» 5s. 

150 Corot, J. B. C, "Evening Glow," 13 x 21J (Tauber), j^Ts, 722 los. 

151 Corot, J. B. C, "Ville D'Avray," 17I x 21J (Agnew), ^^2,100. 

152 Corot, J. B. C, "The Pond," n x 21 (Wallis), ^71,575- 

153 Corot, J. B. C, "Picardy," I3i x 16* (Arnold and Tripp), ;^i.627 los. 

154 Corot, J. B. C, "The Glade," 12^ x 15* (Boussod-Valndon), ;/:682 10s. 

155 Corot, J. B. C, "Farm Buildings," 8J x 41 (Tempelaere), ;£ri36 los. 

156 Corot, J. B. C, "The Pool," 14! x 17I (Mrs. Bevan), ;^840. 

157 Corot, J. B. C, "The Dyke," 8i x 13£ (Murray). ^^131 5s. 

158 Corot, J. B. C, "The River," 16^ x 13 (Mrs. Bevan), j^8q2 i->=. 

159 Corot. J. B. C. "Shades of Evening," 12 x 17J (Louis), £4^1. 



372 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

160 Corot, J. B. C, "In the Wood," 17I x 14I (Louis), ;^ios. 

161 Corot, J. B. C, "Three Cows," 8 x 13 (Connell), ^^483. 

162 Corot, J. B. C, "The Watering Place," 9 x 15^ (Murray), :^388 10s. 

163 Corot, J. B. C, "Le Lac de Como," 4J x 7 (Gooden and Fox). ^^63. 

164 Corot, J. B. C, "Two figures in a landscape," 7i x 6 (Lefevre), p^l'iSg. 

165 Daubigny, C. F., 1867, "Bords de la Cure, Morvan," 32I x sq 

(Exhibited at the Paris Universal Exhibition, 1900), (Wallis), ^£3,885. 

166 Daubigny, C. F., 1864, "The Ferry," 241 x 39I (Malton), i;4,Si5- 

167 Daubigny, C. F., 1865, "Andressy," 12J x 23J (Wallis), ;^2,20S. 

168 Daubigny, C. F., 1858, "Autumn: A river scene with wooded banks," 

7J x 14 (Reinhardt), :^i,68o. 

169 Daubigny, C. P., "Soleil Couchant," gj x 19^ (Wallis), ;^6i9 ids. 

170 Daubigny, C. F., 1875, "Plage de Viilerville," 15 x 255 (Murray), £651. 

171 Daubigny, C. F., 1894, "Sunset: A river scene with a village," 75 x 13! 

(Wallis), ;^3is. 

172 Daubigny, C. F., "The Farmstead," 7 x 1,1 (Cremetti), £jg() los. 

173 Daubigny, C. F., " River Scene," 9 x 15A (Murray), £iS- 5^- 

174 Daubigny, C. P., "Low Tide at Viilerville," 20 x 31I (Paterson), 

;f 152 ss. 

175 Daubigny, C. F., "The Haystack," loj x 17! (Preyer), ;^no SS- 
J75 Daubigny, C. P., "Low Tide," 65 x 14-i (Agnew), ;^73 los. 

177 Daubigny, C. F., "In the Wood," 9 x 13I (Murray), ^136 los. 

178 Daubigny, C. P., 1886, "The Coast at Viilerville," q x is (Murray), 

;^iS7 los. 

179 Daubigny, C. F., 1874, " A Pcasrinl: Woman with two cows," 7I- x 14! 

(Arnold and Tripp), ^115 10s. 

180 Daubigny, C. P., "Buildings on a River," 9 x 13I (Paterson), £36 IJS. 
i8f Daubigny, C. P., "On the River Oise," 8 x 18 (Murray), ^136 los. 

182 Daubigny, C. P., "A row of farm buildings with thatchers," 7! x I3§ 

(Wallis), ;^S2 los. 

183 Daubigny, C. P., "L'Ete h Vaux," 6^ x 9I (Agnew), ;^26 ss. 

184 Daubignv, C. P., "Woody Landscape with a Cottage," 8i x 13 (Fahrans>. 

£78 'iss. 

185 Daubigny, C. P., "Haymakers," 15^ x loi (Simonson), j£'47 SS. 

186 Daubigny, C. P., "At Valmandois," 8 x 16 (Wallis), £2\. 

187 Daubigny, C. P., "The Bathing Place," 9 x 16 (Wallis), ^^283 los. 
t88 Daumier, H., "A View over a River," si x 14 (De Beam), :^i57 los. 
189 Diaz, N., 1862, "In the Quarry," 12I x 1S5 (Agnew), ^73 los. 

igo Diaz, N., "A Bacchante seated; a man standing behind caressing anothej 
Bacchante," 8f x 5 (Gooden and Fox), ;^2io. 

191 Diaz, N., "Les Ch6nes," 20^ x 16 (Agnew), j^ios. 

192 Diaz, N., "Chemin sous Bois," 13J x loj (Agnew), ^^304 los. 

193 Dupr^, Jules, "Le Moulin," 15 x 18 (Tempelaere), ;£rs88. 

194 Dupr(5, Jules, "Sous Bois," 8-i x loi (Boussod-Valadon), ;£'262 ids. 
igS Dupri5, Jules, "The Stranded Boat," 17J x 215- (Wallis), j^283 los. 

196 Harpignies, H., 1893, "La Loire Prf^s Nevers," 15! x iii (Knoedler; 

^£'136 IDS. 

197 Harpignies, H., 1882, "A Winding River," i2i x igj (Wallis), ;^24i los. 

198 Harpignies, H., 1897, "Moonrise," 17 x iij (Gooden and Pox), ;^2io. 

199 Harpignies, H., 1897, "La Loire A Briare," 61 x I2| (Wallis), ^^126. 

200 Harpignies, H., 1900, "Le Soir," 5 x 8i (Simonson), ^^57 155. 

301 Harpignies, H., 1899, "Bords de la Loire," si ^ 9i (Gooden and Fox), 
£7$ ISS. 



July 1, 1910. 373 

202 Hervier, L. H.. " In the side aisle o( a Church," 8i x sJ (Jackson), 

;^i6 i6s. 
303 Hervier, L. H., "An Old Cottage," 13 x gj (Preyer), £ig igs. 

204 Hoog, Bernard De, "The Seamstress," 15 x nj (Simonson), £^2 los. 

205 Hoog, Bernard De, "Humble Quarters," 10 x 14* (Thorne), ;^35 143. 

206 Israels, Josef, "Grief," 17J x 22J (Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1903). 

(Lefevre), 3^1,470. 

207 Israels, Josef, "The Missing Boat," 8i x 6 (Lefevre), £32$ los. 
308 Jacque, Ch., "In the Meadow." 12J x 9 (Boyd), ;^25 53. 

209 Jacque, Ch., "Poultry," 5I x 4^ (Reid), £71 Ss. 

210 Knaus, L., "The Bather," 4 x 5^- (VVallis), ^^"33 12s. 

23 1 Kuhl, G., "Happy a.s the D.iy is Long," ii| x 7I (Wallis), ;^27 6s. 
312 Lepine, S., "Winter: A woman walking in the snow," 15J x lai (Malton), 
^84. 

213 Lepine, S., "Pont Neuf, Paris," g x 13J (Murray), .;^84. 

214 Lepine, S., "On the Seine," 9 x 12J (Tauber), j^ioj. 

215 Lepine, .S., " Outside the studio, Montniartre," 15I x 12 (Murray), 

^31 '"s- 
316 Lepine, S., "The Seine at Paris," 5J x gj (Reid), £^y 15s. 

217 Lepine, S., "Rue Si. Vincent, Montmartre," 8J x 51 (Smith), ^26 5s. 

218 Lepine, S., "The Coast o( Normandy," 5f x gj (Murray), £^2. 

ajg Maris, J., "A Mill by a Canal," 14^ x 29! (Van Wisselingh), ;£i.995. 

230 Maris, W., "By the Stream," 22^ x 14^- (Exhibited at the Guildhall, 

1903), (Lefevre), .£1,050. 

221 Mauve, A., "Cattle in a Pasture," 24J x 20 (Lefevre), .£^1,785. 

222 Mauve, A., "The Haycart," 14 x 12 (Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1903), 

(Buffa), £1.470. 
333 Mauve, A., "Low Tide," 14 x 19 (Drucker), £735. 

324 Mauve, A., "The Flock," 11 x 2o| (VVallis), £157 los. 

325 Mettling, L., 1874, "Head of a Lady, with a red ribbon in her hair," 

22| X (8i (.Arnold and Tripp), £63. 
S26 Michel, G., "L'Orage et le Berger," 26^ x 53! (Obach), £57 755. 

327 Michel, G., "The Castle." igj x 26 (Wallis), £58 16s. 

328 Michel, G., "Landscape with a sportsman and his dog," 13 x 17 (Wallis), 

£44 2S. 

339 Michel, G., "La Bouille. near Rouen," 235 x 31^ (Vicars), £57 15s. 
330 Michel, G., "The Farmstead," igj .-: 26 (Tauber), £50 8s. 

231 Millet, F.. Fils, "La Maison de Millet P^re," 14! x 17J (Cremetti), 

£'5 J5S- 

232 Millet, J. F., "The Good Samaritan," 15^ x 12 (Wallis), £g97 los. 

233 Monticelli, .\. T. J., "The Mountain Path," 16* x loj (Tempelaere), 

£78 15s. 

234 Monticelli, A. T. J., "Spring Blossoms: Three ladies on a grassy bank," 

i6i X II (Malton), £99 15s. 

335 Monticelli, A. T. J., "The Vesper Hymn," 6J x gj (Connell), £52 ios.j 

236 Munkacsy, M, De, "In the Forest," 23 x 19 (Coureau), £44 2S. 

237 Poggenbeek, G., "The Marsh," Si x 12 (Schuller), £167 15s. 

238 Pointelin, A., "Near the Sea," 9 x 13J (Murray), £21. 

239 Ramos, Garcia Y, "Blow, Blow," 13^ x 9 (Jackson), £14 14s. 

340 Ribot, E., "I.es Liseuses," 28J x 23 (Wallis), £131 5s. 

341 Roelofs, W., "Pare du Chateau de Presles," 15J x 22^ (Schuller), £67 4s. 

342 Rousseau, Th., "The Plains of Chanlilly," loj x 13J (Wallis), £441. 

343 Thaulow, Fritz, "Paris in Snow," 28J x 23 (Wallis), £89 5s. 



374 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

244 Thaulow, Fritz, 1895, "Going to the Fishing Ground," 25 x 35i (Mills), 

£$0 8s. 

245 Troyon, C, "The Mill Stream," 15! x 12 (Cremetti), £6^1- 
346 Troyon, C, "La Bergfrre," 9 x 12-J (Wallis), j£ri94 5s. 

247 Troyon, C, "Two Cows," 8J x 10 (Mrs. Bevan), ;^2io. 

248 \'olIon, A., "River Scene," g x 12^ (Murray), ;^52 10s. 

249 Weissenbruch, J. H., "The Windmill," 75 x 12 (Koopmann), £18;^ 15s. 

250 VVesterbeek, C, i8g8, "A Shepherd leading a flock of sheep," 23 x 39 

(Jackson), ;£'37 16s. 

251 Westerbeek, C, igoi, "The Flock Returning," 23 x 39 (Thorne), ^31 10*. 



July 4, 1910. 375 



July 4, 1910. (Third Day's Sale). 



COXTIXENTAL SCHOOLS. 
DRAWINGS. 

252 Bargue, C, 'The Model," pencil, gi x 16* (Mr.';. Bev.an), ^£^5 5s. 

253 Bock, Th. De, "Evening," chalk, gj x 14 (Drucker), £6 6s. 

254 Bock. Th. De, "A Road leading to a Farm," chalk, loj x 165 (Drucker), 

£9 Qs. 
155 Bock, Th. De, "Landscape," chalk, 11 x 17 (Gooden and Fox), j£6 6s. 

256 Bock, Th. De, "River Scene," chalk, 10'^ x 16J (Gooden and Fox). 

£18 18s. 

257 Bock, Th. De, "A Hill Side," chalk, loj x i6S (Bl.aker), ^^4 4s. 

258 Bock, Th. De. "The A\indinill." chalk, loj x 16J (Reid), j£:i2 is. 6d. 

259 Bosbooni, J., "Interior of the Church, Gouda," 8i x 11 (Obach), £13^ S'- 

260 Bosbooin, J., "The Interior of a Church: A large congregation listening 

to a preacher," 7^ x s| (Agnew), £65 2s. 

261 Bosboom, J., " The interior of a church with a gentleman in old Dutoh 

costume," sJ x 3J (Reid), ;^6o i8s. 

262 Israels, josef, " A peasant woman and child," 5^ x 11 (Agnew), ;£'i47. 

263 Israels, Josef, "Hard Work," 10 x 13^ (.\gnew), ;^io5. 

264 Israels, Josef, "La Liseuse," 12! x Si (Arnold and Tripp), j^iis los. 

265 Maris, W., "Ducks," 12 x :8i (Wallis), ;£267 15s. 

266 Mauve, A., "Changing Pastures,'' 13J x 17^ (Boussod-Valadon), ;6^840. 

267 Mauve, A., "A Shepherd and his Flock," 141 x 21 (Obach), £75^- 

268 Mauve, A.^ "The Bullock Cart," ii| x i8J- (Connell), ^^273. 

269 Mauve, A., " An old peasant guiding his plough," sepia, lo^ x i6j 

(Preyer), £$4 i2». 

270 Mesdag, H. W., "Scheveningen," io| x i8J- (Wallis), .£,25 4s. 

271 Mesdag, Madame, ".\ Gloomy Evening," gj x loi (Bruce Jardyne'. 

£3 13s- 6d. 

272 Poggenbeek. G., 1886, "Late Autumn: On the edge of a lake," loj x 16 

(Preyer), £yi 8s. 

273 Poggenbeek, G., "Under the Willows," iij x yl (Gooden and Fox), 

j£;86 2S. 

274 Roelofs, W., "The Brook," gj x 7 (Gooden and Fox), ;^2i. 

27s Schwartz, Th^r^se, "On the Balcony," pastel, 24 x 18J (Vicars), £iy 17s. 

276 Tenkate, " Le Port de Rotterdam," 8J x i2i (Agnew), ;^i6 16s. 

277 Tholen, W. B., 1893, "River Scene," 13 x 22 (Preyer), £sn 12s. 

278 Weissenbruch, I. H., "On the Coast," 12J x 221 (Buffa), ;^2io. 

279 Weissenbruch, J. H., "Landscape with two figures," sJ x 12J (Agnew), 

i:26 5s. 
2S0 Weissenbruch, J. H., "The Windmill," igi x S (BulTa), ;£'i52 5s. 

PICTURES. 

281 Bochmann, G. v., 1S81, "Returning Home," 6i x 9 (Tooth), £6^. 

282 Bock. Th. De, "The Seashore," I4i x 23J (Hughes), ;^73 los. 



376 ART PRICES CURRKXT. 

283 Bock. Th. De, "The Wood," 4^ x 3 (Schuller), £2-j 6s. 

284 Bosboom, J., "A Street Scene," 10 x 7I (Gooden and Fox), ^t^ ios. 
2S4A Bosboom, J.. "The Interior of a Cliiircli," 5 x 3^ (Preyer), £,1%! 'os. 
2S5 Hoiii-lin. li., 1.S71, " Antwerp from iIt' liver," 10 x \~\ 'Preyer). 

;^I36 IDS. 

286 Ch.Tttel, F. J. Du, "Buildings by llie edj^e of a canal," iii x 8^ 

(Connell). ^£^44 2S. 

287 Corot, J. B. C, "Mantes la Jolie," 17J- x 21 (Afjnew), £74,35" los. 

288 Corot, J. B. C, "Repose," \\\ x 15^ (Knoedler), £9i\^. 

289 Corot, J. B. C, "The Willows," 15! x iif (Obach), ;i;483. 

290 Corot, J. B. C, "Bords de la Riviere," 12^ x 18 (.Arnold and Tripp), 

291 Corot. J. B. C, " The Tow-horse," 7J x 8^ (I'aterson). £2y... 

2y2 Daubi,L(ny. C. F., 1873, " A river winding down the centre of n meadow," 
i2| X 22^ (Agnew), ;^378. 

293 Daubigny, C. F., 1875, "Un Coup de Vent," 14J x 26 (Murray), £7535 los. 

294 Daubigny, C. F., "St. Paul's from the Surrey .Side," 17^ x 32 (Obach), 

295 Daubigny, C. F., "The Windmills." 13 x 22 (Gooden and Fox), £s^7- 

296 Daubigny, C. F.. "Les Blanchisseuses," gj x 15 (Murray), ,^525. 

297 Daubigny, C. F., "The Village," 7-J x 13 (Wallis), £786 2s. 

298 Harpignies, H., 1845. "Peune: A path through a wood," 6.!, x loj 

(Connell), £^29 8s. 

299 Harpignies, H., "Washing Clothes," 7^ x Sj (Gooden and Fox), £,"52 los. 

300 Harpignies, H., iSgS, "River scene with a large tree." sJ x 7 (Gooden 

and Fox), £$2 los. 

301 Hoog, Bernard de, "The Alid-day Meal," 30^ x 38^ (Saunders), £786 2s. 

302 Israels. Josef, "The Shipwrecked Fisherman," 50 x 94! (Guildhall, 1903), 

(Young), £14,830. 

303 Israels, Josef, "A Break in the Storm," 36^ x 51 J (Wallis), £^'2,100. 

304 Israels, Josef, "From Darkness to Light," iij x 17^ (Kruger), £7420. 

305 Israels, Josef, "The Evening Hour," isJ x iq (Wallis), £7336. 

306 Israels, Josef, "Cr6puscule," 15 x 23 (Tooth), £^441. 

307 Israels, Josef, "A Peasant Woman," jl x 55 (Louis), :^i36 los. 

308 Lepine, S., "En Normandie," io| x 12I (Scott), £^'27 6s. 

309 Lepine, .S., " High trees on the banks of ;i river," 11-; y. 7{ (Bevan), 

£21. 

310 Lepine, S., "Winter: An old woman sweeping the snow from before the 

steps of a house," 13! x SJ (Wallis), £^65 2s. 

311 Lepine, S.. "The Trocadero, Paris," 55 x 9 (Agnew). ;^68 5s. 

3:2 Maris, J., 1873, "Entrance to the Zuyder Zee." 17 x 35* (Agnew), 

313 Maris, J., "La Chaumi^re," 26J; x 32J (Lefevre), £7i,68o. 

314 Maris, J., "The Waterway," 20J x 27J (Lefevre), £7i.i02 los. 

315 Maris, J.. 1870, "The Towing Path," 9 x 21I (Agnew), £7787 tos. 

316 Maris, J., "Early Morning, Holland," 17J- x 20^ (Mrs. Bevan), £7945. 

317 Maris, J.,' 1868, ".\ Shepherdess and Sheep," i2| x 7^ (Blaker), ;^399. 

318 Maris, J., 1S72, "The Drawbridge," 8J- x 14 (Boussod-Valadon), £^1,134- 

319 Maris, J.. "A River, vv^ith boats," ii^ x 77 (Van Wisselingh), £7556 los, 

320 Maris, J., "Gateway at Haarlem," 7i x 6 (Boussod-Valadon), £7535 los. 

321 Maris, W., "Cattle in the Mearlows," 14 x 22.} (Guildhall, 1903). 

(Knoedler), £7i,o5o. 



July 4, 1910. 377 

322 Maris, \V., "Ducks and Ducklings," j^i x 19J (Gooden and Fox*, 

323 Maris, VV., 1871, " Heifers in a stable," 13^ x i8j (Preyer), ^.'409 los. 

324 Mnuvf-, A., ■■ A Sheplieid ;ind his flock," 195 x 315. (Knoedler), j^,2.ioo. 

325 jMauve, A.. " 'rurnin<; the iiirrow." 1.' ^ :!7 (Bou.ssod-\'al:idont, 

;^3,202 lOS. 

326 Mauve, A., "Carting Sand," 6i x SJ (Biilfa), ;iJ546. 

327 Mauve, A., "Near Zaandam," loi n 17 fBevan), £jo^. 

328 Mauve, A., "Beach Scene," 6J x lOj (Gooden and Fox), ;£riio 5s. 

329 iM.iuvo, .', .. " A peasant anti a cow," 12J x )6J (Abraham), ^£^52 )os. 

330 Mesdag, H. W., "Evening at Schevcningen," 26I x 34J (Steward), £1^7. 

331 Millet, J. F., "CEdipus being taken from the tree," 18 x loj- (Study for 

the picture exhibited at the Paris Salon, 1S47), (Wallis), ;£'44i. 

332 Neuhuys, A., "The Young Boat-builder," 9 x 6J (Wallis), ;^44 2S, 

333 Neuhuys, J., "A Quay with Shipping." :8J- x 27^ (Wallis), £^0 8s. 

334 I'oggenbeik, Ci., " October: meadow land with a pool of water in the 

foreground," 9 x 12 (Lefevre), ;^i3i 55. 

335 Poggenbeek, G.. " A meadow and willows," 6 x 10 (Lefevre), ;£r7S 15s. 
236 Poggenbcek, G., " .\ quiet corner: ducks in a marsh," &£ x lo^ 

(Lefevre), ^£^65 as. 

337 Roelofs, W., "A View near Gouds," iii x 16* (Wallis), £6^ 2S. 

338 Roelofs, W., "At Gouda : A river scene," 11 x 17 (Wallis), £2J los. 

339 Spring, A., "In the Studio," 175 x 12 (Wallis), ^19 19s. 

340 Thaddeus, H. J., "The Angler," 5x8 (Gooden and Fox), ^22 is. 

341 Troyon, C, "Vaches au PSturage," 13 x 19 (.\gnew), ;£ri,g42 los. 

342 Troyon, C, "A Favourite Horse," 18 x J4I (Saunders), ^£29 8s. 

343 ^'rolyk, Jan Van, "Two Cows," 6| x 9 (Wallisl, ;^I2 12s. 

,54.) Uahlberi;, .V., iS-q, " Moonriso : .\ bay scene," 23^ x 355 (Vokins), 
£31 lOS. 

345 Weissenbruch, J. H., "The Farm," 12| x 17 (Wallis), ;£^i8g. 

346 Weissenbruch, J. H., "A Farmhouse, with a peasant woman hanging up 

clothes." 6\ X qJ (Drucker), £iS- 5^- 

347 Weissenbruch, VVillem, "A Dead Sparrow." 8x5^ (Wallis), ;^5 5s. 

BRITLSH SCHOOL. 

DR.\WIN'GS. 

34S Bough. Sam. R.S.A.. " Dysari : .\ View of the Village," si x loj 
(Agnew), ^21. 

349 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., "A Wet Day," loi x 17 (Agnew), ;£r29 8s. 

350 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., "Bannockburn," 5-J x 9 (Manderson), ;^io 10s. 

351 Constable, J., R.A., "Lake Scene," 5J x gj (Blennerhassett), ;^io 10s. 

352 Constable, J., R..^., 1806, "At Epsom." 5I x gj (Sadler), ;^5 5s. 

353 Constable, J., K.JK., 1798, ".\utumn: A wood scene," 14^ x 13J (Blewitt), 

£= ". 

354 Constable, J., R.A., ".Vt Dovedale." SJ x I2i (Murray), .^£^5 .^s. 

355 Constable, J., R.A., "A Lake Scene" and "A Landscape," a pair, 

3i ^ 4i (Nautley), ;^I2 12s. 

356 Duff, J. R. K., 1903, "Mountain Sheep." pastel, 13s -x 20 (Van 

Wisselingh), iJiS i8s. 

357 Duff, J. R. K., 1898, "Heron Island," pastel. 11 x 22 (Van Wisselingh), 

£3^ jns. 



378 ART PRICES CURREKT. 

358 Lawson, Cecil G., 1881, "A Stormy Sunset," 8f x iii (Osmaston) 

359 Varley, J., "The Castle," 4 x 8J (Blewitt), ^^25 4s. 

PICTURES. 

360 Anderson, S., "Retina: head of a young gipsy girl," 13A x iij 

(E. A. Young), £^ 4s. 

361 Arnald, G., A.R.A., "A View overlooking a valley," 18 x 23 (Louis), 

j^3i los. 

362 Borthwick, A. E., " A young girl, selling matches," 29J- x ig (Spenlove), 

£i 4S. 

363 Chalmers, G. P., R.S.A., "An Old Shed," 11 x 19I (Baxter), :^ii iis. 

364 Clausen, G., R.A., 1888, " The Plough Boy," 2gi x 21I (Wallis), ^68 SS- 
36s Clausen, G., R.A., 1887, "Evening: A peasant boy hoeing," 12 x 13J 

(Ure), £2y 6s. 

366 Constable, J., R.A., "Brighton Downs," 7I x 18J (Gooden and Fox), 

£31 I OS. 

367 Constable, J., R.A., "At I.angham," 5* x 8J (Hughes), £y 7s. 

368 Constable, J., R.A., "The Coming Storm," 6 x 9I (Kuhlmann), £15 15s. 

369 Constable, J., R..\., "N'ear Arundel," gl x 135 (Louis), ^^25 4s. 

370 Constable, J., R.A., "Two children peeping round a tree," 6' x 5! 

(Osmaston), ^42. 

371 Constable, J., R.A., "A Cloud Study," 5J x 8J (Gooden and Fox), 

;^68 SS. 

372 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1836, " A bull and two cows in a pasture," 

20-i X i6| (Gooden and Fox), £63. 

373 Cooper, T. S., R.A., "Sheep and Goats," 6| x gf (Louis), ;6'2i. 

374 Gavin, R., R.S.A., "A Girl" in blue dress, 235 x 12^ (Scott), ;^s 5s. 

375 Herkomer, Sir H. Von, R.A., 1879-80, "God's Shrine," 67 x 96I (Royal 

Academy, 1880), (Mitchell), ^^23 2S. 

376 Hogarth, W., "Portrait of a Lady" in black dress, 24 x 17I (Gooden 

and Fox), ;£'24i los. 

377 Holl, F., R.A., "Anxiety: .\ peasant woman intently gazing out of th.-? 

window," 13J X gj (Gooden and Fox), ;£'36 15s. 

378 Linnell, J., Sen., "A Gipsy Encampment," 7I x 11 (Thorne), ;^iio 53. 

379 Macwhirter, J., R.A., "The Angler," ii| x 18 (Agnew), £^6 4s. 

380 Michie, J. Coutts, A.R.S.A., "Piazza Mancito, Amalfi," gj x 13-5- (Louis), 

;^iS 'SS. 

381 Michie, J. Coutts, A.R.S.A., 1886, "In the Convent," iij x ji 

(Woodroffe), £/^ 4s. 

382 Mouncey, W., "The End of the Day," i8i x 23 (Thorne), £25 4s. 

383 Orchnrdson, Sir W. O., R.A., " A Young Girl " in a white pinafore, 

9' ^ 7i (Gooden and Fox), ;^84. 

384 Webb, J., "Fort Rouge," si ^ 9l (Louis), ;^24 3s. 

385 \Vy]lii-. W. L., R.A., ■' Enderby Wharf, below Greenwich," 11 x 19J 

(Louis), £i& l8s. 

386 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., "Dawn after a Storm," 9 x 13* (a sketch for the 

Turner Gold Medal picture), (Louis), £"11 iis. 



July 8, igio. 379 



Jnly 8, 1910. The property of a lady. 

PICTURES. 

1 Bloenien, P. Van, "View in Rome," 32 x 46J (Parry), £6 6s. 

2 Gillemanii, J. P., "Boys with a festoon of fruit and flowers," 23 x iH^ 

(Ceilings), j£i2 IS. 6d. 

3 Ring, P. De, 165.,, " .\ Glass Goblet and Slill Life," nr, x 26 (Schroeder), 

£46 4S. 

4 Swanevelt, "A Landscape, with The Flight into Egypt," and "A Peasant, 

with horses, mules, and dogs," (Parry), £^ 4s. 

5 Velde, W. Van de, "The Coming Storm," 10 x 7S (Dowdeswell), £^ js. 

6 Walton, H., " .\ Milkinnid and a young boy," 28'r -x 2oi (Agnew), 

£SS >6s. 

7 Wlieatley, F., R.A., "A Rocky River Scene," 27^ \ 35 (C. Davis), £^6 4s. 
S Wilson, R., R.A., "Willesden Old Church," 22 x 23I (Oowdeswell), 

;£'io los. 
9 Wilson, R., R.A., "River Scene, with anglers," and ".'\ Small Punt," 
i3i X 17J (Hughes), £j 7s. 



The property of a gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

10 Callcott, Sir A. VV., R..\., "On the Thames, near Maidenhead," 56 x. 4S 

(Green), £6^ 2s. 

11 Cotes, F., R..\., "Portrait of Ihe Duchess of Marlborough," 49 x 39 

(A. Wertheimer), .£'241 10s. 

12 Giordano, "Venus, Adonis and Cupid," 455- x 59 (Von der Veken), ;£22 is. 

13 Heatley, 1716, "Portrait of Lady Mary Stanley, second daughter of 

Edward, Earl of Derby," 19 x 13J (C. Davis), £15 155. 

14 Heist, B. Van der, "Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress with white 

lace collar, 26J x 20 (Cremetti), £-j2 los. 

15 Hoppner, J., R.A., "Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark coat with white 

stock, 29 X 24 (U'allis), ;^'3o 9s. 

16 Janssens, C " Porlrail of Colonel Hammond, Governor of the Isle of 

Wight," in armour, 30 x 24 (C. Davis), ;^33 12s. 

17 Morland, G., 17CJ4. " Smutjglers landiny cariio from a boat," 27 x 35^ 

(Green), ;^so 8s. 

18 Wright, J., A.R.A., "Portrait of Mr. Ashwood, of Lichfield," 29 x 25 

(Cremetti), ;^42. 



Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 
19 Downnian, J., A.R.A., "Portraits of George Stanley C.iry and Edward 
Gary, of Follaloii, when young boys," oval, 10 x 8 (Muggins), £^^ as. 



38o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

30 Gainsborough, T., R.A.. "Portrait of the Hight Hon. Sir John Skynner, 
Lord Chief Baron," black and white, 17J x 14 (Morris), ^^44 2s. 

P.\STELS. 

21 Ru=?fi;. J.. R.A.. iSoi, " Portrait of Mr>. .Snow (m-e Adria Hutchinson)," 

23i ^ 17* (A- Wertheimer), ;£'i52 5s. 
33 Hamilton, H. D., R.H.A., "Portraits of the first Marquis of Downshire, 

and of the Marchioness of Downshire," a pair, oval, 10 x 8 

(A. Wertheimer), ^£^68 5s. 
33 Gardner, D., "Portraits of Lord Talbot, and of Lady Talbot," a pair, 

oval, 10 X SJ (A. Wertheimer), ^^65 2s. 
24 Hr.mihon. H. D., R.H. \.. " Portrait of n I.ndy." in blue dress, oval, 

10 X 8 (A. Wertheimer), ^^5 5s. 
35 Hamilton, H. D., R.H. A., "Portrait of Admiral Stopford," oval, 10 x 8i 

(Leggatt), j^s 5S- 

PICTURES. 

26 Hoare, W., R..\., 1757, "Portrait of Frances, Countess of Xorthampton,' 

49 ^ 392 (Parsons), ^^44 2s. 

27 Morland, G., "Rocky Coast Scene," 15J x 21J (Willis), £$0 8s. 

izS Dutch School, "Landscape, with boats on a canal," etc., 28 x 4] 
'Turner). ^15 15s. 

29 Early English School, "Portrait of a Lady." in white dress, 2gJ x 24J 

(Thrift!. ^152 5s. 

30 Leyster, Judilb, " .-\ Boy. in brown dress and large hat, holding a kitten; 

his young sister, in dark dress, pulling the kitten's tail," 23 x 19 
(Rutley), ^756. 

31 Crome, J., " View on the river at Thorpe," 14 x ig (.Agnew), ;^404 59. 

32 Early English School, "Portrait of a Young Girl," in yellow bodice and 

grey skirt, 355 x 275 (.'Vmor), ^£430 los. 

33 Ruysdael, S. V.nn. " River scene, with barges unloading," 20* x 30 

(Lewis and Simmons), £2'{6 los. 

34 Wouverman, Peter, " Cavaliers and horses at the steps of a mansion," 

16 X 20 (Leggatt), ;^54 12s. 

35 Gainsborough, T., R..\., "Hilly Landscape, with two peasant bov^ .nnd 

n dog." 50 X 71 (Todd), ^^27 6s. 

36 Opie, J., R-.'V., "Maternal Felicity," 55^ x 43 (Connell), £^j 153. 

37 Teniers, D., "The Interior of a Kitchen," 14 x 20 (Mark), ;£'68 5s. 

38 Teniers, D., " A Peas.int, playing n fiddle, nnd n woman holding a 

J'-iS-" ji X 6 (Blaker), ^178 los. 

39 Rembrandt, "Head of a Man," with dark cap, 21 x i8| ( ), £$ 5s. 

40 Reynolds. Sir j., P.R.A., "Venus Disarming Cupid," engraved by F. 

Bartolozzi, R..^., 49 x 39 (Tooth), ;£'2io. 

41 Wilson, R., R..\., "River Scene," 36 x 50I (A. Wertheimer), ^£52 los. 

42 Dulch SchcK>l, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in black dress with white 

collar; and "Portrait of a LadV," in dark dress with white linen 
collar and cap, a pair, 13 x 10 (Marks), ;^I26. 

43 Stubbs, G., R.A., "Portrait of Sir Ralph Milbanke." 29I x 24I (C. Davis), 

£6 6s. 

44 Royen, W. Van. " Pr.rrots, Cockatoo, and .-: Monkey in a Gnrden," >igned 

and dated 1706, 46I x 38J (C. Davis), ^^94 los. 

45 Spanish School, "The Youthful Murillo," holding a portfolio and a 

crayon, 29 x 24 (Wallis), £50 8s. 



July a, igio. 381 

46 \^yc!<, T., "An Inlerior, with Iwo peasiint women, children, etc.," 

21 X 165 (Clark), £5^ 12s. 

47 Wilson, R.. R.A.. " Lnke Scene, with two boys angling from the bank," 

30 X 47 (Shepherd), ;i,"252. 

48 Xavery, G. J., 1731, "Fetes Champetres," a pair, 20j x 16^ (Lewis and 

Simmons), j^iSg. 

49 Early English School, " Portraits of a Gentleman, in blue coat, his wife 

in red and white dress, seated, and their daughter, in white frock,' 
7-? X no (Volcins), /ri26. 

50 Maes, N., "Portrait of a Gentleman," in black dress and cloak, signed, 

and dated 1671, idj x iij ( ), jf^^-j 155. 

51 Hudson, T., " Portrait o.' a I^ady, as a shepherdess," untranied, 49 x 3^ 

(Leggatt), jt'Si 18s. 

52 Wilson, R.. R.A., "Pope's Villa, Twickenham," i6i x 23^ (Shepherd), 

£'5 i.Ss. 

53 Zucchero School. "Portrait of Queen Elizabeth," in yellow dress, 

iij X 91 (Wallis). ^"i6 i6s. 

54 Rembrandt, " Portrait of the Artist," in crimson dress, trimmed with fur, 

(Smith's "Catalogue Raisonn6" No. 226), z^k x 24 (Renton), £yi 8s. 

55 Titian, " Study for the ' Death of Peter Martyr,' " 4jJ x 27 (Holgate), 

^25 4S. 

56 Raeburn, Sir H., R..'\., "Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown coat and 

red vest, 25J i 23 (Connell), ^£750 8s. 

57 Canaletto, .\., "The Cathedral of St. Mark's and the Doge's Palace, 

Venice"; and ".\ View of Venice," a pair, 2ii x 39^ (Buttery), ;£7945. 

58 Canaletto, A., "The Front of the Library of St. Rock, Venice," 16I x i2i 

(Legg.-\tt), jC^6 4s. 

59 Hudson, T., " Portrait ol the Hon. Miss K. Chetwynd, as a Shepherdess," 

49 -'' 375 (Veken), ;£,'65 2s. 

60 Northcote. " A milkmaid with a dofj," 49 x 39 (Connell), ;^i6 i6s. 

61 Ostade, "Frozen River Scene," 15 x ig (Lippmann). ;^63o. 

62 Walteau, "Two Figures," oval, 11 x 85 (Renton), £*&. 16s. 

63 Wynants, .1., " Land.xcape, with cottages, and figures on a road," 

9 X 9j (Crcmetti), £^g 18s. 

64 French School, ".\ Boy with Marionettes," on copper, 5} x 4! (Rutley), 

£3 3S. 

65 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., "Portrait of f.ord .^nson," 29 x 24 (Thrift), 

;^So 8s. 

66 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., "Portrait of a Lady," in grey dress, 29 x 244 

(Balderson), ^£^31 los. 

67 Ghilandaio. " The M'ldonna and ("hild, with two Angels," 29 x 21 

(Permain), £23 Jzs. 

68 Francia, "The Madonna and Child Enthroned," 49 x 43 (.\gnew), £32 I2S. 

69 Dyck, Ph. Van, ".\ Lady at her Toilet," iij x 9 (Eyre), ^£'27 6s. 

70 Storck, A., "Sea Ports," a pair, 30 x 24I (C. Davis), £8^. 

71 Tillemans, J.. " Landscape, with a hunting party." 39 x 46J- (Wise), 

£9 9^ 

72 Been, H. C, 1614, ".'\n Interior, with a Musical Party, seated at a 

table." 29! X 38! (Pr.ci^ori, /729 Ss. 

73 Mierevelt, M. J., "Portniit of a Gentleman," in dark dress with white 

ruff, 24J X i9i (Renton), ;^27 6s. 

74 Berchem, N., ".\ Shepherd, Sheep, and Goats," signed, and d.nted 1679, 

iSJ X 25i (Cremetti), £2^ 3s. 



382 ART PRICES CURREKT. 

75 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., "Portrait of Mrs. James," in dark dress with 

plum-coloured shawl, 29J x 242- (Tooth), ;fio 10s. 

76 Breughel, P., "A Town on a Frozen River," i^} x 22 (C. Davis), 

£73 I OS. 

77 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., "Portrait of the Artist," in brown coat, oval, 

26 X 22 (Tooth), ^75 I2S. 

78 Hoppner, J., R.A., "Portrait of Thomas Hardwick, Esq., Architect of 

Marylebone Church, etc.," 30 x 25 (Wallis), ;^94 los. 

79 Everdingen, A. Van, "Mountainous River Scene," 43J x 54 (Nicholson), 

j£^39 18s. 

80 Sassoferrato, "The Madonna," in red dress, holding the Infant Saviour," 

30J X 30J (Best), £21. 

81 Codde, P., "A Musical Party," i2| x lyl (Lewis and Simmons), j^6o i8s. 
8a Slingelandt, P. Van, "An Interior, with a gentleman, in red robe, 

standing by a table," 14-2- x g| (Norris), ^£^29 8s. 

83 Stubbs, G., R.A., " Woody Landscape, with two sportsmen, dogs and 

dead game," 33-|; x 43 (Norris), ^"14 14s. 

84 Elias, Nicolaes, "Portrait of a Lady," in rich black and red dress, 

22 X 18-3- (C. Davis), ;^i4i iss. 

85 Pinturicchio, "The Madonna with the Infant Saviour," 20! x 12J 

(Huggins), j£2S 4s. 

86 Loo, \'an. " .\ Girl, with a festoon of flowers," 29 x 22 (Veken), £2^ 'o^- 

87 Croos, J. Van, "The Beach at Schveningen," 22 x 36 (Tooth), ^^94 los. 

88 Bassano, Jacopo, "Portrait of a Venetian Gentleman," in red dress 

3S N 31 J (Dowdeswell/, ;£r54 12s. 

89 Palamedes, A., "Portrait of a Lady," in black dress, 32 x 26 (Stafford 

G.illery). £:5o 8s. 

90 Terburg, G., "Portrait of a Dutch Officer," 44! x 35I (Sabin), £283 los. 

91 Velde, A. Van de, "Landscape, with a Cavalier, Peasants, Animals, and 

Poultry," i6i x soj (C. Davis), £^2 los. 

92 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A.. "Portrait of Mrs. Sarah .'Xmsinck, n^e Still," 

29! X 24J (Dilke), ^^367 IDS. 

93 Jackson, J., R.A., "Portrait of General Adair, in uniform," 40 x 32 

(Over). ^15 15s. 
<).\ Morland, G., " Crossing the stream," gj x iij (Leggatt), £yi 8s. 

95 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., "Portrait of J. Patterson, Esq.," 50 x 40 (Lester), 

£uo ss- 

96 Marieschi, M., "A Town on the Coast," 215 x 31 (A. VVortheimer), 

£94 los. 

97 Morland, G., 1797, "Landscape, with a Gipsy Encampment," 19 x 22J 

(Blythe), ^33 12s. 

98 Romney, G., "Portrait of a Gentleman," in red coat, 23-i x 19J (Renton), 

j^3i los. 

99 Teniers, D., "The Temptation of Saint Anthony," I7i x 23 (Veken), 

JOG Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., "Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress, seated, 

3SJ X 28i (Connell), £52 los. 
loi Guardi, F., "Landscapes, with Ruins and an Obelisk," a pair, yi x 5J 

(Lewis and .Simmons), £s^ 'o^- 
J02 Ruysdael, S. Van, "A Frozen River Scene," signed with initials, and 

dated 1653, 28 x 42 (Colnaghi and Co.), £^,134. 
,103 Hoppner, J., R.A., "Portrait of Sir Soulden Lawrence, Judge of the 

King's Bench and of Common Pleas," 49 x 39 (Colnaghi), £304 los. 



July S, 1910. 383 

The property oi G. E. Cririe Clayton, Esq., of 
Penarwei, Llanbedrog, North Wales ; formerly in the 
collection of William Cririe, Esq., of Manchester. 

104 Steen, Jan, " Twelfth Night," ^5 x 30 (Smith's " Catalogue Raisonn^," 
Supplement, No. 47) (Veken), ;^i,5i2 10s. 



The property of tlie Right Hon. the Earl of Perth, 
removed from Strathallan Castle. 

;os Kaeburn, Sir H., R..A., "Portrait of General .Andrew John Drummond of 
Strathallan, third son of James, fifth Viscount Strathallan," 29! x 24J 
(Colnaghi and Co.), ^£^609. 



The following were the property of Sholto Montgomery 
Cay, Esq. 

PORTRAITS. 
106 "Portrait of John Cay, Esq." in brown cloak, 29 x 241 (Bailey), ^21. 
07 "Portrait of Mrs. Cay, n^e Elizabeth Hal!." in dark cloak and hood. 

28J X 24 (Wells), ;^44 2s. 
108 "Portrait of a Gentleman," in crimson cloak, 29 x 24 (Lisle), ;£'i2 12s. 
.09 "Portrait of a Lody," in black dress, 29 x 23 (A. Cay), £10 los. 
.10 "Portrait of Willir.m King, Esq., I,L.D.," 29I x 24I (Bell), £jo los. 
'.II "Portrait of Mrs. King," in blue dress, 29^ x 24^ (\'icars), £$2 10s. 
£i2 "Portrait of John Cay, Esq., of Ch.-irlton," in grey dress, oval, 23 x 19 

(Glossop), .£^126. 
n3 -Abbott, L. F., "Portrait of William Bullock, Esq.," in green coat, 

29J X 24I (White), £2^ 2s. 
;i4 Gordon, .'^^ir J. Watson, P.R.S..A., "Portrait of John Cay. Esq.," in 

green ^oat, holding his hat, 49J x 39 (Wheatley), ^7304 los. 

115 Gordon, Sir J. Watson. P.R.S..A., "Portrait of Mrs. Cay, n^e Emily 

Bullock, wife of John Cay. Esq.." in red dress, 2gJ x 24J (Wheatley 1, 

116 Raeburn, Sir H., R..A., "Portrait of Robert Hodshon Cay, Esq., of 

North Charlton, Judge of the .\dmiralty Court," 49 x 39 (Colnaghi), 
;^i,732 los. 
J17 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., "Portrait of Mrs. John Cay, nde Frances 
Hodshon, wife of John Cay, Esq., of North Ch.arlton, mother of 
Judge Cay," in brown dress with white fichu, 34I x 26V (.Agnew), 

;^2,100. 

;i8 Raeburn, Sir H., K.A., "Portrait of .Mrs. Liddell, n<5e Jane Hobbuck, 
mother-in-law of Judge Cay," in white dress with yellow sash, 
29 X 24 (.Agnew), ;£.i,26o. 

119 SnAbert, J., "Portrait of Robert Cay, Esq.," in yellow gown, with white 
stock, 29 X 24i (Latham), ;f 189. 



384 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



The property of a lady, deceased. 

PORTRAITS. 

J "Portraits of John Frederick, Baron de Nnlcken. S\veHi:-h .-\nib:i.^sador 
to St. Petersburg and Vienna, and of Margaret, Countess de Mannteuf- 
fell, Baronc's.s de Nolcken," n p.nir, 23^ x 19^- (Hnllyn), £?t,8 5s. 

I Beach, T.. 1788, ''Portrait cf James Rowl.and C;csar Durnford, Judge 
of the Supieme Court of Calcutta," oval, 29^- x 24J (Virari;), ;^i6 16?. 

t Cotes, F., R.A., "Portrait ot Mrs. Macrae, n^e Roche," in white dress 
with blue sash and bow. 46J x 3qi (A. Wertheimer), £t,i'j^6. 

5 Groeger, F. C, 1S17, " I'ortrnit of Mi's. Berry, nee Durnford, afterwards 
Mrs. Clillon, and her son Richard Berry," 48 x 37 (R. B. Shaw), 

£9 gs. 



The following were the property of a gentleman, v.ho 
has given up his country residence. 

PICTURES. 

124 "Portrait of King Edward Yl.." unframed, 27^ x 20 (Lord Scarborough\ 

£y los. 

125 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "Portrait of Signor Raphael Franco," 60 x 56 

(Dilke), j£;6.5io. 

126 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "The Pedlar's Cart," 54 x 73 (Willett), ;^472 los. 

127 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "Portrait of Dr Willi.im Dodd," 28! x 24 

mowdeswell), j^i68. 

128 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "Portrait of Robert Edgar, Esq.," in blu.'. 

loat, with white stock, oval, 27! x 23 (SuUey), ;£^2io. 

129 Gainsborough, T., R.A., "Kingston Lacey," 35 x 61 (exhibited at th- 

Guildhall, iqr^i^ (Shepherd I, £31^. 

130 Hogarth, W., "Portrait of Peg Woflfington," in white dress, fastene<i 

with blue bows, oval, 29^ x 24J (A. Wertheimer), ;^S25. 

131 Hoppner, J., R.A., "The Hurdy-Gurdy Player: Portrait of Miss Matilda 

Fielding in peasant costume," 2q1 x 24J- (C. Davis), £'j,()2y los. 

132 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., "Portrait of Master Thomas Barber," in 

dark coat, white vest, and brown trousers, 56 x 43^ (Dilke), ;^i,o50. 

133 f^awrence, .Sir T., 1"'.R..\., " Portrait of Cardinal GonsaKi," 92 x 50 

(replica of the picture at Windsor Castle) (A. Wertheimer). j^Sgz los. 

134 Lawrence, Sir 1"., P.R.A., "Portrait of a Gentleman," a slight sketch, 

in pe.icil anl chaiU, on canvas, oval, ig x 16 (Gooden and Fox), 
£-, Ss. 
S35 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., "Portrait of Lady Jane Bathurst," 29 x 24J 
(Gooden and Fox), £7By 10s 

136 Romney, G., "Portrait of Mrs. Yates, as 'The Tragic Muse'," 92 x 58^ 

(engraved by Valentine Green), (Agnew), ^^682 los. 

137 Romney, G, "Portrait of Captain Henry Calveley Cotton," in dark 

brown coat, with v/hite stock, 294 x 24J (C. Davis), ;^73S. 



July 8, 1910. 385 

The following were the property of the Right Hon. 
the Earl of Morton, and have been removed from 
Daimahoy. 

138 Hoppner, J., R.A., "Portrait of Edward, First Earl of Harewood," 

29J X 24J (Colnaghi), £640 ids. 

139 Hoppner, J., R.A., "Portrait of Edward, \'iscount Lascelles, elder son 

of Edward, First Earl of Harewood," 3SJ x 27i (Knoedler), ;^i,659. 

140 Hoppner, J., R.A., "Portrait of Lady Frances Douglas, elder daughter 

of Edward, First Earl of Harewood, wife of the Hon. John Douglas," 
29I X 24I (A. Wertheimer), ^{Ti.Sgo. 

141 Hoppner, J., R.A., "Portrait of Bridget, Countess of Morton, eldest 

daughter of Sir John Heathcote, Bart., wife of James, Fourteenth 
Earl of Morton," 29^ x 24J (Bell), ;^i,26o. 

142 Holbein, "Portrait of the Artist,'' in dark dress trimmed with fur, 

II X 7J (Dowdeswell), ;£^i89. 



386 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



12, I9i0. The collections of Engravings of the 
Early English School, formed by Daniel Meinertzhagen, 
Esq. (deceased), late of Brockwood Park and 26, Rut- 
land Gate, S.W. 

1 "'Views of Grosvenor Square, Queen Square, and Bloomsbury Square," 

after E. Dayes, by Pollard and Dodd (Parker), j£j 17s. 6d. 

2 "Views of St. James's Gate, Covent Garden, The Horse Guards," etc., 

filter I"'. Sandby, by Rooker (Parker), £a 14s. 6d. 

3 "Rural Sports," "A City Hunt," "A Boxing Match," and others, by 

Rowlandson, in colours (Booth), jQ2. 

4 "The Gardens of Carlton House," after Bunbury, by W. Dickinson, 

proof, in bistre (Pollard), jQ-j 7s. 
_5 "Pointers," after Sartorius, by W. Ward; and "Hippolitus," after 
Rubens, by R. Earlom, proof (Boolli), £,2 12s. 6d 

6 "The Cow-house," by and after J. Ward, proof before letters (Ellis and 

Smith), ;^I3 13s. 

7 "Reaping," and "The Gleaners Returned," after J. Ward, by W. Ward, 

a pair, framed (W. Sabin), £2^ ^i^' 

5 "Labourers," and "Gamekeepers," after Stubbs, by H. Birche, a pair, 

framed, open letter proofs (Amor), jQii^ 14s. 
9 "A Fruit Piece," and "A Flower Piece," after Van Huysum, by 
R. Earlom, framed, etched letter proofs (Maggs), £^!^ 2s. 

10 " Salisbury Cathedral," after Constable, by D. Lucas, framed, engraver's 

proof (Colnaghi and Co.), jCa^- 

G. MORLAND. 

11 "Suspense," by W. Ward (Maggs), aCi2 is. 6d. 

12 ".V Visit to the Boarding-school," by W. Ward (Davis), :^io los. 

13 "A Visit to the Child at Nurse," by W. Ward, framed (W. Sabin), 

£il 17s. 

14 "Children Nutting," and " Children Birds-nesting," by E. Dayes, and 

W. Ward (Leggatt), £j,i los. 

15 "Children Playing at Soldiers," by G. Keating, framed, etched letter 

proof (Sabin), jQc,2 ids. 

16 "Blind Man's Buff," by W. Ward, framed, proof (Agnew), ^^147 5s. 

17 "The Enamour'd Sportsman," by J. R. Smith (W. Sabin), £2% 7s. 

18 "Feeding the Pigs," by J. R. Smith, framed, etched letter proof (Ellis 

and Smith), £^5 H^- 

19 "The Public-house Door," by W. Ward., framed, etched letter proof 

(F. Daniell), ;^30 gs. 

20 "The First of September: Morning and Evening," by W. Ward, 

a pair, framed, etched letter proofs (Sabin), ^77 14s. 

21 "The Turnpike Gate," by W. Ward (Carter), ^19 igs. 

22 "A Conversation," by J. R. Smith, open letter proof (Jacobson), 

£it^ 3S. 6d. 



_^__^ Julyi.?, igio. 3j?~ 

23 "Milkmaid ond Cow-henl." by J. U. Smith, open lotler proof (Colnaghi), 

^fig iQs. 

24 "The Bfirn Door," by \V. Ward, etched letter proof (Lauser), ;^io los. 

25 "The F.-irmer's Stable." by VV. Ward, framed, proof before letters 

(Leggatt), £27 6s. 

26 "Setters," and "Pointers," after S'arlorius, by \\'. Ward, a pair, open 

letter proofs (Ellis and Smith), ;^38 17s. 

27 "Fighting Dogs," by J. R. Smill- and "Gathering Wood," bv Meadowi 

(Digby), £1 IIS. 6d. 

28 "The Last Litter," by W. Ward (W. Sabin), yCij 13s 

29 "Stable AiiiuseTncnt," by W. W;:rd, open letter proof (Leggatt), ^£'10 los. 

30 "Peasants and Pigs," by ]. R. Smith, open letter proof (F. Daniell), 

^24 .3S- 

31 " Children witii Sheep," and " .\ Boy and Pigs." by J. R. Smith 

(Leggatt), j<;ii IIS. 

32 "Travellers," and "Villagers," by J. Young, open letter proofs (Leggatt), 

:^l8 iSs. 

33 "The Fruits of Industry," and "Effects of Extravagance" (proof), by 

W. Ward (Freeman), j<'i2 is. 6(1. 

34 " St. James' Park," and " .\ Tea Garden," by F. D. Soiron, a pair, 

framed, proof before letters (Booth), £^y 5s. 

35 "The History of Letitia," by J. R. Smitli, the set of six, framed, printed 

in colours (Sabin), ;^I47. 

36 "Rabbits," and "Guinea Pigs," by W. Ward, a pair (Mallett), ;^i 10s. 

37 " The Farmer's Stable," by W. AA'ard, and " The Cottager's Wealth," 

by G. Keating (Mayne), £s 'S^- 6d. 

38 "The Farmer's Stable," by ^^'. Ward (Beal), ;/rio los. 

PORTRAITS. 

39 "Queen Mar\," after Van der \'aart, by J. .Smith, and " Portrait of 

George II.," proofs before any letters (F. Daniell), £^ 53. 

40 "Queen Charlotte," .-ifter Zoffany, by R. Houston, first state (Leggatt), 

:^3 3S. 

41 "Charles I.," after \'an Dyck ; in line, by R. .Strange, framed, proof 

before any letters (Colnaghi), j^6o i8s. 

42 "Mrs. Yates as Medea," after Brompton, proof; and two others (Parker;, 

£1 IS. 

43 "Lord Nelson," after L. F. .Abbott, by R. Syer, proof (F. Daniell), 

44 " .Vdmiral Sir Charles Pole," after Beechey, by W. Say cHarvey). £:! 10s. 

45 "Haman's Condemnation," after Rembrandt, by R. Houston, etched 

letter proof (Parsons), £^ 4s. 

46 "The Lord of the Vineyard," after the same, by W. Pelher. proof before 

letters (Pollard), £6 6s. 

47 "Man with a Knife," after the same, by R. Houston, proof before 

letters (Parsons), £<:) 9s. 

48 "The Master Ship-builder," after Rembr.mdt, by C. Hodges, framed, 

proof before letters (Colnaghi), £y8 155. 

49 "Lavinia, Countess Spencer," after Shee, by C. Turner, open letter 

proof (Lauser), ;iCio los. 

50 "Lady Bovnton," after Cotes, by J. Watson, fr:inted, f:r~t state (Mallett). 

/:6o 1 8s. 



388 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

51 "The Duchess of Argyle," after C. Read, by J. Finlaj'son, framed, 

first state (Colnaghi), ;£'2io. 

52 "Ladv jNIiddleton," after Lely, by J. McArdell, framed, first state, before 

any letters (Leggatt), j£jii iis. 

53 "The Countess of Southampton," after Van Dyck, by J. McArdell, 

framed, first state, before any letters (Brun), ^g gs. 

54 "The Earl of Sunderland and Lord Charles Spencer," after Cosway, by 

W. Barney, framed, open letter proof tColnaghi), ^65 2S. 

55 "Lords John and Bernard Stuart," after Van Dyck, by J. McArdell, 

framed, first state, before any letters (Colnaghi), ;^i83 153. 

56 " James, Duke of Richmond," after Van Dyck. by R. Earlom, first 

state (W. Sabin), ;£ii os. 6d. 

57 "La Surprise," after Dubuffe, by S. Cousins, R.A., framed, proof before 

any letters (Leggatt), ^{^26 ss. 

58 "Beggar Boys," after Murillo, by W. Say, framed, proof (Home), 

£ii) iqs. 

T. GAINSBOROUGH, R.A. 

59 "Girl and Pigs," by R. Earlom, etched letter proof (Mallett), £7 17s. 6d 

60 "Lavinia," stipple by F. Bartolozzi, proef before any letters, in bistre 

(Mallett), ^13 13s. 

61 "Hobbinol and Ganderetta," by P. W. Tomkins, proof, in bistre 

(Leggatt), £6 6s. 

62 "Interior of a Cottage," and " The Little Cottager," by C. Turner, 

framed, proofs before any letters (Agnew), ^^183 iss. 

63 "The Duke of .Argyle," by W. Dickinson, first state, before any letters 

(F. Daniell), ^i is. 

G. ROMXEY. 

64 "Admiral .Augustus Keppel," by W. Dickinson, first stale (Ellis and 

Smith), ;^23 2s. 

65 "Miss .\nne Parr," by J. Dean, framed, first state (Mallett), j£i2 is. 6d. 

66 "Lady Charlotte Legge," by J. Grozer, framed, first published state 

(W. Sabin), ^^48 6s. 

67 "Miss Cumberland," by J. R. Smith, framed, first published state 

(Sabin), ;^262 los. 

68 "Mrs Carwardine and child," by J. R. Smith, framed, first state 

(Sabin), ;£'262 los. 
6g "Mrs. Stables and her daughters," by J. R. Smith, framed, first state 
(Colnaghi), £4^1. 

70 "The Hon. Mrs. Beresford," by J. Jones, framed, first state, before any 

inscription (Ellis and Smith), £420. 

71 "Mrs. Davenport," by J. Jones, framed, fine impression, wilh untrimmed 

margin (Colnaghi), ^^525. 

J. HOPPNER, R.A. 

72 "Colonel Graham," by S. \V. Reynolds, open letter proof (Pawsey) 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

73 "Mrs. Hibbert," by J. Ward (Gooden and Fox), ^27 6s. 

74 "Mrs. Sheridan and child," stipple by T. Nugent, proof before any 

letters (Savile), £2^ 7s. 

75 "Mrs. VVhitbrcad," whole-length, by S. \V. Reynolds (Grey), ;^34 13s. 

76 " Miss Wilmot," by G. Clint, proof before any letters (Agnew), £4(1 4s. 



July 12, igio. 389 

77 "Lady Kenyon," by H. Meyer, framed, proof before any letters, wide 

margin (Colnaghi), ;^56 14s. 

78 "Mrs. Arbuthnot, " by S. W. Reynolds, framed, first state, with wide 

margin (Colnaghi), ^50 8s. 

79 "The Duchess of Bedford," whole-length, by S. VV. Reynolds, framed, 

proof, first fifty (Beal), £g^ los. 

80 "Miss Harriet Cholmondeley," whole-length, by C. Turner, framed, first 

state, before any letters (Sabin), ;^152 5s. 

81 "Countess Cholmondeley and her son," whole-length, by C. Turner, 

framed, first state, with wide margin (Colnaghi), .£462. 

82 "Lady .Vnne Lamblon and family," by J. Young, framed, first state 

(Pollard), ;^430 los. 
S3 "The Daughters of Sir Thomas Frankland," by W. Ward, framed, 
proof before any letters, with inscription by the engraver (Ellis and 
Smith), ;£ri,207 los. 

SIR J. REYNOLDS. 

84 "Mrs. Abington as Roxalana," slipple by J. K. Sherwin, framed, open 

letter proof (Beal), £6 6s. 
8s "The Duchess of .Ancaster," by R. Houston, framed, first state, before 

any letters (Pawsey), ;^4 14s. 6d. 

86 "Lady St. Asaph and child," stipple by I. Grozer, framed, with the 

artist's names only (Savile), £^6 53. 

87 "Ariadne (.Miss Ingram)," by W. Doughty, framed, first state (Ellis 

and Smith), ;^26 5s. 

88 " Lady Bampfylde," whole-length, by Thomas Watson, framed, first 

state, before any letters (Colnaghi), j£'577 io§. 

89 "The Hon. Mrs. Beresford, with Lady Townshend and the Hon. Mrs. 

Gardiner," by Thomas Watson, framed, first state (Maggs), ;^ioo i6s. 

90 "Mrs. Braddyll," by S. Cousins, R.A., second state (Agnew), £si '^s. 

91 "Master Bunbury," by F. Haward, framed, third state (Booth), ;^39 i8s. 

92 "Miss Sarah Campbell," by V. Green, framed, first state (Colnaghi 

and Co.), .£141 15s. 
g3 "The Countess of Carlisle," by J. Watson, framed, first state (Colnaghi 
and Co.), .£131 5s. 

94 "The Countess of Carlisle," by J. Watson, framed, second state (Mallett), 

£^^6 i.^s. 

95 "Mrs. Carnac," whole-length, by J. R. Smith, framed, first published 

state (Colnaghi), ;^640 los. 
g6 "Miss Cholmondeley," whole-length, by G. Marchi, framed, first 

published state (Booth), ^^Jii iis. 
97 "Lady Elizabeih Complon," whole-length, by Valentine Green, framed, 

first state (Colnaghi), ;^483. 
gS "Countess Cornwallis," by J. Watson (Jacobson), £2 I3S- 6d. 
99 "Mrs. Crewe as St. Genevieve," by T. Watson, framed, second state. 

before the title (Davis), ;£,'29 us. 

100 "The Misses Emma and Elizabeth Crewe," by J. Dixon, framed, first 

state (Breun), ^13 13s. 

101 "Master Crewe as Henry VIIL," by I. R. Smith, framed, first 

state (Colnaghi), £iSg. 

102 "Viscountess Crosbie," whole-length, by W. Dickinson, framed, first 

state (Colnaghi), .^735. 



390 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

103 "Lady Betty Deline and children," whole-length, by Valentine Green, 

framed, first state (Ellis and Smith), ;^S46. 

104 "The Duchess of Devonshire," whole-length, by Valentine Green, framed, 

first state (Davis), £^2 los. 

105 "Hon. Richard Edgecumbe," by W. Dickinson (Sabin), ^/Tii iis. 

106 "David Garrick," by T. Watson, framed, first published state (Agnew), 

^52 10s. 

107 " Garrick between Comedy and Tragedy," by E. Fisher, framed, first 

state, before any letters (Mallett), j£23 12s. 

108 "Miss Greenway," by J. Watson, framed, first state, before any letters 

(Sabin), ;£"39 iSs. 

109 "Jane, Countess of Harrington," Vv-hole-length, by Valentine Green, 

framed, first state (Colnaghi), ;^252. 
no "Admiral Augustus Keppel," by W. Doughty, second state (Parsons), 

111 "Miss Frances Kemble," in white dress, by J. Jones, framed, first 

published state (Agnew), j£6o i8s. 

112 The same, with the panel and scroll of flowers (Gooden and Fox), 

^52 IDS. 

113 "Admiral Augustus Keppsl," by E. Fisher (reduced plate) (Leggatt), 

los. 6d. 

114 "The Marlborough Family," (large plate), by C. Turner, first published 

state (W. Sabin), ;^33 12s. 

115 "Lady Caroline Montagu as Winter," whole-length, by J. R. Smith, 

framed, first state (Colnaghi), ^^78 15s. 

116 "Lady O'Brien," by J. Dixon, framed, first published state (W. Sabin), 

;£2I. 

117 "Miss Nelly O'Brien," by J. Watson, framed, first state, before any 

letters (Agnew), £s^ 12s. 

118 "Miss Nelly O'Brien," by J. Wilson, framed, second state (Mallett), 

£32 lis. 

119 "The Hon. Mrs. Parker," whole-length, by T. Watson, second state 

(Farquhar), £7 17s. 6d. 

120 "Mrs. Pelham feeding chickens," whole-length, by W. Dickinson, 

framed, fine impression of the only state (Pollard), ;^S04. 

121 "Lady Catherine Pelham Clinton," whole-length, by J. R. Smith, framed, 

first state (Colnaghi), £714. 

122 "Miss Price," by J. Watson, second state (Savile), ;^4 43. 

123 "Sir Joshua Reynolds as President of the Royal Academy," by X. Green, 

framed^ first state (Ellis and Smith), ;^73 ids. 

124 "Mrs. Robinson as Perdita," stipple by W. Dickinson, framed, etched 

letter proof (Ellis and Smith), ;^42. 

125 "The Duchess of Rutland," whole-length, by V. Green, framed, second 

state (Beal), ;^I05. 

126 "Mrs. Siddons as The Magic Muse," stipple by F. Haward, framed, 

second state (Colnaghi), ^42. 

127 "Lady Charles Spencer," by J. Finlayson, third state (Barnard), 

£n 14s. 6d. 

128 "Lady Stanhope," by J. Watson (Mallett), j£.!i iis. 

129 "Hon. .Mrs. Tollemache as Miranda," whole-length, by J. Jones, framed, 

first published state (Mallett), ;^30 9s. 

130 "The Ladies Waldegr.ive," by Valentine Green, framed, first state 

(Colnaghi), ;^462. 



July 12, igio. 391 

131 "The Ladies Amabel and Jemima Yorlve," by E. Fisher, framed, second 

state (Schilizzi), ^^8 iSs. fid. 

132 "The Infant Jupiter," by J. R. Smith, etched letter proof (Bootlw, 

;6io los. 
"33 "The Birth ot Bacchus," stipple by L. Sailliar, proof before any letters, 
in red (Leggatt), los. 6d. 

SIR T. LAWRENCE. 

134 "Lady Acland and children," by S. Cousins, R.A., framed (.Carter), 

.:^II lis. 

135 "Lady Blessington," by S. W. Reynolds, framed, first published statt 

(Leggatt), ^5 53. 

136 "The Countess of Blessinjiton," S. Cousins, R..\., framed, first state 

(Agnew), j^46 4s. 

137 "Lady Harriet Clive," by S. Cousins, R..\., framed, first published 

state (Agnew), j^44 2s. 

138 "Miss Croker, " by S. Cousins, R..\., framed, proof before the title 

(Carter), ;£.;ig iSs. 
130 "Lady Dover and child," by S. Cousins, R.A., framed, proof before 
the title (Vicars), j^47 ss. 

140 "The Princess Charlotte," by R. Golding, proof before letters (Leggatt), 

£1 IS. 

141 "Miss Farren," stipple by F. Bartolozzi, framed, with the title in open 

etched letters, and with Jeffreys' address (Sabin), ^81 i8s. 

142 "Countess Cower and daughter," by S. Cousins, R.A., framed, proof 

before the title (Vicars), ;^90 6s. 

143 "Lady Grey and children," by S. Cousins, R..A., framed, first published 

state (Carter), ^78 iss. 

144 "Elizabeth, Countess Grosvenor," by S. Cousins, R..\. (the reduced 

plate), framed, proof (Maggs), £^ 155. 6d. 

145 "Lady Hood." by S. W. Reynolds, framed, proof before any letters- 

(Leggatt), j£;io 10s. 

146 "Master Hope," by S. Cousins, R..'\., proof (Booth), ^£'3 13s. fid. 

147 "John Philip Kemble as Hamlet," by S. \V. Reynolds, open letter 

proof (Pawsey), £3 13s. fid. 

148 "Master Lamblon," by S. Cousins, R.A., framed, first state, when 

Lawrence published the plate (Pollard), 'j£'i68. 

149 "Lady Lyndhurst," by S. Cousins. R..\., first state, before any letters 

(Agnew), ^2y 6s. 

150 "Lady Lyndhurst," by S. Cousins, R..A., framed, second state (Vicars), 

£S 8s. 

151 "Miss Macdonald," by S. Cousins, R..\., framed, proof before the tit^. 

(Leggatt), ;£;is i5.<i. 

152 "Nature: The Calmady Children," by S. Cousins, R.A., framed, thiro 

state (Vicars), ^£'30 gs. 

153 "Miss Julia Peel," by S. Cousins, R..^., framed, proof before the tit 

(Carter), £52 los. 

154 "Lady Peel," by .S. Cousins, R.A., framed, proof before the title (.^gnew), 

£?,6 14s. 

155 "Mrs. Stratton," whole-length, by C. Turner, framed, proof before the 

title (Rimell), ;^i6 ifis. 

156 " Mrs. Wolff," by S. Cousins, R..i., framed, proof before the title 

(Vicars), £6 ifis. 6d. 



392 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



July 15, 1910. The following were sold by order 
of the Executors of Frank Hurst, Esq., deceased, late 
of 1 8, Cadogan Place, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Ellis, Edwin, " The Old Pier," ii£ x i8£ (Paris), ;^5 15s. 6d. 

2 Rivers, Leopold, " An Autumn Evening," 23J x 39^ (Mitchell), 

^£23 I2S. 6d. 

3 Sherrin, J., "A Pineapple and Grapes," 8J x loj (Mitchell), ;^r4 4s. 

4 Stanfield, C, R.A., " A Valley, with a village, castle and figures," 

81 X 12 (Bowden), ;£i8 7s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

5 Barzachi, A., 188S, " The Model," 28 x 40 (Wood), ;^i8 i8s. 

6 Blaas, E. De, 1891, " Le Bouquet de Dimanche," 41 J x 25J (Sampson), 

7 Blaas, E. De, 1888, " A Venetian Flower-Seller," 435 x 27J (Sampson), 

8 Burgess, J. B., R.A., 1879, " A Spanish Beauty," gj x yi (ShepherU), 

;^I2 I2S. 

9 Dawson, H. T., 1870, " On the Tamar," 27J x 41J (Lister), ;^ig igs. 

10 Deutsch, L., 1893, " The Hour of Prayer," 19J x 12^ (Sampson), .£109 4». 

11 Dicksee, T. F., 1864, " Miranda," oval, 9x7! (Leggatt), £6 6s. 

12 Gabriel, P. J. C, " A River Scene, with anglers," on panel, 11 x 175 

(Schiiller) ;i^42. 

13 Hillingtord, R., " Reading the Letter," on panel, gj x 7^ (Paris), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

14 Holland, J., 1843, " The Oratory," 19J x 32 (Sampson), jQ6 6s. 

15 Lovvcock, C. F., " Doubtful," 175 x 7I (Mullen), £y 17s. 6d. 

16 Stanfield, C, R.A., 1830, " A Street in Boppart-on-the-Rhtne," isi x iij 

(Mullen), ;^ii lis. 

17 Webb, J., 1878, " Sunset after rain," 235 x 35I (Lister), £22 2S. 

18 Weisse, R., i8gi, " The Carpet-Seller, Cairo," 31 x 23 (Evans), ;^^120 15s 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

sg Richardson, T. M., 1856, " Amalfi," 29 x 24I (Leggatt), Z'116 lis. 

20 Cox, D., " View on the Downs," 7 x loJ (Spink), £^2 los. 

21 Fielding, C, " A Fishing-Boat off a Port," 8i x i2i (Ellis), £36 155. 

22 Fielding, C, " Highland Landscape, with cattle," 6£ x 10 (Wells), 

^£■44 2S. 

23 Leech, John, " Servantgalism "; :md other sketches for " Punch," etc. 

pencil, thirty in four frames (Maggs), £s 5s. 



July IS, 1910. 393 

24 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., " Buildings and a Church," loi x yj (Knowle), 

£i(j 19s. 

25 Richardson, T. M., 1S63, " On the Hills of Loch Lafigan, Inverness-shire," 

29I X 49i (Sampson), ;£'io2 i8s. 

26 Leitch, W. L., " A Castle in the Isle of Man," 8 x 12 (Mullen), :^3 3s. 

27 Macwhirter, J., R.A.," Glen Morriston, Inverness-shire," I4i x 21 (Mullen), 

£16 16s. 

28 Turner, j. M. \V.. R.A., " Milan Cathedral," 3?, x 5*. engraved by J. 

Horsburgh, 1835, for Scott's " Life of Napoleon " (Vicars), £^1, 12s. 
sg Rossi, L., 1873, " The Morning Walk," 12 x -jl (Agnew), £iZ 18s. 

30 Rousseau, Th., " A View over a River," sepia, 6J x gj (White), ;^48 6s. 

31 Millet, J. F., " The Edge of a Wood," chalk, 6i x 9 (White), ;^g4 los. 

32 Whistler, J. M., " A Female Study," 10^ x 6J- (Draper), £,63. 

33 Abbey, E. A., R.A., 1896, " A Nautch-Girl of India," pastel, 27 x 214 

(Amor), £\^ 14s. 

34 Walker, F., A.R.A., " The Banks of the Thames," 13J x 95 (Spink), 

£so 8s. 

35 Sandys, F., " Helen of Troy," 29^ x 22 (Neville), £y 17s. 6d. 

36 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1841, " At the Spring," 16I x 12^ (Sampson), 

,^i0 los. 

37 Palmer, Sutton, " The Pass of the Trossachs," 14! x 2oi (Evans), 

;^I0 los. 

38 Johnson, E. K., " Feeding Ducks," JsJ x 2o| (Paris), £-j 17s. 6d. 

39 Padgett, W., " Low Tide, near Boulogne," pastel, 13J x 16^ (Burton), 

£i) 19s. 6d. 

40 HuriT, W., " The Naval Apprentice," 11x8 (Locker), £1% 18s. 

41 Varley, J., 1842, " Dudley Castle," I2i x 19 (Paris), £$ 15s. 6d. 

42 Kilburne, G. G., 1876, " Returning Home," and " .■\ Youth," by G. Campi, 

(Paris), £\ 14s. 6d. 

43 Penlev, E. A., 1882, " Near Dolgelly, North Wales," 11 x 23'- (Connell), 

£7 7S. 

44 Faulkner, J., R.H.A., " The River .^von, near Leamington," 18 x 26^ 

(Paris), £^ 4s. 

45 Faulkner, J., R.H.A., " Ireland's Eye, Co. Dublin," \&\ x 38J (Paris), 

;^i IIS. 6d. 

46 Knight, J. Buxton, 1893, " Beach Scene," 15 x 23J (Sampson), j£^ii us. 

47 Lloyd, Sluart, " Christchurch," 11 x 25-5 (Evans), £■; 7s. 

PICTURES. 

48 Davies, VV., 1895, " Near Ardentinny, Argyllshire," 12 J x i8i (Paris), 

£& 8s. 

49 Moore, H., R..\., 1889, "Sea-piece, with fishing boats," 19I x 29} 

(Agncw), £-ii, 15s. 

50 Sherrin, D., " Landscape, near the coast," 23 x 41^ (Huggins), ;£7io 10s. 

51 Smith, Hely, 1888, " Coming to Anchor," 25 x 33 (Attneave), £j 7s. 

52 Knight, J. Buxton, " Landscape, with horses and poultry," 14^ x io\ 

(Sampson), .^'12 )2S. 

53 Knight, J. Buxton, " Golfers at West Drayton," gi x \i\ (Sampson), 

£S 5s- 

54 Bauerle, C. F., " Children gathering wild flowers," 253 x 30J 

(Christmas), £2 12s. 6d. 

55 Vincent, G., " Road Scene, with peasants and cattle," 20 x 31J (Mullen). 

;^8 8s. 



394 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

56 ("Inucie, " Landscape, with buildings and figures," i.^ x i8J (Holt), 

£2 2S. 
5; Watson, J. D., 1855, " Going to the Sprini;," ig x 15^ (Paris), £1 iis. t.vi. 

58 Gilbert, A., 1890, " Deer-Stalking on the Banks of Loch Dhu "; and 

" Duck-Shooting: Moonrise, on Loch Maree," a pair, 75 x 15J (Lisiei), 
£7 17s- fid. 

59 Mann, J. H. S., 1877, " Time of Roses," 24 x 195 (Watson), £^ 5s. 

60 Damme, Van, " Cattle on the banks of the Scheldt," 295 x 50 (.Sampson;, 

^'4 4S. 

61 Serrure, 1856, " Les Marauders," 25-^- x 20 (Huggins), £^ 14s. 6d. 

62 Tenkate, H., 1857, " The Picture-Dealer's Salon," igj x 27^ (Mitchell), 

j^IO IDS. 

63 Fantin-Latour, H., 1872, " Roses in a Glass," 11x8, collection of Sir 

J. C. Day, 1909 (Tooth), ;£'i20 15s. 

64 Hurt, L. B., "Autumn: Lyndhurst, Hants "; and " By the Sound of 

Bressay, Shetland," a pair, ;2i x i8| (Connell), j^'ie i6s. 

65 Gosling, W. W., " The Drinking-Pool," 23 x 35 (Dobell), £g gs. 

66 Wimperis, E. M., " The Coming Storm," 47I x 72 (Grant), £^0 8s. 

67 Pott, Laslett J., " The Court of Queen Elizabeth," 35 x 56 (Lister), 

£141 i.SS. 

68 Verschuur, W., " The Hay-Cart," 28^ x 42J (Sampson), £72 los. 

69 Weissenbruch, Jan, " View in a Dutch Town," 9 x 12 (Preyer), ^^33 12s. 

70 Fantin-Latour, H., 1878, " A Posy of Wild Flowers," 8i x loj (Tooth), 

:,^68 "IS. 

71 Westerbeek, C, " The Pasturage," 17 x 27 (Sampson), ^14 14s. 

72 Kemm, R., " The Way to the Bull-Fight," 39I x 49 (Lister), £^2. 

73 Glindoni, H. G., 1894, " To the Maids of Merry England," 16-} x 2oi 

(Evans), ifiS iSs. 

74 Blaas, E. De, 1874, " A Venetian Lady of the i6th Century," 34 x 26.V 

(Lister), ;£'i6 i6s. 

75 Maris, J., " River Scene, with a wooden bridge," 17I x 23 (Cremetti), 

j^304 los. 

76 Corot, J. B. C, " Landscape, with a man in a boat on a pond," 

14 X iqJ (Howard), ;^44 2S. 

77 Bock, Th. de, " River Scene, with an old barn," 17! x 27I (Wallis), 

£i^ 1.3s. 

78 Verboecklioven, E., 1841, " A peasant, cow, donkey, goat, and sheep, 

by a stream," 10 x 13 (Mitchell), £2$ 7s. 

79 Millet, J. P., " The Seamstress," 17I x 14 (Ford), ;^2i. 

80 Schelfhout, A., " Landscape, with cattle," 16 x ig'^- (Roos), :^8 i8s. bd. 

81 Dotaillc, Ed., 1874, " L'Embuscade," 8J x 12^ (Bell), ^^94 los. 

82 Vibert, J. G., " Malade Imaginairc," 30J x 40 (Bright), ^^420. 

83 Sant, J., R.A., " Portrait of a Lady, in white dress," 23 x iQ.!t 

(t'hristmas), £7 17s. 6d. 

84 Corot, J. B. C, " .'Vn Italian Landscape," 18 x 27 (Carfax), j^igg los. 

85 Peel, J., " Rhuddlan Castle, North Wales." 28], x 47 (Mitchell), 

£ij 19s. 6d. 

86 Neyt, B., 1862, " Interior of the Church of Ihe Sahlon, Brussels," 

25J X 22 (Carroll), jQ^ ss. 

87 Lombar3o, G., " The Chapel Royal, Palermo," 22 x 16 (St .David), 

^77 17s. fid. 

88 Ottenfeld, R. V., " Wallenstoin's Last Bivouac," 37 x 46^ (Bremner), 

/^I2 126. 



July 15, 1910. 3^5 

89 Niemann, E. J., " Near Paitley, in Mid- Yorkshire," 29 x 49 (.Evans), 

i>3 13s. fit). 

90 Andrews, H., 1851, " A Fete Ciiamp^tre," 31^- x 44 (Moss), ;£"i6 i6s. 

<ji Liverdondi, F. Van, 1861, " Ewes, lamb, poultry, and tluclcs," 19 x 25^ 
(Lister), £S i8s. 6d. 

92 Wilson, J., " Morning "; and " Evening: Coast scenes," a pair, 13!- x 2.yi 

(Xash), ^-i. 

93 Horsley, J. C, R.A., " Malvolio i' tlie sun practising behaviour to his 

own shadow," " Twelfth Night," Act II., Scene s. 24 x 2(j 
(withdrawn). 

04 Vietro, M., " Head of a Woman," 145 x 115 (withdrawn). 

95 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Portraits of Miss Ross and Miss Hayter," a 

sketch, 235 X 28 (withdrawn). 

96 Blake, B., 1825, " An Interior, with dead game, etc.," 21J x 25 (Coke), 

£12. 

97 Blake, B., 1830, "The Interior of a Larder," iif x gj (Harter), £ij 17s. 

98 Chalon, A. E., R.A., " La Rose Parlante," 12^ x 10 (Pollard), ;^io los. 

99 Crome, J., " A Mill-Stream, with a bridge," 13 x 17 (Bright), :£2i. 

100 Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R..'\., 1873, " The Siesta," 6J 18^ (Lisler), 

^^304 lOS. 

101 Landseer, .Sir. E., K..\., " .\ Pointer in turnips," 17:} x 23; (Evans), 

£6s 2S. 

102 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " A Wounded Pheasant," 19J x 255 (Evans), 

£24 3S. 

103 Crome, " Landscape, with farm buildings," 11 x i-^i (Carroll), ^4 4s. 

104 Shayer, W., Sen., 1836, " The Gleaners "; and " The Fern-Gatherers," 

a pair, 13J x 115 (Mullen), ;^7i Ss. 

105 Andrews, H., " An Encampment by a River "; and " .\ Hunting Scene," 

a pair, 26^ x 35J (Leger), £8 8s. 

106 Burrington, A., " La Bouquetiere," 24 x 20 (Mullen), £4 14s. 6d. 

107 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., " The Sheep-Washing "; and a framed Autograph 

Letter of the Artist, 155 x 23 (White), j£r47 ss. 

108 Wallis, H., " The Sacristy," 19 x 3iJ (Morris), £jg 19s. 

109 Walton, Frank, " The Farewell to the Glorious Sun," 53 x 35;. 

(Christmas), /Tio los. 

110 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1865, " Three cows and some sheep," 17^ x 23J 

(Evans), ;^68 5s. 

111 Holland, J., 1851, "St. Giorgio, Venice," I2in. circular (.Agnewi, 

;^3I los. 

112 Blake, B., 1828, " The Interior of a Larder," 8 x 10 (Carroll), £n 4s. 

113 Shayer, W., Sen., " River Scene, with a peasant driving cows along a 

road," 17 X 13.1 (Nathan), ;£'29 8s. 

114 Callcott, Sir A. W., R.A., " A View over the Campagna from Rome," 

i7j X 28 (VV. Permain), ;^33 12s. 

115 Constable, J., R.A., " Hampstead Heath," 9J x iij (W. Permain), 

£^0 Ss. 

116 Wimpcris, E. M., " River Scene, with a farm," igi x 20 (Leggatt), 

3^7.=; I2S. 

117 Callow, W., "Off the Coast: The coming storm," 11 x 15^ (Mullen), 

£7 7S. 

118 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1852, " .\ goat and kids," 15^ x 15^ (.Vathan), 

jTu 14s. 

119 Hardy, Heywood, "On the Sands," 12J- x 15?, (Mullen), ;£'i6 16s. 



396 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

120 Collins, C, "At the stream"; and "Cattle resting," a pair, gj x 13, 

(Tooth), .■/7t4 14s. 

121 Stuart, C, " Loch Katrine and Ellen's Isle," 23I x 35! (Lister) 

^18 18s. 

122 Moore, H., R.A., 1878, "Barley Harvest: turning the sheaves," iij x 25J 

(Bale), .£9 19s. 6d. 

123 Collins, C, " On the Cornish Coast, near Bude," 23 x 35 (Cassell) 

£^4 14s. 

124 Adams, J. Clayton, " The Copse in Spring," 23 x 35 (Sampson), ;^2i. 

125 Garland, H., 1899, " Scotch cattle resting," ig x 31 (Mullen), ;^i7 17s. 

126 Muschamp, S., " Love's Young Dream," ig| x 29 (Mullen), £14 14s. 

127 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1900, " Study of Clematis," 21J x 26^ (Paris), 

;^I0 lOS. 

128 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., igoo, " A study of a cottage door," 17^ x 24^ 

(Minetz), £iy 17s. 
329 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1893, " Walberswick Fishing-Houses "; and " A 
Study of heath," a pair, 18 x 24I (Dixon), ;^i6 i6s. 

130 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1902-6, " Littlefort "; and " Crimson Ramblers," 

a pair, 17J x 25I (Money), £^2 I3S- 

131 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1878-85, " A Somerset water-course "; and 

" Five Miles from Anywhere," a pair, 18 x 245 (Paris), ;^9 gs. 

132 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1877-1902, " Study of King's Lynn Ferry "; and 

" Fallow Deer," a pair, 18 x 23I (Paris), ;^5 ss. 

The property of the Rev. Charles J. Steward, deceased, 
late of The Cedars, Anglesea Road, Ipswich. 



133 Crome, J., " The Boathouse at Blundeston," 18 x 24^ (Shepherd), 

£27 6s. 

DRAWING. 

134 Crome, J. " A Study for ' The Boathouse at Blundeston,' " yi x 12J 

(Shepherd), £2 2S. 

The property of a gentleman. 

135 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R..A., " Her Idol," 29J x 37J (Willis), ^£'504. 

From the collection of William Imrie, Esq., deceased, 
late of Holmstead, Moseley Hill, Liverpool. 

136 Burne-Jones, Sir E., 18S2, " The Tree of Forgiveness," 75 x 42, New 

Gallery, i8g8-o (St. David), ^472 los. 

The following were the property of William Beacall, 
Esq., deceased, late of Shrewsbury. 

137 " Harmony," after F. Dicltsee, R.A., by C. Waltner, artist's prooi 

(St. David), £z '36- 6d. 



July IS, 1910. 397 

DRAWINGS. 
138 Collins, W., R.A., " A Cottage on the Coast," s x 6| (Agnew), ;^is 155. 
I3q Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1866, " Tliree cows in a stream," 14^ x 21.1 
Oviitchell), ^50 8s. 

140 Fielding, C, 1825, " Landscape, near tlic coast, with peasants and 

cattle," 20J X 26f (Leggatt), £<)2 8s. 

141 Fortuny, M., " A Bedouin Guard," 7J x 4J (Agnew), £T,y i6s. 

142 Hine, H. G., 1872, " The Sussex Downs," 8j x 13I (Bowden), ;^i5 15s. 

143 Leitch, W. L., 1873, " .^n Italian Castle," loj x 17 (Evans), jQy 7s. 

144 Mercer, F., 1878, " Forest Scene," 21 x 29J (Mitchell), £<^ 14s. 6d. 
14s Watson, J. D., 1874, " Barnaby Rudge," 131 x gl (Boyd), ;^s 5s. 

PICTURES. 

146 Hacker, Arthur, R.A., 1884, " Dull Work," 29! x igj (Huggins!, 

147 Moore, Albert, " A Corridor," 15J x 55 (Gooden and Fox), ;^78 15s. 

148 Ward, A., " Bribery," iii x 6^ (Carroll), £2 3S- 

The following were sold by order of the Executor of 
J. Moxon, Esq., deceased, late of 3, Kilgraston Road, 
Edinburgh. 

DRAWINGS. 

149 Bastert, J., 1887, " Village Scene," 13^ x 21 (Tooth), ^^14 14s. 

150 & 151 Castelli, N., "The Quarrel"; "A Lady"; and French School, 

" Studies of Figures," seven, in three frames (Schuller), £1 is. 

152 Hoppe, B., " A Sailing-vessel in a breeze," 13J x 9I (Wallis), £2 15s. 

153 Kever. " Washing-Day," 14I x loj (Dowdeswell), £T,ii 155. 

154 Mauve, A., " An Old Woman Knitting," 12 x lo (Bruce), .;^iio 5s. 

155 OfTermans, T., " A Shepherdess and Sheep," loj x 65 (Tooth), £■; 7s. 

156 Schenkel, " The Interior of a Church," 16 x 13 (Tooth), £(1 6s. 

PICTURES. 

157 Bock, Th. De, " Landscape, with farm buildings," 15^ x 185 (WallisI, 

158 Bock, Th. De, " Landscape, with a shepherdess and sheep," 15 x 214 

(Wallis), ^30 18s. 

159 Essen, J. Van, " The Road to the Village," 7x11 (.Abraham), ;£Jio los. 

160 Fattori, G., 1882, " Halt of the Transport," iij x 24 (Wallis), £^ 4s. 

161 French School, " Cupid's Forge," 80 x gg (Parsons), £2 2s. 

162 Meisel, C, " A Cavalier Drinking," 6J x gj (Vicars^ £7 7s. 

i6j Sc-hrotter, " .\n Old Imperial Bavarian Guard," and " .\ Cavalier " 

(Walhs), £t,o i8s. 
164 Velten, W., " Watering Horses," o x 6 (Velten), £2-^ as. 



39S ART PRICES' CURRENT. 



July 18, 1910. The property of a lady. 

ETCHINGS. 

J "The .Shoem.-aker " ; "The Chiropodist"; and "The Surgeon," by (; 

Dusart; and two others (Carey), 12s. 
j "The Quack Doctor"; and "A Man at a Window," bv Ostade ; and 

three others (Par.sons), 55. 
•3 "The Presentation in the Temple"; "The Death of the Virgin"; 

" The Raising of Lazarus,'' by Rembrandt; and " The Virgin with a 

MonUey," by Diirer (Carey), ^Q^. 

OLD DRAWINGS. 

4 " Mules and a Goat "; "A Mother and Child "; " A Cavalier and a 

Lady, with other figures"; " ,\ Cottage Interior"; and three others, 
seven, in five frames (Par.<;ons), ins. 

5 Breughel, P., " Landscape, with figures "; and " Waggons and Figure". 

on a hilly road," sepia (Best), ;^i8 i8s. 
■6 Breughel, P., " Figures Merrymaking"; and "The Interior of a Tavern 
with Figures," by D. Teniers (Parsons), 12s. 

7 fjrauwer. A., "A Study «of five peasants," sepia; "A Peasant"; and 

" -V Boy," by Dietricy, three, in two frames (Best), .<^io igs. 

8 Mander, C. Van, " The Return of the Prodigal Son "; " The Quarrel," 

by Heemskirk ; and four others, six, in five frames (Parsons), los. 

9 Meulen, P. Van Der, " Exercising Horses "; " Figures Merrymaking," 

attributed to D. Teniers; " A Cavalry Engagement," by J. A. de Los; 

and six others, nine, in eight frames, 12s. 
'10 Potter, "Cattle, Horse and Figures"; " Two Cows"; "Figures," by 

Van Bos; and six others, nine, in six frames (Parsons), £1 2s. 
Ji Rembrandt, "Three Figures," on one mount, sepia; " Un Viellard avec 

deux Femmes," sepia; and " Figures," by L. Bramer, two in one 

frame, black and white; four, in two frames (Parsons), :os. 
.12 Roos, J. H., " The Farrier,"; " A Cottage Interior," hy Moy of Augsburg; 

"Saint .Sebastian," by S. Fulcatus; and ten others, thirteen in eleven 

frames (Parsons), _^jf. 

13 Rugendas, G. P., " Twelve Drawings of Battle Scenes, Figures, etc," in 

nine frames (Sabin), /[j,. 

14 Schoenfeldt, F., 1680, "The Adoration of the Shepherds"; " The Raising 

of the Cross," by G. Kopp; " The Triumph of a Warrior," by 
Spilberger; and two others (Quinto), i8s. 

15 Schovaerdts, M., "The Interior of a Tavern"; "Venus and Adonis," by 

A. Voet; and three others (Parsons), los. 
'16 Schellenburg, J. R., "The Quack"; "Greyhounds," by Jan Fyt; 

"Horsemen," by G. v. Bemel ; and seven others, ten in eight frames. 

(Quinto), .-£2 ss. 
ly Guide, "The Virgin," charcoal; "The Madonna and Child appearing to 

a Saint," by Giovanni Fulco; and four others (Crome), £1. 



July i8, igio. 399 

18 Rosa, S., " The Infant Tobit and the Angel "; and " A Peasant," two 

in one frame; "Figures at a Banquet"; "Saint George slaving the 
Dragon," etc., nine in six frames (Nicholson), £.\. 
ig Carpioni, Giulio, " Tobit Restoring his Father's Sight"; "Figures," by 
r. Filocamo, etc., icn. In eight frames (Crome), £1. 

20 Gainsborough, "Two Children in a Landscape"; "Figures in a Cave"; 

and " A Landscape," by J. T. James, charcoal (Hodgins), £^. 

21 Rowlandson, T., 1S08, " Figures before a cottage at Foots Cray "; and 

" Three Drawings of Animals," by S. Howitt (Miiller), £1 los. 

22 Brun, C. Le, " .\ Battle Piece "; "Satyrs," by N. Poussin; " Boats," hy 

Du Val, a pair; and three others, seven, in six frames (Parsons), i8s. 
2T, Callot, J., " A Skirmish "; " Figures at a Repast "; " Boys Playing "; 
.ind four others, seven, in six frames (Parsons), 18s. 

24 Fragonard, " A Boy, with a dead bird "; " A Study of Military Figures," 

pen and ink; and "Figures in a Barn " (Par.sons), ,-£i is. 

25 Grcuze, J. B., " .-V cook-maid preparing fish," .sc-pi;; wash, 7^ x 85; 

(Best), j^'ig igs. 

26 Nain. Le, " .-\ Peasant Boy," coloured chalk; .-md " Head of a 

Gentleman," charcoal (Humphries), ;^4 5s. 

27 Amman, I., " A Cavalry Engagement," sepia, loi x i.^i (Obach), £^0. 

28 Cranach, L., " .'\ Tournament Scene," Indian ink. 7I x iii (Sabin), 

;^i62 15s. 
2g Durer, A., " \ Faun," sepia, heightened with white and red wash, S x 11 
(Strolin), £jSg. 

30 EarTy German School, "A Man on Horseback," dated 1541 ; and "Saint 

George," two in one frame (Obach), ^£'27 6s. 

31 Hopfer, " \ Cavalry Engagement "; " Huntsmen, " by G. v. Bemel ; 

" A .Skirmish," by Lemke; and five others, eight, in seven frames 
(Quinto), £2. 

32 Konig, S., 1654, " A. Figure of a Man;" " .\ Landscape," by J. Mechaw; 

" Sporting Figures," hy J. A. Dietzsch (3); and five others, ten, in 
eight frames (Quinto), £2 ss. 

33 Moy, J. (of -Augsburg), "An Interior, with figures," red clialk ; " Card- 

Players "; and " Peasant Families," black and white (CromeJ, .^^i 12s. 

PICTURE. 

34 Dutch -School, " Portrait of a Lady, in white satin dress." unframed, 

12^ X loj (Nicholson), ;^5 iss. 6d. 



The following were from the collection of C. E. 
Vertue, Esq., deceased. 

OLD DRAWINGS. 
35 Brakenberg, R., 1689, " An Interior, with a musical party," black and 

white; and " .'\ Sacrificial Bull," by .V. Van de Velde (Obach), £j^ 15s. 
-^6 Brav, J. De, " Portrait of Jan Van Goyen," black and red chalk, 

6J X 5^ (Obach), ;^I9 19s. 
37 Cellini, B., " A Design for a Ewer," sepia. 15 x oi (Colnaghi), 

£6 16s- 6d. 



400 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

38 Cortona, P. Da, " The Rape of the Sabines "; and " A Satyr," by 

C. van Loo, red chalk (Parry), £1 iis. 6d. 

39 Dusart, C, " The Violin tesson," 10 x 8| (Obach), ^£^5 '4S- 

40 Dusart, C, 1689, " Head of a Peasant "; and " Three Figures " 

(Obach), £42. 

41 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Head of a Lady, with fur coat," pencil and 

red chalk, 8-i x yi (Huggins), 2^75 12s. 

42 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., " Head of a Youth," pencil and red chalk, 

6i X si (Huggins), ^^14 14s. 

43 Ostade, A. Van, " Figures before a cottage-door," pen and ink, and 

wash, 7J X 7 (Obach), ;^68 55. 

44 Rubens, " Studies of Lions," sepia, 14 x g (Colnaghi), £^2 los. 

45 Steen, Jan, " Travelling Musicians and Figures before an Inn," sepia, and 

pen and ink, iij x 15J (Obach), ;£'i3i 5s. 

46 Dyck, Van, " An Equestrian Portrait of a Man," sepia and wash, 7* x 5^ 

(Strolin), £8 8s. 

47 Wouvennan, Ph., " Figures and Horses "; and " A Man with Dogs," 

pen and ink and wash (Hart), £q qs. 

The property of a gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 

48 Daubigny, " Ploughing," chalk, 8 x loj (Prince), £2 12s. 

49 Donatello, " Studies of two figures," pen and ink, 9 x 6j (Prince), 

£2 2S. 

50 Gainsborough, " A Boy and a Girl," black and white chalk, 13J x 12J 

(Colnaghi), .:^3.(; 14s. 

51 Holland, J., 1849, " Rocks at Lynmouth," 135 x 205 (Price), £2 2S. 

52 Lagneau, " Head of a Man," chalk, 14 x gj (Lawson), ;^i8 i8s. 

53 De Wint, P., " A Gipsy Encampment," 15 x 12J (Lawson), £2, 3s. 

PICTURES. 

54 Barbarij, Jacopo di, " The Virgin and Child," 3g2 x 305 (Hope), ;^23 2S. 

55 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., " Colonel Sir Robert Herries, in scarlet uniform," 

29 X 24 (Bell), vC8 8s. 

56 Claes, P., " Fruit, crab, and still life on a table " ig x 26 (Dobell), 

£52 10s. 

57 Cotes, F.. R.A., 1758, " Portrait of a Lady, in yellow and mauve dress," 

23! X 18 (Hope), £42. 

58 Devis, A., 1748, " A Family Group," 50 x 39 (Clark], ^26 55. 

59 Fabritius, B., " The Satyr and the Peasant," 31 x 37J (Klee), ;^3i. 

60 Gainsborough, " The Daughters of George III.," 175 x 15 (Paterson , 

.;£'i6 i6s. 

61 Jackson, J., R.A., " The Hon. Master Phipps, with his horse," a sketch, 

2ii x i6j (Quinto), £2 2s. 

62 Loo, J. B. Van, " Lady Carlingford, in brown dress with pearl 

ornaments," 20 x 24 (Bright), JC42. 

63 Netscher, G., " A Lady, with a hawk and a dog," 20 x isJ (Bright), 

£2^ 4s • 

64 Teniers, D., " Hilly Landscape "; a copy of the " Shipwreck of /Eneas," 

by kubens, but with different figures, 23 x 35^ (Quinto), j^8 8s. 



July i8, 1910. 401 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

Unframed. 

65 Veronese, P., " The Marriage Feast "; a ceiling piece, by G. Lazzarini, in 

red chalk; and " A Landscape, with sportsmen," by S. Brunner, 1811, 
pen and ink wash (Quinio), ^i 5s. 

66 G.unsborougli, "A W uo.ly Lrindscipo, with' cattla watering ''; "A 

Sheep "; and another, pencil sketches (Robinson), ^13 13s. 

67 Gainsborough, " A Girl with a pitcher "; and two others, pencil 

sketches (Leggatt), /Ti ss. 

68 Correggio, " The Nativity," chalk and wash; "A Design for a Ceiling," 

by Vfinni; "A Warrior," by Polidoro, pen and ink; Landscapes, 
Figure subjects, etc. (Quinto), £■] 7s. 

69 Guercino, " k Philosopher Writing," chalk; " Crossing the Ford," by 

N. Berchem, red chalk; "An Allegory," by Romanelli, red chalk; 
" Hercules and the Lion," by D. da \olterra, red chalk; Figure 
subjects, etc. (Quinto), £/^ 14s. 6d. 

70 Guido, "The Magdalen," water colour; "The Holy Family," from the 

Varni Collection, sepia, etc. (Quinto), £2 12s. 6d. 

71 Guercino, " Saint Jerome in the Desert," pen and ink; " Moses Striking 

the Rock," by Ciro Ferri, sepia, etc. (Quinto), £2 los. 

72 Tiepolo, "Time," a design for a ceiling, sepia; " .\ ^^^'lrrior," by 

Donieniciiino, "Head of an Old Man," by C. d'Arpino, red chalk, 
" Landscapes "; etc. (Quinto), £^ los. 

73 Goyen, J. Van, 1650, " River Scene, with boats by the bank," pencil, 

7I X ii£ (Obach), £ig 19s. 

Framed. 

74 Morland, " Peasants and Donkey," iij x nj (Wagner), £2 los. 

75 Westall, R., R.A., (after), "The Mask'; and "The Ghost," by L. 

Schiavonetti, a pair, 7x9 (Lewis), £^ 4s. 

76 Boucher School, " Head of Madame de Pompadour, as ' Flora,' " pastel, 

iSj X I2| (Hodgkins), ;£^I2 12s. 

77 French School, " Portrait of a young girl, in blue dress, holding a fan," 

pastel, oval, 22 x 14 (Mrs. Wheeler), £2 zs. 
7S French School, " Head of a Girl," black and while chalk, 81 x sJ 
(Nicholson), .:^24 3s. 

79 French School, " A Nymph Sacrificinsj," 13 x 8' (Wilson), ;^5 5s. 

80 P., E., 1815, " Portrait of a child," pencil and colour, oval, 6j x 5 

(Pitt), £6 6s. 

81 Gainsborough, " Landscape, with cart and sheep," chalk, iii x 13^, 

from the collection of W. Esdaile, Esq. (Blake), £:i 3s. 

82 Early English School, " A Gentleman with his wife and four children. 

in a garden," 15^ x I4i (Gooden and Fox), ^22 is. 

PICTURES. 

83 Robert, " A Building, seen under an archway, with figures," 24^ x 30 

(Courcau), .£'220 los. 

84 Early English School, " Portrait of a lady, in white dress," 20} x i6i 

(Parry), ;^s 55. 



402 ART PRICES CURRENT 

85 Xetscher, G., " Portrait of a lady, in pink dress, sealed in u garden," 

oval, 27^ X 22I (Forbes), £21. 

86 Dutch School, " Sir Peter Becitinou, in blnck dress .ind hat, holdins 

a letter," 24I x igj (Peary), ;^g gs. 
S7 Early English School, " Portrait of a boy, in blue dress, holding a cricket 
bat and a ball," 23! x 21 (Lewis), ;£ii iis. 

88 Rubens School, " Helena Fourment, in rich dress," 18 x 142 (Schroeder), 

£12 I2S. 

89 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. (after), " Miss Crolcer," 29J x 24^ (Nicholson), 

:£ll IIS. 

90 Molenaer, K., " Rixcr Scene, with coUn,t;e and figures ": and " A 

Winter Scene, with hgures on the ice,'' a pair, Q x 7! (Parsons", 
;£i8 i8s. 

91 Molenaer, K., " Landscapes, with churches and figures: Summer ami 

Winter," a pair. 9 .\ 7! (Parry), £6 i6s. 6d. 
(32 Molenaer, K., "River Scene, with buildings and angler." to x '/S 

(Schroeder), ,^5 15.S. 6d. 
03 Brauwer, " Head of a Boor," 7I x 5^ (Wagner), £2 12s. .6ri. 
1)4 Cuyp, " River Scene, with a village, numerous boats and figures," 

27^ X 47 (St, Hense), .tC26 ss. 
^5 Neer, Van der, "River Scene, with buildings, boat and figure," 14-5 x ?n 

fParry), £2 12s. fid. 

96 Nellius, A., " Fruit and still life." 17 x 15 fSn^.ilh), .^14 14s. 

97 Ruysdael, "Sea Piece, with a fishing-boat in a squall," x is (Paterson), 

:^8 i8s. fid. 
q8 Ruysdael, "Shipping off the Coast," loj x 10 (Smith), j^io los. 
99 Teniers, D., " The Prodigal Feasting." 24 x 35 (Roe), ^Si iSs. 

100 Teniers, "Landscape, with a coti.age and a peasant," 7f x 4} 

(S. T. Smith), £2 2s. 

101 Early En;;lish .School, " Two bo>-:; v, ith a kite," unfrnn^ed, jn x 26 

(Morgan), £\ js. 

102 Leyden School, "A King and Courtiers," 18J x 23J (Quinto), ^3 13s. fid. 

103 Italian School, " Portrait of a gentleman, holding a book, befnre a 

crucifix," 34 X 28 (Fisher>, ;^3 13s. fid. 

104 Parkinson, T., 1780, "Portrait of a Girl," in pink and white dress, 

unframed, 29j x 24J (Grant), 18s. 

105 Boucher .School, "lo," 27 x 20J (Nicholson), .£"99 155. 

106 Veronese, ".A Oueen, with .\tterdants and a .Monk," 19 x 33^ (Nasmythi, 

;^I2 12s. 

107 Constable, " Coast Scene, with shipping," 135 x 185 (Bell), £5 5s. 

108 Crome, J. B., "River Scene, with boats: Moonlight," gj x i2| (White), 

£S 8s. 

109 Early English School, " Porlr.ait nf .a Gentleman," in dark dress with 

powdered hair, 29 x 23J (Morgan), £2 as. 
ijo Hogarlh, "Portrait of a Lady," in yellow dress with blue cloak, 29 x 24 
(f;ash), ./Tfi ifis. fid. 

111 Early English School, "Mrs. McQuistin, nde Jane Elizabeth Ronald 

Angus, in white dress, seated before a spinet," 25^ x 21I (Grant), 
£3 3S. 

112 Dutch School, "Portrait of a Gentleman," in black dress with white 

lace ruff, 26! x iqi (Black), ;^io los. 

113 Poel, E. Van der, "A Street in a Town," 21 x 16 (Parsons), £^1 10s. 



July 1 8, 1910. 403 

i!4 i;)ulch School, " View in Amsterdam, with figures "; and " A Canal 

Scene, Amsterdam," (Cohen), ^^22 is. 
JlS Morland, G. (after), "Extravagance and Idleness," 2.1 x 17 (Pype), 

£3 LIS. 6d. 
JiO l-Vench School, " A Girl, wiih .-i bird-cage," oval, ig x 14 (Sabinj. ;£r378. 

117 Rembrandt School, "A Philosopher," gf x 7J (Bale), ;£'io los. 

118 Early English School, "George III.," in grey coat, wearing the Star of 

the Garter, 29J x 23 (iManby), ;^s 53. 

119 Herring, J. F., Sen., 1847, " 'Van Tromp,' in a stable," 14I x igj (Roe), 

;£'49 7s. 
lao Aiken, H., "Coaching Scenes: Summer and Winter," a pair, iij x 19J 
(Spencer), .:^"i2 12s. 

121 Griffier, I., " Landscape, with a castle and figures," 8, x 12^ (Bell), 

£S 8s. " . 

122 Early F.nglish School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in grey coat nn'I !.!ue 

vest ; and "Portrait of a Lady," in pink dress, a pair, oval. loj x 8\ 
(Parry), £2 2S. 

123 Unknown, "Portrait of an Indian," in red turban, 27! x 22^ (Clark), 

£H- 

124 Kettle, T., "Portrait of a Gentleman," in brown dress, 2g x 24i ;l5rooks), 

£S 8s. 

125 French School, "Blind-Man's Buff," 20J x i6| (Leger), £S i8s. 6d. 

126 Kneller, "Portrait of a Div-ine," in gown with bands, iSj x 154 (Hodge), 

£1 is. 

127 Early English School, "Portrait of a Young Lady," in white dress and 

straw hat, unframed, 2g| x 24J (Permain), £6 i6s. 6d. 

128 Dutch School, "Landscape, with buildings and figures," and ".-\ Frozen 

River Scene,- with skaters," a pair, 8J circular (St. Hens^), £^. 

129 Wouverman, " Travellers halting at a smithy," ijj x 21J (Schroeder), 

£i3 13s- 

130 Rembrandt School, "Lot and his Daughters," 18 x 13 (Parry), ^£4 4s. 

131 Guardi School, "Views in Venice, with gondolas and figures," a set 

of lour, 5 J x g| (Wall), £t,6 iss. 

132 Early Flemi>h School, "Salvator Mundi," 23 x zyl (Nicholson), .£33 12s. 

133 Guardi, F., "Views on the Italian Coast," a pair, 61 x gj (Vicars), 

£'26 ss. 

134 Early English School, " Portr.iit of a Lady," in dark dress v.ith white 

collar, 23 X 18 (Kirk), ^3 13s. 6d. 
13s Elinerts, J. F., 1832, " Flowers in a Icrra-cotta vase," 28 x 23 (CoUings), 
j£7ii OS. 6d. 

136 Terburg, ".An Interior, with ladies and gentlemen dancing and feasting," 

16 X 21 (Howard), ;^I3 13s. 

137 Pynaker, "Woody Landscape, with travelling peasants and animals," 

)Q X 23 (Parrv), £.4. 4S. 

138 Italian School, "Saint Catherine," 36 x 28 (Parry), £4 4S- 

139 Maes, N. (after), " Portrait of a Gentleman," in red cloak, 24 x 20 

(Parry), £2 15s. 
J40 Verspronck, " Ponrnit of a Gonllenian," in dark dross with white collar, 

24J X 18 (Newall), j£:s 5s. 
141 Cuyp, "River Scene, with boats and figures," 14 x iSJ (Parry), ;^3 3s. 
143 Meieren, J. B. Van der, "A Battle Piece," iij x isJ (Parry), £s 55. 

143 Teniers, " Landscape, with a castle and figures," (>i x 6.1 (P.ir.sons), i.2 2S. 

144 Italian ScTiool, "Hefcules," 57 x 47 (Mrs. Wheeler), ^^3 3s. 



404 ART PRICES CURRENT 

14s Early English School, "Earl St. Vincent, seated, in a landscape," 28i x 24 
(Wood), £8 8s. 

146 Wissing, "The Duke of Monmouth," in breast-plate, with white cravat. 

28I X 24i (Grant), yC6 6s. 

147 Wissing, "Judge Jeffreys," in brown gown, with lace cravat, 29 x 24 

(Grant), Z"6 6s. 

148 Wissing, " Portrait of a I.;idy," in brown dress, with blue scarf, 

20 X 2i. (Wise), ;i^I2 I2S. 

149 Teniers, "An Interior, with peasants merrymaking," 22 x 30 (Roe), 

£13, 13s. 

150 Teniers School, "A Village Merrymaking," 21 x 28 (Parry), £7 7s. 

151 Weefs, P., "The Interior of a Cathedral," 20J x 27* (withdrawn). 

152 Terburg School, "An Interior, with a cavalier, a lady, and a page," 

22^ X t8 (withdrawn). 

153 Mieris School, "The Music-Lesson," i6i x 13^ (withdrawn). 

154 Italian School, "The Madonna and Child," 31 x 23 (withdrawn). 

155 Fragonard, H., "A Dancer, in rich dress, with powdered hair, in a 

garden." 12 x 9 (Obach), ;^378. 

156 Flemish School, "Head of Rubens," wearing a black hat, 18 x 1$ (Frost), 

^23 2S. 

157 Dutch School, "Two Peasants, with animals, in a landscape," 24 x 20 

(Wise), £iS i8s. 

158 Morland, G., " Horses, peasant, and dog, in a stable," 28 x 36 (Fores), 

jCj4 14s. 

The property of a lady. 

PICTURES. 

159 Bassano, "Animals going into the Ark," unframed, 47J x 73 (Parry), 

£1 los. 
lOi. Bent, Van der, " Travelling peasants and animals," 25!- x 23I (Collings), 
£^ 14s. 6d. 

161 Breughel and Rottenhanimer, "Stag-hunting," on copper, 22 x 28, 

octagonal (Parry), £6 6s. 

162 Dutch School, "A Hunting Party, near a ruin," 35 ^ 4S (Parry), 

/:i; ji;s. fid. 

163 Flemish School, "Noh me Tangere," 45 x 63 (Collings), ^5 53. 

1G4 Hondecoeter, " Poultry in a garden," 23 x 20I- (S. T. Smith), ;^i6 ss. 6d. 

165 Patel, "A Seaport, with shipping and figures," 36 x 63J (Malton), 

/:n iRs. fid. 

166 ijhayer, W., Sen., "Coast Scene, with fisherfolk, white horse and stranded 

boat," 30 X 44 (Lister), :^i8 i8s. 

167 Valentin, "Casting Lots," 58 x 77 (Mrs. Wheeler), ;^4 14s. 6d. 

168 Vermeulen, A., " Frozen River Scene," 26 x 32 (S. T. Smith), ;^io los. 



July 20, 1910. 405 



July 20, 1910. The property of a gentleman. 

Uiif ranted. 
I " Village girl gathering nuls," and " Cottage girl shelling peas," after 

Bigg, by P. W. Tonikins, a pair, in bistre (Harris), ^19 19s. 
J " The French and English Firesides," after Ansell, by P. W. Tomkins, 

a pair, in bistre (Mason), jQi^ 15s. 

3 " A \'isit to the Boarding-school," and " A \'isit to the Child at Nurse," 

after Morland, by \V. Ward, a pair, printed in colours, framed 
(\V. Sabin), ;£;'i4i 15s. 

4 " A Young Lady encouraging a low comedian," after Northcote, by 

\V. Ward, printed in colours, framed (Pollard), jQi-,2 5s. 

XMIri'i CENTURY FREXCH SCHOOL. 

5 "Jupiter and Danae," and "The Mirror of Venus," after J. B. Huet, 

by Bonnet, printed in colours (Mayer), £4 4s. 

6 "La Chasseuse aux Cgeurs," after Nattier, by Henriquez, wide margin 

(Grenfell), ;^3 13s. 6d. 

7 "La Bonne Amitie," after Schenau, by Chevillet (Maggs), £2 2S. 

8 "L'Oiseau Mort," after Greuze, by J. Flipart (Robson), ^3 3s. 

9 "Honi Soil Qui Mai y Pense," after Duvesne, by Hubert (Bihn), £2 2s. 

10 "X.a Marchande i la Toilette"; and "La Soubrette Confidente," after 

Lavreince, by VfdaT, a pair, with untrimmed margin (Bihn), ^^45 3s. 

11 "I^a Soiree du Palais Royal," after the same, hy Caquet (Robson), 

jQ<) IQS. 6d. 

12 "Le Repentir Tardif," after the same, by Le Vilain (Mayer), ^£14 14s. 

13 "La Jouissance "; and "Le Repos," after Queverdo, by Martini and 

Dambran, a pair (Robson), ^^18 18s. 

14 "Le Jour"; an3 "La Nuit," after Eisen, by Patas, a pair (Beal), 

'£2C, 4S. 

15 " La Comparison drs peti'.s pieds," after Boilly, by Caponnier (Greville), 

£-i^ '."js. 

16 "La Crois^e," by Debucourt, proof before any letters (Bird), £■] 7s. 

17 "Le Festin Royal," by J. M. Moreau, le jeune (Bird), £1, 3s. 

Framed. 

18 "Louis Joseph, Due de Vendome," after Sergent, by Ridd, printed in 

colours (Wilson), £2 2S. 

19 "Le Portrait Cheri," after Challe, by Bonnet, printed in colours 

(Jacobson), ;^8 Ss. 

20 "La Declaration," after Huet, by Le Grand, printed in colours (Mayer), 

£■; 17s. fid. 

21 "II est trop tard." by and after .\. F. Sergent. proof before the title, 

printed in colours (Jacobson), ;^35 14s. 

22 "Annette et Lubin," by Debucourt, printed in colours (Bihn), ;£j3i 10s 



4o6 ART PRICES CURRENT 

23 "Le Menuet de la Marine," by Debucourt, printed in colours (Amor), 

£2T, 2S. 

24 "La Noce de Village," after Taunay, by Descourtis, printed in colours 

(Daniell), ;£'ii iis. 

25 "Le Premier Baiser de I'Amour," after Schall, by A. Le Grand, printed 

in colours (De Swart), j^i4 14s. 

26 "La Sentinelle en d^faut," after Lavreince, by D'Arcis, printed in colours 

(Maggs), £iQ iQs. 

27 "L'Optique," after Boilly, by Cazenove, printed in colours (Daniell), 

The property of a gentleman, who is giving up his 
country residence. 

28 "Signor Annibale"; and "L'Homme h I'Ep^," original etchings by 

J. L. Meissonier, artist's proofs (Obach), /^8 8s. 

29 "Lady Waldegrave," after J. Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's 

proof (Colnaghi), ^^3 3s. 

30 & 31 "The Hon. Mrs. Norton," after Parris, by J. C. Bromley; "The 

Duke of Rutland " (full-length); "The Meet at Melton "; and "The 
Shooting Party," after Sir F. Grant (Parker), .^^i is. 
32 & 33 "Views of the Palace and Gardens at Kew," proofs, a set of six; 
and " Education de I'Amour," after Lagrenee, by Bouilliard, a set 
of four fRihn), -f.i IS. 

34 "The Four Ages of Men," after \. Bosse, by Le Blond, a set of four 

(Breun), .aC2 2.<i. 

35 "The Seasons," by and after the same, a set of four (Breun), £2 2s. 

36 "Comedy"; and "Tragedy," after Cipriani, by F. Bartolozzi, a pair; 

" Trout," after KImer, by R. Earloni ; nnd .-inotber {\A". Sabin), 
£i 15s. 6d. 

37 " .\ Villager," afi6;i- Lady D. Beauclerk, by P. W. Tomkins, open 

letter proof; and " Cleone," after .\. Kauffmann, by F. Bartolozzi 
(Parker), /^s 5s. 

38 " Cupid," and " Cephisn," after A. Kauffmann, by T. Burke, a pair, in 

bistre (Daniell), ,-£^23 2S. 

39 "Petite fruiliere .Anglaise," after Northcote, by T. Gaugain; "Rural 

Repose," after Wheatley, by Geremia; and another (Mayne), £2 us. 6(1. 

40 "Boy mending his net," after Westall, by Gaugain, printed in colours 

(De Swart), ^^"3 3s. 

41 & 42 " The .School Door," after Wheatley, by G. Keating; "The Gipsy 

Fortune-Teller," after Hamilton, by P. ^^■. Tomkins; and " Christ 
Heating the Sick," after Rembrandt, by T. Worlidge (Mayne), £1 is. 

43 " The Woman taken in Adultery," after Rubens, by R. Earlom, proot 

(Maggs), ins. fid. 

44 "A Landstorm," after G. Morland, by S. W. Reynolds; and "Fisher- 

men," after the saine, by J. Ward (Freeman), £s 'S^' 6^- 

45 " Rubbing down the Post-horse," alter the saine, by J. R. Smith, 

with title in open letters; and another (Eyles), £-i 3s. 

46 "A Portrait of Geo. Morland," by and after J. K. Smith (W. Sabin), 

£1 IS. 

47 "Two female heads and three male heads," by and after T. Frye 

(Maggs), £1 IS. 



Jiih' 20, 1910. 407 

48 A similar series (Maggs). ;^i is. 

49 "Mrs. Yates," ader Ramsay, hy V. Green; and "The Empress of 

Russia," by C. Turner (W. Sabin), ;<Cii iis. 

50 "John Wesley," after Roniney, by J. Spilsbury ; and another (Breun;, 

£1 IS. 

51 "Mrs. VVofiington." afler A. Pond, hy .1. McArdell: "Miss Crowther,"' 

after Van der Myn, by the same; and "Industry," after G. Carter, 
by 1. Tones (Maggs), -i^'i us. M. 

52 " The Coun;ess of .Southampton," after Van Uyck, by J. McArdell, 

first published state (Breun), £2 2s. 

53 "Rubens and his family," after Rubens, by J. McArdell; and " Helena 

Forman," after Van Dyck, by Sailliar, proof (De Swart), ^£2 2S. 

54 "Portrait of a Gentleman," after Rembrandt, proof before any letters; 

"Portraits of Henri Quatre"; and "The Prince of Orange," by 
0. Turner (.Agnew), :^i i.ss. 

55 " The Fruit Barrow (The Walton Family)," after H. Walton, b> 

). R. Smith (Parsons), .-£11 os. 6d. 

56 & 57 " .-Mbinia," by and after J. R. Smith; and " Mrs. .\rbuthnot," after 

i-Ioppner, by S W. Reynolds (Lauser), ;^2 2s. 
5S " Viscount Castlereagh," after .Sir T. Lawrence, by C. Turner; and 
"Viscount Melville," by and afler the same (.-Xgnew), £S iSs. 6d. 

59 "Viscount Whitworth," by and after the same; "The Right Hon. Robert 

Peel," by and after the same; and another (Daniell), ^5 15s. 6d. 

60 " .'Mexander .Vdair,'^ whole-length, after M. .\. Shee, by C. Turner, with 

title in open letters; and "Right Hon. Wm. Wyndham," after 
J. Hoppner, by W. Say (Breun), ;£'i is. 

61 "Mrs. Littleton," after Sir T. Lawrence, by C. Turner; and another 

(Lauser), ifis. 

62 "The Countess of Wilton," and "The Duchess of Sutherland," after 

Sir T. Lawrence, by G. H. Phillips, proofs (.Kilgour), ^^i 15s. 

63 "Lady Dover"; "Lady Wallscourt," and "Master Lock," by and after 

the same, proofs (Howard Jones), ^^4 4s. 

After SIR T. I.AWRIi.VCE. rv S. COUSINS. R..\. 

64 "Master Lambton " (Vicars), £2 'S^- 6d. 

65 "Master Hope," first state (Jacobson), £3 3s. 

66 "Mrs. Vv'olfl." third state; and "Marquis Wellesley " (Fowler), £2. 

67 "The Countess Blessington," second state (Jacobson), £4 4s. 

68 "Lady Lvndhurst," proof, with the date altered to Tuly 11; (Carter), 

£7 7S. 

69 "Sir Thomas Lawrence," first state (Vicars), ;^i is. 

70 "Elizabeth. Countess Grosvenor," proof (Vicars), £5 155. 6d. 

71 "The same," before the plate was reduced, proof before any letters 

(Leggatt), £42. 

72 "Nature (The Calmady Children)," proof before any letters (H. Jones), 

JL^22 IS. 

SIR I. ri-.vn'oij:)S. 

73 " Portrait of F. Bartolozzi," by R. Marcuard ; another impression, in 

bistre: and " \'onus," b\ J. CoUyer (G. Harvey), ^i ss. 

74 " Lord Grrmthani and his brothers," by T. Checsman, proof before 

any letters, in bistre (Breun), ^7 7s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT 



75 " The Snake in tlie Grass," by W. Ward (W. Sabin), ;^3 3s. 

76 " The Marlborough Family," by C. Turner tthe small plate), (Agnew), 

£^ 1,5s. fid. 

77 " Lady Charlotte Fitzwilliam," by J. McArdell, second state; and " Lady 

Caroline Russell," by the same (Vicars), £8 8s. 

78 " Bell, Countess of Sefton," by J. Watson; and " Chloe Lamenting her 

Dead Sparrow," by R. Houston (Pausey), /Ti i^s. fid. 
7q " Mrs. Sheridan as .St. Cecilia," by W. Dickinson, second state (Maggs), 

£j!i 4S. fid. 
80 " Sir Jeffrey Amherst," by J. Watson; " Moses in the Bulrushes," by 

J. Dean; and "A Boy Reading," by G. Keating (Parker), £2 2s. 
Si " Viscountess Crosbie," whole-length, by W. Dickinson (W. Sabin), 

82 " Mrs. Carnac," whole-length, by J. R. Smith (Sabin), £q6 12s. 

83 " Lady Jane Halliday," whole-length, by V. Green (W. Sabin), ;i£r8i i8s. 

84 " The Duchess of Devonshire," whole-length, by V. Green (Daniell), 

£5 as. 

85 " The Countess of Derby," whole-length, by W. Dickinson (Parker), 

86 " The Duchess of Ancaster," by J. Dixon cBreun), £1 los. 

Other properties. 

Framed. 

87 " Tourelle, Rue de la Tixeranderie," etching ' by Meryon (Colnaghi), 

£i-i 14s- 

88 "The First Love," original etching by Herbert Dicksee, artist's proof 

(withdrawn). 
8g .'\nother of the same, ditto (withdrawn). 
90 " Ophelia," after Sir J. E. Millais; " Rosalind and Celia," after the 

same, artist's proofs; and "Napoleon," a lithograph (Mrs. Fowler), iis. 
Xji " Lady Milnes," after G. Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(Mrs. Fowler), £s 15s. fid. 
.92 " Lady Monson," after Romney, by .Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(Mrs. Fowler), ^^'4 14s. fid. 
<)3 " Master Lambton," after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, proof before 

the French address (Maggs), ^£,"30 os. 
<)4 " Mademoiselle Parisot," after A. W. Devis, by J. R. Smith, printed in 

colours (Sabin), .£246 iss. 
.95 "Cries of London," after Wheatley ; "Milk below Maids," by Schiavonetti, 

printed in colours (Crossley), £8 8s. 

96 Ditto: "Primroses," by the same, printed in colours (Crossley), £g gs. 

97 Ditto: "Scarlet Strawberries," by Vendramini, printed in colours (Cross- 

ley), £9 9«- 
•98 Ditto: "Sweet China Oranges," by Schiavonetti, printed in colours 

(Sabin), ^^27 6s. 
«i(j "The Promenade in St. James's Park," after E. Dayes, by F. D. Soiron, 

printed in colours (Ellis and Smith), ;^i83 iss. 
]oo "Flora," after Singleton, by F. D. Soiron, printed in colours (Ellis and 

Smith), .^61 19s. 
701 " The Ale-house Door." and " The Turnpike Gate," after Chalon, by 

C. Turner, a pair in colours (De Swart), /^g2 8s. 
J02 "The Fisherman's Return," after F. Wheatley, by J. Barney, printed 

in colours (Parker), £^ 4s. 



July 20, 1910. 409 

103 "Lord Henry and Lady Charles Spencer," after Sir J. Reynolds, by 

J. Jones, first state (Greville), £j 7s. 

104 "Master Yorke," after C. Read; and "Miss Brusby," after Falconet, 

by V. Green, etched letter proofs (Savile), ^£."3 3s. 

105 "Marie Antoinette," by Croisey, proof; and "Ludovica Ulrica," after 

Latinville, by Gaillard (Maggs), £6 6s. 

106 "Caspar de Daillon," after D'Egmont, by Pitau; "Archbishop de Beau- 

mont," by the same; and "Dr. Johnson " (Lane), ;^i 15s. 

107 "Princess Ann"; and "Prince George of Denmark," after Kneller, by 

j. Smith (Fertjuson), £2 2S. 

108 "Margaret's Tomb"; and "Lucy of Leinster," after Bunbury, by 

Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Manley), £(> i6s. 6d. 

109 "l^ady and children relieving a cottager," .Tfler Bigg, printed in colours 

(Pollard), .^8 i8s. 6d. 
Jio & III " The Dipping Well in Hyde Park," after Dayes, by J. Godby, 
printed in colours; "The Fruits of Industry," and "Effects of 
Extravagance," after Singleton, by W. Ward, printed in colours 
(Maggs). £■; 7s. 

112 "Lady Hnmilton as a Bacchante," after Romney, by N. Hirst, arlist'i 

proof (Leggatt), £^ 14s. 6d. 

113 "The Shepherd," and "The Woodman," after Morland and Drummond, 

by W. Barnard, in colours, a pair (Mayer), ^^3 3s. 

114 "The Country Butcher," and "The Peasant's Sunday's Dinner," after 

J. Ward, by S. W. Reynolds, a pair (Parker), ^^3 3s. 

115 "The Sportsman's Return," after G. Morlnnd, by W. Ward; "The 

Fleecy Charge," and " Dogs," after the same, by G. Shepherd, a pair 
in colours (W. Sabin), £^ 6s. 

116 "Blind-man's Buff," after A. Kauffman, by Bartolozzi; "Moulines (Sterne 

and Maria)," after the same, by Delattre; and "The Snuff Box," by 
and after the same, printed in colours (Roe), ^16 i6s. 

117 "The Dance"; and "The Song," after H. Bunbury, by Bartolozzi; 

"Charlotte at the Tomb of Werter," by and after J . R. Smith; and 
"The First Interview of Werter and Charlotte," by the same, printed 
in colours (.Saville), £2() 8s. 

118 "Mrs. Sheridan as St. Cecilia," after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson, 

first state in bistre (Mrs. Fleming), £(> 16s. 6d. 
lit) " Lady Caroline Howard," after the same, by V. Green, second state 
(Rimell), £i'i 2S. 6d. 



4IO ART PRK^ES Cl'RRENT 



July 22, !9I0. The property of a gentleman. 

PICTURES. 

1 Dutch School, " Musical instruments on a table," 41A x 565- (Parsons), 

:fA 6s. 

2 English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 29 x 24J (Ford!, 

3 Fielding, " The Entrance to a Harbour," 15I x 22 (West), ;£,"g gs. 

4 Florentine School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress and cap^ 

24 X 193 (Lesser), ;£,'39 i8s. 

5 Gainsborough, " Woody road scene, wilh carts and figures," 18 x 16 

(Glen), £(, "i6s. 65. 

6 German School, "' Portrait of a Gentleman," in red dress and cap, 

245 X ig (Hughes), £,\2 12s. 

7 Holbein, " The Rent Day," 38 x 49I (Parry), £,t, 3s. 

8 Italian School, " Saint Jerome," 25 x igj (Quinto), £'i 13s. 6d. 

9 "Loutherbourgh, P. J. De, R.A., " View on the Coast," 264 x 41^ 

(Shepherd!, ^£'19 igs. 

10 MaBusc, J. De, " The Mndonna and Child," 25i x 19J- (Stone), £,^^. 8s. 

11 Nasmyth, " Mountainous River Scene," 335 x 26^ (Lewis), ;^5 5s. 

12 Reynolds, " Hope Nursing Love," 29 x 24 (Holland), £,(>'},. 

13 Ruysdael, "River Scene, with a waterfall and old sheds," 47 x 40^ 

(Gooden and Fox), ^£^267 15s. 

14 Schiavone, " A Design for a Shield," 29 x 29 (Hughes), £^ 5s. 

15 Tiepolo, "Juno," 29 x 235 (Coureau), jQ^ gs. 

16 Turner, " River Scene, with a bridge," 14I x 23I (Wise), £^1 7s. 

17 Venetian School, " Portrait of a Lady, seated, with a dog," 435 x 39^ 

(Holland), ^21. 

18 Veneti.'in School, " Portrait of a Young Girl," in rich green dress, 

40 X 25iJ- (Frostl, £.fi i6s. 6d. 

The following were the property of Mrs. W. H. Mili.ii-^. 

DRAWING. 

19 Holbein, " Head of the Artist." 14^ x ii^ (Huggins), ;£^204 15s. 

PICTURES. 

20 Berchijui School, " Landscape, v.'ith peasants and animals," 12^ x 15I 

(A. Ward), £(i 6s. 
27 Ou'lc'ndijck, A., i6g8, " Pfiis.-mts and animals, in a landscripp," 14J x iSJ 
(Gooden and Fox), ^^ig 19s. 

22 Sleene, A. Van do, " A View in Bruges," 17 x 22 fl.aniberO, £\(i i6s, 

23 Verboeckhoven, F"., 1823, " A Donkey "; and " A Landscape, with .( 

cow and a sheep," on panel (Louis), £^ 55. 

24 \\\-iit, H., " Porh-.iils of the two childrf-n of J. l',irt|Ldi:ir Frascr, Esq.," 

50 X 38i (Knoedler), £y2.^. 



July 22, 1910. 411 

Different properties. 

ORAWIN'GS. 

25 C"i]-.;i. A.. " Cfitde rj>iin;4," and "A study of foliage," unframed, 

sepia (Colnaghi), £^3 13s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

26 " Sarafi Jennings, Duchess of Mailborougfi," in blue and white dress. 

29 X 24 (Leggatt), ^18 7s. 6d. 

27 " The Marquis de Cadsant, in armour," 49 x 39 (Parsons), £6 6s. 

28 "James II. v.lion Dulce of York," oval; and "Viscountess Kingsland," 

in rich dre.^s with ermine cape (Wall), ;^ii os. 6d. 

29 Spanish School, " Portrait of a Ladj'," in rich brown dress, 20 x 25 

(withdrawn). 

30 Turner, J. M. \V., R.A. (after), " Venice," 35 x 72 (Mrs. Wheeler), ;£:8 8s. 

31 Stothard, T., R.A., " The Country Curate," ii^ x 15I (Louis), £7 7s. 

32 Constable. " Hampstead Heath," 23 x 31 J (Louis), ;£^5 ss. 

33 Morland, G., 1795. " Goats in a Landscape," 9i x 11 (Parsons), £^. 

34 Villaamil, " Scenes at a Bull-fight," forty-two in one frame (Connell), 

;^.3.i 14s. 

35 Sliayer, \\'.. Sen., " .\n Inlorior, with peas.mts plucking poultry," 

23* X i9i (Louis), ;^47 5s. 

36 Romney, G., " R. Williams, Esq., Town Councillor of Dublin," in blue 

coat and whitf- wig, 30 x 25 (..Stocks;, ^711 iis. 

37 Gainsborough School, " Portrait of an old man, leaning on n crutch," 

47 X 35 (-Massc-y), ;^24 3s. 

38 English School, " A Young Lady, in white dress, holding a mask," 

3Sl X 27I (Huggins), £5° 8s. 

39 Garbo. R. Del, " The Madonna and Child," 275 circular (withdrawn). 

40 Serani, " The Magdalen," 15I x iS (Parry). £1 iis. 6d. 

41 Ibbetson, J. C, 1781, " Landscape, with a horseman and peasants," 

145 X 205 (Shepherd), ^^17 17s. 

42 Capelle, \'.in der, " -Sea-piece, with shipping off a jetty." 13 x 16 (Louis). 

43 Kneller, " Portrait of the Duke of Marlborough," in elaborately carved 

frame, 29 x 24J (Cohen), .£'13 2s. 6d. 

44 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady, holding a wreath of flowers," 

46J- X 37^ (Clark), ^13 13s. 

45 Kneller, " Portrait of a Lady." in grey dress, 49 x 40 (Wise), £14 14s. 

46 Early English School, " Prince Frederick, in yellow dress, riding on a 

horse," 35 X 27 (Leger), £y 17s. 6d. 

47 Loo, J. B. Van. " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, 31J x a6J 

(Baldwin), £ij 17s. 

48 E.-irty English Scliool. " Portrait of Mary, Lady Jolinslon." in blue dress, 

seated, 45 x 35 (Connell), .;^33 12s. 

49 Vernet, J., 1749. " Bay Scene, with buildings, boats, and numerous 

figures," 39 x 52 (Nicholson), ^^58 i6s. 

50 Early English School, " Sir J. T. Thorpe, in sheriff's robes," 49 x 39 

tSton ■'/, ^'j; J-. 

51 English School. " Portrait of a Lady," in white and blue dress. 49 x 39 

(Hammond), £78 15s. 

52 English School, " Portrait of a Gentleman," in purple dress, 4SJ x 38I 

(Bell), iTso 83. 



412 ART PRICES CURRENT 

53 Dutch School, " Portrait of a Lady," in dark dress with white lace 

collar, 38 X 30 (West), ;^is 15s. 

54 Miranda, " Saint Bernard, with the emblems of the Crucifixion," 53 x 39 

(Ouinto), £s Ss- 

55 Hobbema, " Woody Landscape, with a hawking party," 32 J x 41^ (Louis , 

^'36 15s. 

56 Cano, Alonzo, " Music," 4SJ x 3S (Mrs. Wheelery, ^.10 10s. 

57 Caravaggio, " Card-players," 40 x 53 J (Parsons), ;^2i. 

58 ftaliun School, " The Holy Family," 20^in., circular (Baumgarten), :^^8 8s. 

59 Flemish School, "Still life on n table," 225 x 40 (Emms), ;£.'ii iis. 

■60 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in red dress, 29 x 24 

(Laurence), ^^84. 
ill Hobbema, " Woody Landscape, with a watermill, figures and horse," 

292 X 39 (Grant), .;^I36 10s. 

62 Dietricy, " Itinerant Musicians," 16J X 13 (Burlie), £4 14s. 6d. 

63 Lely, " Viscount Hewit," in brown dress, 48 x 40 (Cox), £73 los. 

64 Janssens, C., 1623, " Portrait of Mrs. Shirley Rivers," 28 x 23I (Cox), 

£'73- 
'65 Early English School, " Portrait of a youth, with a dog," 20 x 16J 

(Cox), jC27 6s. 

<i6 Dyck, Van, " .A group of five ladies," grisaille, 12 x 17 (Huggins), 

£y8 i.ss. 
67 Mierevelt, " Portrait of a Lady," in yellow dress, 28J x 23 (Hughes), 

:l^78 I.^S. 

■68 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R..^., " The Sweep and Kittens," 48J x 40 (Bale), 

jf,ll IIS. 

•69 Stothard, T., li.A., " The Rescue of Sophia Western," oval, gj x 12^ 
(Bale), ^5 5S. 

70 Rubens School, " The Tribute-Money," 36^ x 59 (Parry), £6 i6s. 6d. 

71 Poussin, " A Bacchanalian Festival," 53 x 61 (Metchovsky), j^io los. 

72 Chardin, J. S., 1774, " The Interior of a Larder," 415 x 324 (Dowdes- 

well), £3^6. 

73 Wouverman, " A Hunting Party, near a Fountain," 18 x 24 (Clark), 

:^I0 lOS. 

74 Hogarth, " A Portrait of the Artist, as an officer, in blue coat and red 

vest," 50 X 40 (Martin}, j6'6 '6s. 

75 Reynolds, " Portrait of Valentine Green, the engraver," 45 x 37J 

(Schroeder), £t4 14s. 

76 Hackaert, " Hilly Landscape, with travelling peasants and animals," 

31-J X 37 (Louis), ;£52 IDS. 

77 Early English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in yellow dress, 27^ x 34-J 

(Sabin), ;6"ii5 los. 

78 Dutch School, " Portrait of Peter Van de Faes," 2S.;- x 23i (Metchovsky,', 

£y 7s. 

79 Zucchero, " Porirait of the Countess of Essex, resting her right hand 

on the head of her son," 36^ x 29^ (Hughes), ^£,"84. 

80 Vris, G. De, " A .sculptured relief and clusters o( fruit," 64 x 46 

(withdrawn). 

81 Lely, " Portrait of a Lady," in blue dress, 46 x 39I (Metchovsky), 

£0 ujs. bd. 

82 Droogsloot, J. C, " The Sack of a Village," 22^ x 36 (Metchovsky), ^998. 
S3 Hondecoeter, M., " The Bird's Concert," 53 x 67 (Hughes), .£"115 los. 

84 Gainsborough School, " Woody Landscape, with a shepherd and sheep," 
14 X n (Wyatt), .£'23 2s. 



July 22, igio. 41J 

85 Phillips, T., R.A., " An Italian Peasant Boy," 22 x 17 (Louis), ;£'io 109. 

86 Nasmyth, " Landscape, with peasants, cow and sheep," 8^ x 12 (Edwards), 

£9'i 'OS. 

87 French School, " L'Amour "; and " L'Aveu," a pair, 48^ x 40 (Coureau), 

;£jno .ss. 
S8 Spanish School. " Porlr.-iit of a lady, holdinj^ ;i fan," 43 x 33^ (Lawson), 

i^.l.T I2S. 
8g Kessel, Van, " River Scene, with a water-mill and figures," 29J x 41^ 

(White), j^'.S^. 

90 Bol, " Head of a Cavalier," 20J x 16 (Best), j^^y 155. 

91 Molenaer, " A Man, holding a pipe," 25! x 21^ (Metchovsky), j^io los. 
q: French School, " Portrait of a French Prince, in armour," 81 x 56- 

(Grey). /:i8q. 

93 Claes, P., " Slill life on a table," iSJ: x 2sJ (Bell), ;^:2i. 

94 Constable, J., R.A., " A Farm House," 20 x 17 (Holmes), ^14 14s. 

05 Constable, J., R.A., " A Cottage by the roadside," 13J x 16^ (Louis),. 
ifV 16s. 

96 Constable, J., R.A., " A Child, in a landscape," 11 x gj (Grace), £10 io«. 

97 Constable, J., R.A., " Landscape," 4I x 8^ (Grace), jC7 7S. 

98 Flemish School, " The Descent from the Cross," 23 x 13! (Metchovsky),, 

£27 6s. 

99 Heda. \V. C, " Still life on a table," 27^ x 37! (Wells), £g:i los. 
100 Matsys, " .Salvator Mundi," 15I x 14J (Wise), ,;^47 55. 

loi Neer, A. Van der, "River Scene, with a barge," 19 x 24^ (Haynes), £^o^- 

102 Neer, A. Van der, "Coast Scene, with shipping and fishermen: Moon- 

light," 2if X 33 (Parry), ;^36 155. 

103 Romney, " Portrait of a girl holding a basket of flowers," 29} x 24. 

(Walker), ^^36 155. 

104 Tintoretto, " General Duodo, in armour," 45 x 37J (Neave), j£'io5. 

105 Turner, " The Lake of Thun," 27J x 35^ (Lacey), ;^ii lis. 

106 Velde, Van de, " .\ Naval Engagement," ii£ x 23I (Best), ;^47 5s. 



The following were the property of Monsieur Alphonse 
Simkens. 

ENGRAVING. 

107 " leaving down the Law," after Sir E. Landseer (Misell, jun.), 7s. 

DR.AWING. 

108 English School, " Portrait of a Lady," in red and white dress, pastel',. 

32 X 25 (Rogers), £6 i6s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

109 " Queen Elizabeth," 19} x 14^ (Swinton), £8 8s. 

no " Head of a Lady," with rich dress, 12J x ol (Collings), £6 6s. 

111 Bassano, " The Presentation in the Teniple," 22j x 28! (Mossel), £^8 8s. 

112 Bellini, "The Madonna and Child," 28 x ig^ (Tyson), ;^io los. 

113 Blondel, " Head of the Madonna: The Crucifixion on the reverse," 14 x 10 

(Nicholson), £12 I2S. 

114 Bloot, P. de, "Peasants before an Inn Door," 15 x 22 (Clark), £16 i6s. 

115 Bordone, " Portrait of a Lady," in rich dress, 23^ x 17^ (Lewis), ^£17 17s. 



4H ART PRICES CURREXT 

n6 Botticelli (Style of), " The Wife of Soliman," iqI x 8 (Metchovsky), ije 6s. 

117 Brekelaer, J. de, " A Fish Market," 42 x 69 (CoUings), ;^i5 4s. 6d. 

118 Cleef, Jan Van (Style of), " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress 

trimmed with fur, 18 x 135 (Louis), ;^68 5s. 

119 Clouet (Style of), " Mademoiselle Sabine," in red dress, iii x 9 (Cubitt), 

£23 2S. 

120 Cranach, " Scenes from the Old and New Testament," 32 x 23 (Wagner) 

£r- 

121 Cranach, " Anna I5oras, " in black dress, on copper, jj x 5J (Hughes), 

;£l0 IQS. 

122 David, G. (Style of), " The Annunciation," 32I x 20 (Eade), £63. 

123 Early French School, " Phillippe de Valois," in black dress and cap, 

115 x 8| (Leger), j£'i2 12s. 

124 Fyt, j.. " Dead game, in a landscape," 59 x 48 (Mossel), ;£'i7 17s. 

125 Goltzius, " Lovers," 42 x 295 (Mossel), ;^8 8s. 

126 Van Goyen School, " A Town on a River," 23 x 31 (Crome), £^ 53. 

127 Heem, De, " l-'ruit on a table," 15 x 175 (Metchovsky). ;£ri2 is. 6d. 

128 Holbein (Style of), " Calvin," in dark dress trimmed with fur, 22 x 19 

(Brown). /TiS iRs. 

129 Key, A., " Portrait of a Lady," in rich dress, with red sleeves, 21 x 16 

(I,ouis). /"ii IIS. 

130 Keyser, De, " Professor Loyens, holding a book." 2iy x 16 (Renton), 

^11 OB. fid. 

131 Largilliere, " Comte de Berlaymont," in breast-plate and green coat, 

35j x 265- (Hart), jQi6 i6s. od. 

132 Largilliere, " The Countess de Berlaymont," in green dress with red scarf, 

36 X 26j (Mace), ^^14 14s. 

133 Largilliere School. " Mdlle. de Berlaymont," in blue dress with red cloak, 

32 X 25J (Ceilings), £6 i6s. 6d. 

134 Maes, N., " Admiral Cornells Evertsen," in dark dress, wearing a sword, 

39 X 32! (Rolls). ^18 183. 

135 Mazzolino School, " The .Adoration of the Shepherds," 34 x 26 (Stone), 

;^27 6s. 
13(1 .Mierev'l;. " l^orlrail of a young lacly," with lace ruff and cap. 11 x 9 
(Louis), £i4- 14s. 

137 Mostaert School, " A Triptych with the Resurrection: Saints and donors 

on ihe wings," central panel, 36 x 33 (Quinto), ;^9 9s. 

138 Mytens, " Portrait of a Lady," in rich dress, 24J x 20 (Louis), .£44 2S. 

139 Murillo School, " The Assumption of the \'irgin," 61 x 52 (Turner), 

/r2 12s. Afi. 

140 Nattier School, " Portrait of a Lady," in white dress, with blue scarf, 

29 X 24 (Benson), ^^8 8s. 

141 Neefs, P., "The Interior of a Church," 16 x 24 (Ceilings), £16 i6s. 

142 Netschcr School, " Portrait of a Lady," in red dress, 15 x 11 J (Parry), 

;^5 i.'SS. fid. 

143 Palamedes. A., " Porlrait of a girl in red dross, seated in a garden," 

39 X 30 (Metchovsky), .£'27 6s. 
144 Patinier, " Landscape, with buildings," and " The Temptation of Christ," 

on copper, 8 x ni (Nicholson), ;^8 8s. 
14s Pourbus, " A Triptych, with the Holy Trinity in the centre, and donors 

on the wings," central panel, 35 x 28 (Wagner), £2^ 4s. 
146 Pourbus, " Professor Van .Swanen, in black dress, holding a book," 

3ii X 25 (Leger), ^14 14s. 



July 22, 1910. 413 

J47 Ravesteyn, Van, " Portrait of a Lady," in red and yellow dress, 27 x 2\\ 

(Sinipson), £g qs. 
1^8 Rornbri'.ndt School, " Head of a Man," 17J x 14 (Crome), £2^ 3s. 
149 Rosa, " Coast Scene with Wrecks," 20 x 28 (Parry), ^i us. 6d. 
J50 Ruysdaol School, " A Waterfall, with bridge and cottage," 23 x 19} 

(Louis), ^13 2S. 6d. 

151 Ruysch, R., " Flowers in a Vase," 295 x 24 (Huggins), ^^43 is. 

152 Schalcken. G., "The Martyrdom of a Saint: Torchlight," 30 x 21J 

(Holmes), £■; 7s. 

153 Dyck, Van (Style of), " Head of Snyders," with dark dress, igi x 15 

(Luuisi, ^:,S ,v!s. 

154 Dyck, Van (.Style of), " The Wife of Snyders," with large white ruff, 

igj X 15 (Louis), ;^I9 igs. 
'55 Dyck, ^'an (.Style of), " The Communion of St. Catherine," grisaille, 
14 X II (Maynard), j^3 3s. 

156 Velasquez (Style of), " Portrait of a Gentleman," in dark dress, 21 x isj 

(Dowdeswell), £^ 17s. 6d. 

157 Veronese School, " An Ambassador, received by the Doge of Venice," 

205 X 32J (Nicholson), £11 us. 

158 Verschuring, H., " Horses and figures, by a shrine," u x 33 (Parry), 

£\2 I2S. 

159 Vliet, Van dor, " Portrait of a I,.Tdy." in dark dress with' white collar, 

24J X i8§ (Mossel), £g gs. 
)6o Wolgemut. " The Magdalen and Saint Margaret, with the .Angel 01 the 
.Annunciation on the reverse," 49 x 28 (Leger), ^^23 2s. 



4i6 ART PRICES CURRENT 



July 26, 1910. (Last Sale of the Season.) The pro- 
perty of a gentleman. 

N.B. — Lo/s J